London Street Markets
London has many famous markets that are worth visiting. Find out about the pick of the bunch here, including Camden Markets and Portobello Road Market.
Brick Lane Market
Find out about Brick Lane market the trendy part of London's east end, plus other markets in the area.
Portobello Road Market
Portobello Road Market in Notting Hill is one of the most famous street markets in the world. The Saturday antiques market is the most popular but there is a street market six days a week. Portobello Road itself is a long, narrow street which stretches over two miles so allow plenty of time.
Greenwich Market is one of London's best sources for arts and crafts, unique gifts, and rare antiques and collectables.
Borough Market near London Bridge station is London's foodie market. It's a mecca for all who love quality produce, often directly from the farmers and producers.
Columbia Road Flower Market
All you need to know about Columbia Road Flower Market, plus other markets in the area.
Old Spitalfields Market
All you need to know about the trendy Old Spitalfields Market, plus other markets in the area.
Spitalfields Market Photos
Spitalfields Market is a covered market so you won't get wet when it rains, but it's not in a hall – the sides are open to the elements - so wrap up warm in the winter. These photos were taken at the Antiques Market which takes places every Thursday.
London Market Guide - Book Review
Review of The London Market Guide by Andrew Kershman.
Photo Tour of Borough Market
London's Borough market is a vast open-air space under a Victorian-style warehouse roof, just south of London Bridge. Check out this photo tour from About's Student Travel Guide.