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Camden Town - Free Walking Tour

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Camden Town - Free Walking Tour
Guru: Free Walking Tour London
Days: Sunday and Saturday
Hours: 13:00
Languages: English and Spanish
Duration: 1 hour and 30 minutes
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Camden Town is one of London's most popular tourist attractions. With its cool atmosphere, mix of fashion and art, and street markets, it is a very attractive place for tourists.
The area has grown over the years to become a thriving destination for young people and tourists alike. And it has no shortage of things to offer so if you want to make sure you don't miss out on anything, check out the different Free Tours we offer here at GuruWalk.
Camden Town is a trendy area in London that has an eclectic mix of stores, designer stores and restaurants. It is also home to Camden Market, which is one of the largest markets in London.
Camden Market is one of the largest food markets in the world, with over 1,000 stalls.
The market is located on Camden High Street and has a variety of different types of stalls to explore. Many sell second-hand clothing and accessories, from vintage stores to modern stores such as H&M and Zara. There are also some more independent clothing stores such as Red or Dead that sell handmade clothing. The market also has a variety of food stalls with everything from durian, ice cream, cheese to falafel.
Camden Market is open every day except Mondays and winter hours between 10:00 am and 6:00 pm.
But it's not all about shopping in Camden Town. You can also enjoy street food or a nice walk along Regent's Canal.
Regents Canal was built as a way to transport goods from the north to the south of London. It is now a popular destination for tourists who want to enjoy the beauty of this canal and also learn some history.
The Regent's Canal stretches approximately 18 miles from Paddington to Limehouse. This canal is not only a major tourist attraction, but also an important waterway for commercial and leisure boat traffic. The canal also offers wonderful views of Regent's Park, Camden Lock Market and Primrose Hill, along with some other attractions that are worth a visit when visiting this area.
And speaking of Primrose Hill... Did you know that the mansions in this area are home to big movie and music stars?
Although for music the Pubs and Concert Halls of Camden Town, where you can enjoy great musical evenings of known BritPop groups or discover future promises of the music scene.

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