1. Portobello Road market is one of West London's treasure troves, rich and colourful, full of bargains, diverse in cuisine, clothing and entertainment. Easily accessible via London underground's (familiarly known as the TUBE) Notting Hill station on the RED LINE aka Central Line, or via Ladbroke Grove on the PINK LINE aka Hammersmith & City Line. This is a weekend market, that really comes alive on Saturday mornings and you can truly spend all day here kneading through the countless jewellry stores, antique shops, clothes boutiques, and food stalls offering European, African and Caribbean cuisines for all palates!

    Useful Info:
    Best days - Saturday, although open Thursday - Saturday
    Closest Tubes stations - Ladbroke Grove & Notting Hill Gate (Central & Hammersmith/City Line)
    Foods, art, antiques, clothing & music market!

    http://www.portobellomarket.org
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  2. Camden market is home to some of London's more eclectic tastes! A definite must-visit on the weekend in London if you would like to experience something different, see the "dark side" of fashion, gothic culture, international foods, and a great buzzing outdoor market brimming with talented artists, artisans, craftsmen, and peddlers of everything imaginable! This market peaks on a Sunday, and there are several parts to it, the main "Lock" area is teeming with stalls, however, don't miss out on the Stables, or the Old Market. To get to Camden, the easiest way is via London Underground's BLACK LINE aka Northern Line to Camden, or Mornington Crescent if it's too busy! You must remember on a Sunday, you can't enter Camden Station though, so your return journey will be via Mornington Crescent or via the buses!

    Useful Info: Best days - Weekends, although partly open all week!

    Closest Tube stations - Camden & Mornington Crescent (Northern Line)
    Market with 3 parts - Stables, Lock and Old Market

    http://www.camden-market.org
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  3. Borough Market is located in Borough, in the City of London. Sounds strange, but yes, the City of London is a just another part of London! Borough Market is the oldest market in London, and has the reputation for attracting top chefs on the prowl for quality goods. If you're a foodie and delight in quail eggs or caviar, perhaps some fine apple cider or even ostrich eggs, then this Market is the one for you! On every Saturday, but also Thursday and Fridays.
    To get to Borough Market, there are 3 London Underground Stations - Borough on the Black Line aka Northern Line, Southwark on the Grey Line aka Jubilee Line or London Bridge on either the Black or Grey Lines!

    Useful Info:
    Best days - Saturday, although open Thursday - Saturday
    Closest Tubes stations - London Bridge, Borough & Southwark (Northern & Jubilee lines)
    Exotic foods to be found!

    http://www.boroughmarket.org.uk
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A combination of inquisitiveness, creative flair and a passion to discover and share new worlds, new ideas, new flavours and sounds led me to engineer a new way to approach the quintessential "travel guide".

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