Camden Town London

Camden Town London is the inner city district of the London Borough of Camden.  Located in the northern area of the city, Camden Town London is well known for its various street markets, music venues, and pubs.  The district is frequented by young people who are fond of alternative culture and liberal ideals.  Visitors to Camden Town will find a variety of bustling venues such as restaurants, clothing stores, and food shops.

–Camden Town London is easily accessible by several means of public transport.  Visitors can reach the town through the King’s Cross, Euston, and St. Pancras rail stations, the Camden Town, Chalk Farm and Mornington Crescent tube stations, several day and night bus routes, and by taxi.

–Camden Town London offers a variety of ethnic restaurants, including the Wok Inn on Camden High Street, the Café Cantina on Chalk Farm Road, and Caponata on Delancy Street.   Young people can visit one of the many pubs and bars, such as the Grand Union on Camden Road and The Goblin on Kentish Town Road.

–The markets in Camden Town London are primarily focused on crafts and vintage clothing.  Many of the markets are much less busy on weekdays than on weekends.  Tourists can browse through the stalls and shops of Camden Lock Market, Stables Market, and Buck Street Market.

–Camden Town London has several affordable hotel options, including the Camden Lock Hotel, where rooms start at £50 per night.  Some bed and breakfasts such as Ashlee House and Michael’s Guest House offer accommodations for as little as £13-£15 per night.

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