Everything Else in Sightseeing in London

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Our favourtie place is Broadway Market- a shopping street nestled in the heart of Hackney, East London. Established on an old drovers root into the city, Broadway Market has been home to market tr... read more

One of the coolest streets in East London best on a Saturday ( quieter the rest of the week) as the street market starts early in the morning lasting all day it is a magnet for the hippest people i... read more

For east London’s fashionably attired food-lovers, there's no better Saturday destination than Broadway Market. Quaint cafés, pubs and indie music shops line the street, but the real star here is t... read more

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Portobello Road has been a market since the 1800s but became particularly famous for its antiques in the 1950s. Now there are numerous stalls offering everything from fruit and bread to posters, c... read more

Famous and buzzy street market on Fridays and Saturdays. All the tourists start at Notting Hill so try to start at the other end (Ladbroke Grove/ Goldborne Road). There are good vintage clothes st... read more

, Portobello Road and the famous market is a must see if you stay at our property. The market is open every day except Sunday but thbest day to visit is definitely a Saturday when the most street s... read more

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Greenwich Park boasts the honour of being the oldest enclosed Royal Park. Formerly a hunting ground for Henry VIII, the park still maintains a 13-acre grassland enclosure, which provides an urban s... read more

Greenwich Park, home of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT), the Royal Observatory, National Maritime Museum, the Cutty Sark, Greenwich Park and Market, the Foot Tunnel and O2 Centre. I highly recommend taki... read more

Lovely park with panoramic views across London. Home of Greenwich Maritime Museum and The Royal Observatory. Boating Lake and children's play park. Annoyingly inaccessible by public transport co... read more

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The heart of London shopping, bustling Oxford Street has more than 300 shops, designer outlets and landmark stores: here you can find some of the best shopping in London. Home to the legendary Self... read more

Oxford Street is Europe's busiest shopping street, Oxford Street is home to a number of major department stores and numerous flagship stores, as well as hundreds of smaller shops. (5 min walk fr aptmt

Oxford Street is a major road in the City of Westminster in the West End of London. It is Europe's busiest shopping street, with around half a million daily visitors, and as of 2012 had approximate... read more

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Shoreditch is THE place to go for London's alternative hipster scene. Many bars, restaurants and small boutique shops to explore. Close to Columbia Road and Brick Lane. Bus 78 from Old Kent Road.

This is my preferred place to go out for the night...drink, eat and club...lots of options. Best bit is it's only one stop away on the Northbound Overground from Whitechapel and if you are out late... read more

Trendy area for bars & night clubs and live music venues including the Hoxton, Village Underground, Barrio Shoreditch.

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The King's Road stretches almost two miles from outside Avalon Road in Fulham all the way down to Sloane Square at the eastern edge of Chelsea. Initially built as a private road for King Charles I... read more

King's Road or Kings Road (or sometimes The King's Road, especially when it was the King's private road until 1830), is a major street stretching through Chelsea and Fulham both in west London. It ... read more

The curved facade of Peter Jones department store marks the start of the King's Road at Sloane Square. Nearby, on the opposite side of the road is the Duke of York pedestrian precinct and the Saat... read more

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Walk from Highbury station to The Angel station along Upper Street. It's an incredible place with some of the coolest cafes, bars, restaurants, independent retail shops. It has its own theater and ... read more

Main shopping street in Islington. It contains many fashionable shops, pubs, restaurants and theatres, including the now closed Granita restaurant where Tony Blair and Gordon Brown were said to hav... read more

There are a lot of boutique shops along upper street. Either start walking down for Highbury & Islington tube station or walk up from Angel Tube Station. Also check out nearby Camden Passage!

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Feels like walking through Dickensian London. Nestled behind the always-humming Upper Street you’ll find Camden Passage, a vintage treasure trove crammed with wheeled wooden stalls, cafes, independ... read more

On Saturday mornings you'll find a wonderful antique market in Camden Passage. The passage itself is beautiful - lined with clothes and homeware boutiques, antique shops, vintage clothes shops, per... read more

Hunt out some bargains or score yourself a prize antique at one of London’s best antique and vintage shops and markets. Camden Passage offers a unique range of antique furniture, retro clothing and... read more

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Piccadilly Circus is a road junction and public space of London's West End in the City of Westminster, built in 1819 to connect Regent Street with the major shopping street of Piccadilly

Two of London's best-known tourist spots, these famous squares lie not far apart and mark the gateways to Soho, London's lively theater and entertainment district. Trafalgar Square was built to com... read more

Piccadilly Circus is a road junction and public space of London's West End in the City of Westminster, built in 1819 to connect Regent Street with Piccadilly. In this context, a circus, from the La... read more

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Very arty area.Pop into the local Whole Foods for your organic treats! Church Street is never dull, always great for cool bars, pubs and restaurants. Cool vintage clothes and furniture shops as well.

