Best Shops / Markets in North London
Northern London is the home of numerous touristic attractions, including the renowned Madame Tussauds. And because, besides visiting, the tourists are interested in shopping for gifts and souvenirs for the loved ones back home, we made a list of the best shops and markets that you can find in the North part of London (N postcode area). In all of these places you will find all sorts of things that you can keep as a reminder for your fabulous stay in London. Also, you can offer your friends who remained back home a small part of the delights that you have seen or tasted in the UK’s capital.
Camden Market, NW1
Camden Market refers to a series of markets located in the north part of Camden Town area. Therefore, if you are checked in nearby, this place is the perfect location for shopping. The choices are diverse and the prices are reasonable. You can find there, from crafts and clothes to neon sunglasses and small souvenirs with a Japanese influence, due to the pop culture influence found in Camden Lock Village.
Also, the market is known for its food corners. Many farmers bring there the locally grown vegetables and fruits so you can make yourself a natural and healthy meal anytime.
Steve Hatt’s fish shop, N1
Steve Hatt’s fish shop in N1 is an historical one. For the locals and not only, the store is so well known, that Mr. Hatt has become a legend as the owner of the best and the oldest fishmonger in London. He proudly says that the business is in his family by generations and that he never needed big advertising campaigns, because he always has his loyal customers and the reputation of his shop travels from the word of the mouth.
Deborah Woolf Vintage, NW8
Deborah Woolf Vintage is a shop in the Stables Market, one of the largest and crowded markets in North London. Deborah Woolf will be definitely considered a heaven for vintage lovers and antiques collectors. You will find there a fantastic collection of clothes and jewelry from the ‘50s, ‘60s and the ‘70s, which includes some items signed by top designers. That’s why the prices can start from £50 and can get up to £250 – £300. In case you are more interested in traditional, vintage pieces, please note that in the store you can find folk costumes, from all over Europe, especially from the East Part. Also, men are not neglected. Even though the store focuses on women’s items, in Deborah Woolf’s shop you can find also vintage ties and cufflinks.
Lamoda Souvenirs, NW1
Lamoda Souvenirs is one of the biggest and the most popular gift shops in North London. It is located in Marylebone, Baker Street Station so its location makes it a good choice for tourists. For the same reason, it is highly supplied with souvenirs for all tastes, besides the lovely classical trinkets and magnets with the double decker or the red telephone box, items that everyone who has been in London should have.
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