Panorama showing the outside of Camden Town tube station. There is a busy network of roads here. Picture taken in March 2009.
Camden Town - London visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'Camden Town' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from Greater London.
Camden Town lies just north of central London. The area draws thousands of visitors to the nearby markets, which are among the top attractions in London drawing hundreds of thousands of visitors. At peak times during the weekends visitors are not permitted to use Camden Town tube to leave the area and must proceed to either Chalk Farm or Mornington Crescent.
The biggest draw in the area are the markets, focussed around Camden Lock. These markets sell a variety of all kinds of goods, art, craft and food, making for a full day out. Among them more well known are Camden Lock Market, Camden Village Market and the Stables Market. On the way towards them, visitors also pass The Camden Market which sells clothing, Inverness Street Market which used to just sell food, and various alternative clothing stores, which give this part of Camden a unique feel of global appeal.
Once full of market shopping and food, take a leisurely stroll down Regents Canal to Regents Park, the London Zoo and Primrose Hill, from the top of which are some of the best views over London. London Zoo is another top London attraction and FREE entrance to London Pass holders.
Tube: Camden (Northern line)
Bus: Camden Town - various.