4 Places To Visit In Camden

Regent’s Park

Regent’s Park which spans a huge area of 487 acres has a wide range of facilities and attractions which include sports areas, children’s playgrounds, many gardens, a lake and London Zoo. The best way to reach Regents Park is by tube and the closest stations located near the park are Regents Park, Baker Street and Great Portland Street.

Hampstead Heath

Hampstead Heath is another vast area of parkland which is almost double the size of Regents Park and is located in the south of the London Borough of Camden. The main attractions here are the number of ponds which people can swim in and its location in the affluent area of Hampstead. It is a leafy and green area of Central London and is picturesque in the summer time.

Camden Market

Camden Market is one of the most renowned markets in London and is visited by both residents and tourists alike. Over the years the range of goods sold here has widened with shops and stalls now selling everything from books to jewellery, and clothing to art and craft. There is also a diverse mix of people which adds to the markets vibrant atmosphere. This is a great place to spend Sunday afternoons and is a must see in the London Borough of Camden.

Covent Garden

The south west area of Covent Garden is located in the London Borough of Camden and is one of the best parts of the city. The area is teeming with shops, street performers, bars, restaurants and other entertainment facilities. The main square of Covent Garden is described as the heart beat of the area and is always full of people, performers and great energy.