Best Shops / Markets in East London
Looking for a great shopping place in East London? It means that you stumbled upon the right article. You can read below about some of the most interesting trend shops and markets in the Eastern part of the United Kingdom’s capital city. Take a pick and go on a shopping spree! Moreover, the East London Markets are known for their complex merchandise and the infinite possibilities of entertainment, so a day full of wonderful surprises lays ahead on your adventurous lookout for quality items.
Petticoat Lane (E1, Middlesex Street and Wentworth Street, London) can be proud of its 100 years of live activity. This helped it become an attraction for every visitor that comes to London, eager to find informal items, like accessories for their home, varied fabrics and rugs, etc. It is the perfect spot for amateur decorators or professional designers.
Roman Road (E3, Roman Road, London) is known for its extremely low prices. If you are on the lookout for some cheap clothing items, food and even hardware, this is the right place. You will also be thrilled about the ‘Super Saturday’, a weekly special day marked by street artists. There is also a farmers market that is organized once a month.
Brick Lane (E1 6PU, Brick Lane and Cheshire Street, London) has its peak hours on Sunday morning, when tourists and locals come here to buy second hand furniture and clothes, Asian food and many other interesting items. You can even take a break from all the shopping and eat a delicious bagel or have a fresh beer. There is also a food market where you can try traditional dishes from all around the world.
Walthamstow Market (E17, Walthamstow High Street & Town Square) is the longest European street market. It is open five days each week and offers the possibility of purchasing all kind of merchandise, like food, clothing items and furniture. There is also a French market and a farmers market once a week.
Westfield Stratford City (E20 1EJ, 2 Stratford Place, Stratford) is the luxurious type of market, with an investment of over £1.45 billion. The place also comprises quality residential apartments, bars, restaurants and hotels. But most of all, it is known for the large number of shops: more than 300 famous brands.
The recommendations above are just some of the many interesting shopping places that you can find in East London. As you can see, they are also the result of a complex business plan, as you can eat, drink, enjoy a movie and even spend the night in a 5 stars hotel, between your shopping sessions.
Other examples are: Columbia Road Flower Market (E2, Columbia Road, London) with its colored atmosphere and decorative plants, Broadway Market (E8, in the northern part of Regents Canal and southern part of South of London Fields, East of Kingsland Road and West of Mare Street, London) with its bio products (organic meat, coffee, fresh fish, handmade cheese butter, etc.) and Boxpark (E1 6GY, 2-4 Bethnal Green Road, London) with its constantly fresh shop additions.
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