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A first time trip to Camden

Camden Lock in Camden Town

If you’re someone who’s after a bit of fun and excitement then Camden is also where it’s at. There you can hear grand bands for cheap prices at venues like the Dublin Castle. You can float along the Regent’s Canal by hopping along on one of the boat rides. You can also head to Primrose Hill for a scenic view of the capital. And if you’re into the clubbing scene, then Camden has range of night spots and bars at venues such as: Koko, Jazz café, and the electric ball room.

Whatever you’re looking for, you’ll discover something inherently endearing about Camden town.
London’s markets include Brick Lane Market, Backyard Market, the Boiler House Food Hall  – among many more. Be sure to at least one of these in addition to Camden market during your stay in London. While markets may not be as popular as they once used to be, we think you’ll find them to be worth the experience.

The street food joints in Camden offer delicious food and drinks that include; Vietnamese, bubble tea, burgers, Caribbean jerk chicken, freshly cooked Pad Thai, Peruvian food, and a lot more. Furthermore, you’ll also find café’s, bars and comedy venues. If you’re visiting London any time soon, then you will be doing yourself disservice by not visit Camden Lock. It represents the middle ground between a popular and distinctive destination in the capital.

If you want to be close to Camden Market, and are also looking for a luxury hotel, consider The Montcalm at brewery London city Hotel, one of the hotels in Shoreditch. The Montcalm club also has its own meeting facilities, in house restaurant, and bar. So while you can enjoy the comforts associated with staying in the central vicinity in London, you also enjoy some delightful benefits from the comfort of your home.

Found on Chalk Farm Road in North West London, the quirky area serves up guests with a youthful, vibrant atmosphere. With a profusion of shopping stores, entertainment areas, and a bustling market on the weekends – the locale has it all. Plus, you can find a range of vintage fashion, handmade jewellery, and beautiful homewares from around the globe.

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