The world is healing, and the existing situation has forced us to stay put, but that does not mean that we can not dream about all the places we will go once this is all over. While all our travel plans are on a pause, this feels like a good time to sit down and dig out some of the incredible places to visit. Let’s start with the Beautiful Camden town of London. Here is a brief list of some of the best things to do in Camden to get you started. And while you are there, coach hire in Camden is a comfortable and affordable way to get around.
Shop at The Camden Market
Camden is teeming with markets and stores. The Camden Market is one of the best markets to explore. It is an open-air market offering one of a kind shopping experience. Formerly known as The Buck Street Markets, It lies on Camden High Street. Camden Market houses Camden Lock Village, Camden Lock Market, The Stables Market and Buck Street Village. You will get all sorts of cool things here. There are hundreds of stalls selling fashion accessories, quirky clothing, jewellery, footwear and much more.
At Camden Market, you will also find some of the best street food vendors in London. Kerb is a popular street food spot and a must-visit while at Camden Market. Various food vendors with food inspired from all over the world bars selling local beers and cocktails along with great live music. The market is open from Monday to Sunday from 9.30 AM to 6 PM.
Listen to Live music
London’s live music lies at the core of Camden Town. Camden houses some of the most legendary music spots of all times. The Roundhouse, Koko, Electric Ballroom, The Blues Kitchen, The Jazz Cafe, to name a few. The Roundhouse has an impressive lineup of art installation, theatre performances, live gigs throughout the year. And if you have some time in hand, the Roundhouse also offers fascinating workshops. Catch fresh music by local artists at The Jazz Cafe – live music every night of the week.
Hit the Pubs
After a tiring day of roaming around Camden, hitting the pubs of Camden is the best way to unwind. Camden is famous for its iconic pub culture. The Good Mixer, Lock 17, The Cuban, The World’s End, The Hawley Arms, are highly recommended. There is a fabulous mix of beer gardens and rock n roll pubs. There are so many well-known pubs that visiting just one is not enough. You can book a pub crawls where they will take you to all the classic historic pubs.
Spend an afternoon on Regent’s canal
Exploring Regent’s Canal is a great way to spend an afternoon in Camden. You can take a boat ride, go walking or biking. It is like a peaceful escape from chaotic city life. You can even pack a picnic and make a day of it. There is a beautiful area along the canal known as little Venice. If you feel like being adventurous, kayak tours are also on offer. Revisit the London waterways history at the London Canal Museum at king’s cross.
Chill at Camden Beach
If you are visiting in summer, chilling at the Camden beach is an absolute must. It is a beach like no other. Camden beach is an artificial beach on the rooftop of the Roundhouse. When the heat hits Camden town, the Roundhouse unloads tons of sand on its roof and converts it into a sandy beach. There is always an exciting series of events and concerts to keep entertain visitors.