Awesome street for coffee and food (my favourite is the parlour). Fantastic vintage and quirky homewear goods stores. Lots of cool old vintage furniture stores and regular shops too.

As TimeOut describes, "there are few places in London that offer the zest, charm and charisma of Stoke Newington. Church Street is the area's lively epicentre, with packed-out bars and pubs never t... read more

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Cool street market, offering food and vintage goods.... Chatsworth Road market runs every Sunday from 11am to 4pm

Chatsworth Road Sunday market is a small treasure, make sure you try the food in the sunday stalls there, or any of the cafes there - (you have to try the crepes from The Creperie du Monde!)

The market is established as a regular Sunday market used by local people and is continuing to grow, providing a place to shop, meet friends or entertain the kids. The long-term plan is to grow the... read more

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One of the best loved features in the Gardens is the bronze statue of Peter Pan. This charming piece features Peter Pan standing on a pedestal covered with climbing squirrels, rabbits and mice. The... read more

Very nice park. Check out Kensington Palace where Princess Diana used to live and now is the home of prince William and Kate. 20min walk from apt.

Home to Queen Victoria in the past, and currently the young Royals, Kensington Palace and the gardens has a fascinating history, and great views over the park. Also, they sometimes have play groups... read more

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Casual dining, brings together high fashion (you can shop) and 'modern' menu, brunch included. So you can peruse clothes, while you wait for your food. Walking distance to Portabello road and other... read more

Casual concept store bringing together high fashion and a modern menu specialising in brunch.

Lovely restaurant inside Nicole Farhi's boutique. Celeb hangout. I have seen many A-listers hanging out there. Go for warm fig, goats cheese and rocket salad or healthy breakfast. Downstairs - amaz... read more

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The formerly shabby Redchurch Street has sharpened up its act and is attracting hipster hordes with its stylish boutiques, independent stores and a smattering of vintage shops.

Don't overlooked this street while wandering around Brick Lane. There are lots of independent shops selling clothes, homewares and jewellery. Great for finding that special gift.

Very interesting street full of good stores, from chocolate, clothes, cafes in the surroundings of amazing graffiti walls and the vibe of Shoreditch

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Just a short walk from London Bridge tube station, Bermondsey street is a secret spot for foodies in town and unknown to most tourists. Just wander down the street and eat luunch or dinner in one o... read more

Historic and trendy Bermondsey Street is just around the corner, full of fun shops, great restaurants, coffee bars and art galleries.

Once hosted all of London's leather tanneries but now a trendy locale for dinner and drinks. Try The Garrison restaurant and Sandra Rhodes Fashion Museum.

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A fashionable shopping street since the 18th century and is the home of many fashion shops that sell expensive items. One of the most expensive strips of real estate in the world and retail outlets.

London's famous Bond Street is revered throughout the world for its wealth of elegant stores, exclusive brands, designer fashion, luxury goods, fine jewels, ... ( even that the prices might not be... read more

Up to a new pair of Tods, the latest handbag from Celine, a coat from Burberry or just... a cappuccino to watch the shopping fun?

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On Fridays and Saturdays this street becomes a treasure trove for antique hunters and bric a brac lovers - it's one of the most interesting streets in the area, and is slightly off the main tourist... read more

Golborne Rd is the new Portobello! Full of quirky shops and boutiques, cafes, and a vibrant market with mainly antiques on Fridays and Sundays. Beat the tourist craze of Portobello and visit this ... read more

Along this street and the north end of Portobello on Fridays and Saturdays runs small bric a brac market and shops second-hand and vintage wares, architectural antiques, niche designer and vintage ... read more

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Marylebone Summer Fayre Weekend 17-18 June 2017 For the 3rd year running the Howard de Walden Estate is collaborating with The Nomad Cinema and local Estate tenant and supporter, Working Title, to... read more

Marylebone High Street is a shopping street in London, running sub-parallel to Baker Street and terminating at its northern end at the junction with the Marylebone Road. Lots of boutique cafes, res... read more

Marylebone High Street has great clothes shops, a Waitrose food store, fantastic restaurants and bars, pubs, furniture stores, a brilliant book shop (Daunts). Basically everything you could want!

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Lovely street in Clapham (head to Clapham Junction from West Brompton) with markets (antiques, food and food), shops and coffee houses. Just off Wandsworth Common if you fancy more strolling.

Great shopping and food, market days on Friday and Saturday flowers, crafts and vintage clothes, antiques, specialist cheese, puds and artisan bread stalls and shops.

A street market is held along Northcote Road on most days with all of the stalls open and operating on a Saturday and Sunday. Stalls include everything from art and crafts to flowers and food, supp... read more

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Regent Street is one of the major shopping streets in the West End of London, well known to tourists and locals alike and famous for its Christmas illuminations.

