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At the beginning of the 20th century Ridley Road was a centre of the Jewish community. Since that time, Asians, Greeks, Turks and West Indians have also settled in the area and today Ridley Road market is a vibrant celebration of this cultural mix. Highlights of this excellent market include a 24-hour bagel bakery, cheap fruit and vegetables, the sound of reggae music, exotic produce, colourful fabric stalls, and a Turkish supermarket.

Ridley Road market is a vibrant celebration of this cultural mix with a bagel bakery, cheap fruit, vegetables and colourful fabric stalls.

Shepherd Market is a charming small square and piazza with a variety of boutique shops, restaurants and impressive Victorian pubs. This unique little enclave is tucked away between Picadilly and Curzon Street, in the heart of London’s Mayfair. A hidden gem known for its wonderful relaxed village-like atmosphere.

Shepherd Market is a charming small square and piazza with a variety of boutique shops, restaurants and impressive Victorian pubs.

Columbia Road Flower Market in London’s East End is one of the most unique and enjoyable shopping experiences in the city. It is a flower market with an international reputation for the quality and range of flowers and plants on offer.

Columbia Road Flower Market in London’s East End is one of the most unique and enjoyable shopping experiences in the city. It is a flower market with an international reputation for the quality and range of flowers and plants on offer.

If you love food, Borough Market might just become your favourite place in London. A trip there means rubbing shoulders with chefs, restaurateurs, fellow foodies, and passionate traders. You will find local produce, British produce, and food from around the world. All of it is of exceptional quality.

If you love food, Borough Market might just become your favourite place in London. A trip there means rubbing shoulders with fellow foodies, and traders.

The Venn Street Market is open and available every Saturday. The market is known for the great collection of small independent artisan producers and high quality fruit and vegetable market traders.

The Venn Street Market is open and available every Saturday. The market is known for the great collection of small independent artisan producers and high quality fruit and vegetable market traders.

The Dover street market in London is an internationally located multilevel fashion retail and concept store. Their latest designs are being displayed in a very artistic way and will be definitely worth visiting.

The Dover street market in London is an internationally located multilevel fashion retail and concept store. Their latest designs are being displayed in a very artistic way and will be definitely worth visiting.

Decorators and interior designers have for years used Alfies Antique Market in London as a secret weapon – a place where they could go to discover unique and unusual items of furniture to wow their clients and build their reputation. Here’s the best bit about this market, though—it’s open to everyone.

Clichés like "treasure trove" and "bohemian chic" are often overused, but in the case of Alfies Antique Market they are accurate descriptions.

The Southbank Centre Market is a foodie’s delight. It is the place to buy delicious and fresh produce to bring home, sample the culinary delights as you pass through, or sit down to have a proper meal. Even the cooking and food smells are wonderful as you move through the relaxed crowds of fellow food lovers, trying like you to decide which enthusiastic food producer or trader to visit next.  The Southbank Centre Market is how all street markets should be.

Southbank Centre Market is a foodie’s delight. It is the place to buy delicious and fresh produce to bring home and sample the culinary delights.

East Street market is one of the largest, busiest and oldest street market of London. The market is very popular among the local people who visit the market to buy their daily needs.

East Street market is one of the largest, busiest and oldest street market of London. The market is very popular among the local people who visit the market to buy their daily needs.

The Berwick Market in London exists since the late 1770s, but it took 122 years before they are officially recognised as a market in 1892.

The Berwick Market in London exists since the late but it took 122 years before they are officially recognised as a market in

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The city has countless street markets. London is practically a paradise for shoppers looking for bargains or simply want to stroll along all sorts of stalls,

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