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London is, without a doubt, the perfect destination for shopping. But, it is in its many markets, scattered almost everywhere, which pulsates its commercial soul.

Spiralfields, Portobello, Camden, or Borough, are ideal for those who want to be on the safe side. Famous and popular, they host an incredible number of stalls.
Broadway Market is, instead, an extraordinary market, which has little or nothing to envy the more famous "relatives".

Located in East London, in the heart of Hackney, this extraordinary market offers an authentic melting pot of tastes and cultures.
At Broadway Market, there are plenty of stalls selling fresh and genuine products, authentic street food, and tasty cheeses. You will also find clothing stands, with often original and extravagant items, and London art and craft objects.

In the area there are also independent shops, pubs, restaurants and cafes, ideal for a simple break.
In our opinion, Broadway Market is one of the best markets in the capital. Absolutely to try.

Broadway Market London

Photo ©, Jun Seita



Broadway Market is located on a small East End road, between Regent's Canal and London Fields. It is easily accessible by public transport. London Fields train station is less than a 10 minute walk from 10, crossing the park of the same name. On the opposite side, there is the Cambridge Heath station.
Alternatively, you can use the 394 bus and get off at Ada Street (stop X), which is also accessible to disabled people.


Broadway Market is open only on Saturday, from 09: 00 to 17: 00.


Broadway is an excellent food market and, as such, you will find many products to suit all tastes and palates.
Do not miss a walk to the beautiful park of London Fields, a must for those who want to use the metro. Ideal for relaxing, for a walk, a family picnic, or to find shelter from the heat.

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