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Welcome to Camden Town, Borough of Camden, London, United Kingdom. Camden's world-class tourist attractions are renowned across the globe. Many of the most famous attractions are free to visit, for example the Camden Markets or Camden Lock. Camden is the best known for its people which makes just walking around an adventure. Colourful characters on the streets and behind the stalls, staff in the pubs, music fans and performers, they all share the spirit of Camden. Just grab a coffee and watch the world go by.

Hotels

Holiday Inn London Camden Lock

Modern rooms with 6 meeting rooms plus relaxation zones in lobby in the heart of vibrant Camden Town, right along Regent's canal.

Camden Lock Hotel

Straightforward rooms with en suite bathrooms, plus a coffee lounge and free WiFi.

Budget

Smart Camden Inn Hostel

Hostel with basic rooms and multi-bedded dorms in Victorian townhouse, plus a kitchen and free WiFi.

Camden High street outside the station

Camden is the cultural, shopping, alternative and music centre of London. You can visit the never ending Camden Markets and tour the streets of the outstanding neighbourhood of alternative life style in London.

Busy Camden High Street all year round

Camden Town has long been the hub of the UK’s rock'n'roll talent scene and so is Camden Rocks festival. Camden Rocks sees around 200 bands play in 12 venues (usually pubs and bars) dotted throughout the borough which was once a home of many famous bands.

Cheap meal treats in Camden Lock market

Make the most of your stay in the town with number of free Camden Town attractions, places and parks without spending a penny. From Camdens' exquisite parks, to world-class attractions such as the markets, historic houses, stunning art sights and free activities for kids, there are some amazing free experiences to be had in Camden Town.

London Zoo based in Camden based Regent's Park

Camden is great for kids and family visits as it has lots of family-friendly attractions, places and events. Whether you're looking for child-friendly restaurants, free attractions, or ideas for your day outdoor you'll find it there.

Alternative clothing in the market

Regardless of what subculture you identify with, you name it, Camden has it, somewhere. Goth, punk, exotic, quirky, emo or just plain, Camden Town has it all. One of the many reasons people love Camden Town is because you can get anything you could ever want to wear there.

Alternative fashion in Camden Town

London's gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender scene is one of the best in the world. All tourists are welcome and there's plenty of places to go including Camden Town. When it comes to diversity and tolerance, there really is no other place like Camden!

Camden is full of historical articles

Proud Camden, it's an incredible place in the middle of Camden market and the stables with its authentic charm. Expositions and music performances are usually on during the day.

Camden Lock at night is a great attraction

A visit to Camden Town is not complete without spending some time around the area where Regent's Canal crosses Camden High Street, runs through the very heart of Camden and becomes Camden Lock. Constructed to help canal narrowboats to deal with water levels, Camden Lock became one of London's major attractions.

Main square with the Camden Eye

If you love shopping chances are you love Camden Town. Take the Tube to Mornington Crescent (or Camden Town station - usually very busy on weekends), then head north along Camden High Street past local pubs selling craft beer or stores selling heavy boots, goth and punk clothing.

Camden Market cake stall

Find out about the best London restaurants here, or enjoy a drink at one of London's lively pubs and bars. La Patagonia the home of rustic Argentine cuisine in London. Andy's has gained a reputation for its friendly relaxed atmosphere, good food, good wine and good company.

Camden High Street shopping

Camden High Street is in the midst of all the markets providing a highway for a numerous groups of visitors wandering around. It's where it all starts. Get off the tube at Mornington Crescent station and head north passing by Camden Town station to Chalk Farm road ending up at Chalk Farm Station.

London Zoo in Camden

Regent's Park, the 166 hectares (410 acres) park is mainly open parkland which enjoys a wide range of facilities and amenities including gardens, a lake with a heronry, waterfowl and a boating area, sports pitches, and children's playgrounds. The northern side of the park is the home of London Zoo.

Jazz Cafe Camden Town

Looking for nightclubs in Camden? Take a look at our guide to Camden clubs and live venues. Browse for club ideas, regular club nights and one-off events. You can also use the search for our comprehensive club listings.

Camden Lock side markets and pubs

Whether you're a rocker, kid, metalhead, or tourist, you'll find something to delight you in this colorful part of Central London. From live music venues to the best shopping markets, here's Camden's top 10.

Blues Kintchen in Camden Town

Great beer brewed in Camden Town. Award-winning beer from BrewDog. They claim to brew hardcore beers for punks. The Camden Head is one of the oldest pubs in Camden having been established in 1787. It is also a music venue and hosts comedy events.

Camden Town is a transport hub and getting around is more than easy. If you find it too much hustle to go straight to Camden you can also use King's Cross St. Pancras station, another massive transport hub walking distance from Camden Town.

Coming to Camden Town

Coming by tube

Camden Town tube station is a major junction on the Northern line and one of the busiest stations on the London Underground network. Therefore Camden Town is directly accessible without a need to transfer from the following stations.

Camden Lock market centre

Camden High Street is in the midst of all the markets providing a highway for a numerous groups of visitors wandering around. It's where it all starts. Get off the tube at Mornington Crescent station and head north passing by Camden Town station to Chalk Farm road ending up at Chalk Farm Station.

Goth and punk footwear in Camden Market

Regardless of what subculture you identify with, you name it, Camden has it, somewhere. Goth, punk, exotic, quirky, emo or just plain, Camden Town has it all. One of the many reasons people love Camden Town is because you can get anything you could ever want to wear there.