Decided to walk from our hotel to aladdin show and went along oxford street regent street to picadilly. The shops are amazing although i suggest saving before going with a teenager:) Starting at P... read more

An impressively elegant shopping street, Regent Street offers a good range of mid-priced fashion stores alongside some of the city's oldest and most famous shops, including Hamleys, Liberty and The... read more

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Balans offers a varied modern brasserie style menu and an extensive wine menu and a cocktail bar serving a wide range of delicious drinks, including martinis, mojitos and frozen daiquiris.

High Street Kensington is a 15-minute walk, and is home to some of London’s flagships stores including Wholefoods, Zara, Urban Outfitters American Apparel, H&M, and of course the quintessential M&S.

As Kensington High Street is one of the most popular shopping streets in London you can shop till you drop in the typically upmarket high street stores. A shopping trip here wouldn’t be complete wi... read more

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A throng of shops, bars and restaurants, including a ginormous Whole Foods. A landmark in itself!

A short walk from the flat or the 28 bus from North End Road. A shopping hub with many stylish restaurants and bars on offer. It can be can be less crowded here than in the West End.

A close London underground station only 10 mins walk. On the district and circle lines. One stop from nottinghill or earls court

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Clapham High Street has lots of restaurants, pubs and bars. Great night life! It also has a cinema and is close to Clapham Common which is a local park.

A huge selection of bars and restaurants populates Clapham High Street every night. You can reach the high street by short bus ride or even walk there.

Clapham Common Tube Clapham North Tube 137 Bus 417 Bus Buses to Clapham Junction Big Sainsburys & lots of shops

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Shad Thames is a historic riverside street next to Tower Bridge in Bermondsey, London, England, and is also an informal name for the surrounding area.

Enjoy a lovely walk with Tower Bridge next to the iconic Tower Bridge. It makes for a pleasant evening stroll and there are plenty of restaurants and cafes to admire to the view from.

The name is a corruption of ‘St John at Thames’, a reference to the Knights of St John, the former landowners. The parish church of Horselydown was dedicated to St John when it was built in 1728. H... read more

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On a Saturday you get some wonderful fresh produce between 10am and 2pm. Great fish, chesse, veg and Galileo Farms fo your meat (just perfect if you want to cook for yourself)

Bermondsey Antiques Market has a wide range of antiques. Traders sell everything from cutlery to furniture and china to jewellery. A treat to explore, the antiques market is popular with antique tr... read more

Shop at Bermondsey Farmers’ Market every Saturday for tasty, fresh, local farmers produce; locally made food and groceries. Set in Bermondsey Square, Bermondsey Farmers Market brims with quality f... read more

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Beautiful park w organic cafe by boating lake & on other side, Indian orientated cafe. Bars, restaurants, cafes, pubs w music & bespoke shops and businesses. Good for gift shopping

There are often festivals there. It is great to walk along the canal and end up in a huge park which includes secret areas for picnics, Flower garden, deers, a well known pub, and a cafe by the lake

Amazing park, with lakes and ponds all over. Perfect for a long run 10-15km or just chill and hang out. Also great pubs right in the park too (my favourite is the Royal Inn On The Park, great food ... read more

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Find your fashion time! Shops and restaurants and what are the latest openings, you will find this season's tips and trends in fashion and food in Carnaby Street. Window shopping is MUST!

You can shop, eat, drink and enjoy the area near Kingsley Court. Make sure you step in Crumbles and Dollies for some of the best cupcakes and desserts of your life.

This street was the epicentre of the Swinging Sixties. Now smartened up after years of decline it is home to big brands rather than the quirky and original clothes shops that were there back in the... read more

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This little street has a couple of great vintage shops & a little food market most lunchtimes and Saturdays plus a jumping Cuban restaurant and the very groovy Scooter bar - a wee gem of a street!

Really unusual collection of shops and cafes. Take your own food Scooter cafe does great coffee in the day and beer at night. Lots of independent vintage shops, cafes and coffee shops.

Several good little cafes including Cubana the Scooter cafe Four Winds and a few quirky retro shops like Radio Days

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Best galleries in east london. Every first thursday, galleries are opened until midnight and the street is packed with people drinking and showing off.

Situated in the heart of London's contemporary art district, Vyner Street has loads of galleries open for free every first Thursday of the month.

On the first Thursday of every month all the independent galleries in London hold special events and openings. Vyner Street is always particularly busy

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This is Camden Lock Market .. on the canal ... the prettiest and most interesting part of the Camden Markets .. great for street food, music and shopping.

The world famous flea and street market, including the Stables, the canal and an infinite variety of street food, bars, stores etc. Only 20mins walking distance!

Know those canal boats that use locks to help them upstream and downstream? By walking through Regent's Canal path from right outside our home, you will get to the Canal Lock Place in Camden Town w... read more