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This little neighborhood is an up and coming area in London. It is not as not as some of the more posh areas like Kensington but they are making a name for themselves. They have funky shops and the cool Camden Market right by the...More
Every time I visit London, Camden is a must. From the High St to the many markets, there is literally something for everyone here.
The street food as you enter the main market complex (just left of the Camden Lock bridge) is around the world...More
While not everybody’s cup of tea and definitely more suited to the younger generation, Camden is a must visit area if you’re new to London or just haven’t been.
It’s edgy, lively, interesting and a little reminiscent of parts of New York to me (an...More
We took advantage of the opportunity to visit Camden whilst on our visit to London.
This place was a hive of activity and excitement, we walked through the markets, shops, cafes, and then decided to take a cruise on the canals, what a lovely experience...More
There is a electric vibe about Camden , from the iconic shops to the street food stalls from around the world there is something for all tastes , something for everyone.
From the multi-cultural people , sounds , smells , accents Camden town as got...More
Just have a look into and at the area as you wander the street of this area if London and you will see the culture that has been building here for many decades
It changed from day to night as people come out to go...More
Camden Town, Camden High Street & Camden Market have been synonymous with cutting edge fashion & music vibe for many years.
Although much of it is now touristy it still does somehow manage to retain its edgy vibe from the late seventies punk scene.
This is a bustling hipster-filled place that is vibrant and a bit seedy. It’s amazing with its shops, it’s bustling market and it’s entire vibe. Amy Winehouse died here and there is a statue of her in the Camden Market. It’s a very hip, rock-and-roll...More
Famous for its sprawling cluster of markets and shops as well as for an embrace of all things counter culture, Camden offers a concentrated version of London street life. From bargain shopping and people watching to rubbing elbows in its abundance of pubs and bars, Camden is the place to be for many a Londoner. It is also home to some of the hottest live music venues in Europe. As packed as Camden High
Street and its tributaries can get during the weekends, this neighbourhood is right next to some of the city's most beloved outdoor spaces, namely Regent's Park and Primrose Hill.