Camden is a diverse area known for its alternative culture, many successful restaurants and markets which attract many visitors and locals. The Regent's Canal runs through Camden Town near the Camden markets. Camden is also the place to see many up-and-coming bands performing live in a number of bars and pubs.
Camden is serviced by Camden Town underground tube station which is located nearby the markets. Chalk Farm and Mornington Crescent underground stations are also close by. Kings Cross railway station is just to the south of Camden Town.
Due to the availability of water in the 17th and 18th centuries many markets and farms moved to Islington, today it is still best known for its markets and gardens. Islington is also home to many 19th century music halls, The Unions Chapel and St. Paul's Church. The Northern, Piccadilly and Victoria lines of the underground provide good transport links in and around Camden and Islington.
Consider a vacation rental in Camden or Islington to get the feel of local Londoner.
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Britannia Street and King's Cross Road
Leather Lane and Greville Street
Coppenhagen Street and Havelock Street
Goswell Road & Compton Street
Cock Lane and Snow Hill
Regent Quarter and Petonville Road
Pear Tree Court and Farringdon Lane
Warner Street and Rosebery Avenue
Ironmonger Row and Lever Street
City Road and Featherstone Street