Camden Town market is one of the most famous market in London and tourists visit it at least once during their stay in London. This area is funky and vibrant, one thing excites me every time when I visit Camden is to see those dressed in goth or punk or anything unusual and different. It is spread over a large area and is formed of informal and formal shops, which sell anything and everything from the whole world. Actually the name Camden market is given jointly to six sections in Hampseted Road Lock in Camden Town. Each section or market focuses on one particular item. The Stables and Camden Market Lock are famous for their small stalls, and informal atmosphere. The Camden market is made famous by the writers like George Orwell, Mary Shelley and Charles Dickens. Though it has changed but at some places it still maintains its nineteenth century atmosphere, particularly in a pub called ‘the World’s End’ which now stands on a public house known as the ‘Mother’s Red Cap. Continue Reading
Somewhere by the River Thames, is a major settlement that had been around for about two millennia and was originally called Londinium. This is the capital city of England and the United Kingdom, known as the City of London. From its rich history, it retains its square-mile medieval boundaries that attract more people to visit. And then, of course, there is its reputation as a shopping paradise.