Read this if you are moving to London Camden Town NW1

Camden Town NW1 has always been one of the liveliest areas in London. From the bohemian chic of the world famous Camden Town market to the upscale homes of the rich and famous in Primrose Hill. Camden Town offers something for everyone.


Camden Town is best known for its vast sprawling market that sells everything from fashion to furnishings and more. It’s a mecca for Londoners who flock to the area each weekend hoping to snap up the latest fashions at affordable prices.

Alongside the clothes, you’ll also find a truly astonishing range of antique shops housed in the old stables to the northern end of the market.

Be prepared to haggle as that’s part of the fun!

Eating and Drinking

Camden Market has an impressive range of street food stalls. You’ll find everything from Thai curries, to fresh pasta, to the ubiquitous pulled pork bbq sandwiches.

There’s even a branch of ice cream café Chin Chin Lab, who make their ice cream in front of your eyes with liquid nitrogen!

A short walk from London Camden Town NW1 is the neighbourhood of Primrose Hill.

This is an area with wide, tree-lined streets and elegant cafes and restaurants. Here you can relax with a macchiato at the charming Sweet Things café or push the boat out and dine at Bryn Williams’ fabulous Odettes.


There’s no shortage of beautiful places to take a walk in London Camden Town NW1. With both Regent’s Park and Primrose Hill right on the doorstep, dog owners, football fanatics and nature lovers will be in their element.

For a quieter, distinctly more atmospheric walk, it’s hard to beat the towpath that runs along the Grand Union Canal.

You can pick up the path next to Camden Market or from the north end of Regent’s Park. From there you can head either west towards Little Venice or east towards King’s Cross and Islington. If you’re feeling adventurous, you can walk all the way to the Thames at Limehouse.


The area has great transport links too, with plentiful buses as well as tube stations at Camden Town, Mornington Crescent and Chalk Farm. All stations connect the Northen Line to the West End in a matter of minutes; that’s if you ever want to leave!


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