Quick Guide to London’s Most Fascinating Markets for Summer Discovery

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Fruits and vegetables on the Borough Market, London

With summer approaching, Rozi Bani-Ameri, London housing expert and owner of Easy Relocation recommends 6 top London markets for fun family days out or a spontaneous solo adventure.

London, United Kingdom (PRWEB UK) 21 May 2013

With summer approaching, Rozi Bani-Ameri, London housing expert and owner of Easy Relocation offers travelers tips on some of the best and most unique markets London has to offer.

“From lovers of fresh, creative food and drink to those interested in eclectic art, music or vintage finds, the markets of London have something for everyone,” said Rozi Bani-Ameri, London housing expert and owner of Easy Relocation.” “With summer approaching, there is no better time to take in some fresh air and do some exploring after these long winter months.”

To assist visitors to London with ideas for some of the best markets to explore, Easy Relocation (exclusive)recommends six top London markets for fun family days out or a spontaneous solo adventure.

  1. Borough Market
    Open Thursday through Saturday, Borough Market’s draw is gourmet street food, condiments, baked goods and meats. The market offers an eclectic mix of produce, from artisan bread, and greengrocers offering fresh and interesting produce, to specialist butchers and fishmongers. Borough Market is a great place to go and sample the delights that London and surrounding producers have to offer and includes cuisine from across the world.
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  3. Portobello Road Market
    Portobello is home to one of London’s most interesting street markets—especially for lovers of vintage and antiques. Portobello also boasts some of the best street food in London and visitors may try haggling for a good price to sample fresh British produce or exotic fruits from the Caribbean and beyond. Other highlights include a Bric-a-Brac Plus grocery store and several Portuguese bakeries and Moroccan cafes.
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  5. Camden Lock Market
    Open seven days a week, the vibrant and crowded, the Camden Market is one of the largest in Europe and features hundreds of stalls and small shops selling clothes, jewelry, art and ornaments, furnishings, food and more. Sunday is a preferred day to visit the market and the nearby underground station closes for the afternoon from 1:00 pm to manage the flow of tourists. Continue reading