Markets

Carnaby Street

This is the heart of what was the “Swinging Sixties” fashion scene. The Carnaby Street lifestyle, with hip fashion shops such as BOY, trendy pubs and nightclubs, salons and more appeal to London’s young adults.Carnaby Street, London

Website: http://www.carnaby.co.uk

Covent Garden

This historic market began as an elegant residential area designed in the Italian style. Today, Covent Garden is filled with produce vendors, antique dealers, cafes, tourist shops, musicians and other performers “busking” for tips. Just keep a close eye on your wallet.The Apple Market: Mon, 5am-4pm – Antiques; Tue to Sun, 10:30am-7pm – British arts & crafts.

The Jubilee Market: 

Mon, 5am-4pm – Antiques; Tue to Fri, 9am-7pm – Clothing, shoes & general goods; Sat & Sun, 9am-7pm – British arts & crafts.
The Piazza WC2
Website: http://www.coventgardenlife.com/

Camden Lock

New and secondhand clothes, bric-a-brac, crafts and health foods.Chalk Farm Road
Camden Lock Place, NW1
Tube stop: Camden Town
Open: Sat and Sun

Camden Passage

The place to go for antiques. Bargain hard!Camden Passage, N1
Tube stop: Angel
Open: Wed morning and Sat

Portobello Market

Secondhand clothes, antiques, bric-a-brac.Portobello Road, W11,
Tube stop: Notting Hill Gate/Ladbroke Grove
Best days to go are Fri and Sat.
Petticoat Lane 
Middlesex Street, E1,
Tube stop: Liverpool Street/Aldgate/Aldgate East)

http://www.portobelloroad.co.uk/category/discover/