Guide to London Markets

Whether you love fashion, jewellery, antiques, food or arts and crafts, there are plenty London markets worth a visit when you’re in the city.

Borough Market

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Feast on gourmet food at over 100 stands at Borough Market. Just a short walk from Apex London Wall Hotel or Apex City of London Hotel, you’ll be close to London’s oldest food market. Visit Monday – Saturday to sample some local and international produce.

Columbia Flower Market

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Every Sunday the street is transformed into an oasis to impress visitors. At Columbia Flower Market you’ll follow the scents and the chants of the local traders who grow their own plants. Spoil your partner with some flowers and a romantic meal at Off the Wall Restaurant afterwards. The perfect Sunday.

Camden Market

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From creative stalls showcasing stunning jewellery and accessories, to street food traders and freshly made drinks, take a trip around the world with the global inspirations available at Camden Market & Camden Lock.

Old Spitalfields Market

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A shopping destination in its own right, Old Spitalfields Market is open seven days a week. A five-minute walk from Apex London Wall Hotel or Liverpool Street Station, visit on a Thursday for a breath-taking array of collectable vintage and antique gems.

Brick Lane Market


Spend the day shopping for vintage clothing, antiques, accessories, arts and crafts at Brick Lane, near Apex City of London Hotel. Spoil yourself or find some souvenirs for family and friends.