London Borough of Camden, Greater London, UK

London Borough of Camden, Greater London, UK

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Find the best place to stay — London Borough of Camden

A bohemian enclave

Famously hip, the London Borough of Camden is a feast for the senses. There are cavernous markets to explore, live music venues to enjoy and a tantalizing food scene to discover. It's one of the city's most eclectic neighborhoods, so why not make it your base? From compact studios to bohemian apartments, Camden vacation rentals offer a unique chance to experience London through a local lens. You'll also be just steps from 2 major tube stations. This makes it easy to tick off London's top activities, attractions and experiences.

Get lost in cavernous Camden Market

Clad in colorful street art, Camden Market lures millions of visitors a year. It's brimming with stalls selling everything from organic clothes and steampunk leather jackets to hand-poured candles and vintage jewelry. You'll also find a smorgasbord of food vendors packed into the Lock Market. From creamy Indian curries to spicy Caribbean fare, there's something for every palate. You can devour your food at the big communal benches or snag a table by the canal. While you'll definitely want to check out the market, Camden vacation rentals give you the freedom to whip up meals in your own kitchen too.

Discover Camden's music legacy

Camden's legendary music venues – such as Koko, Electric Ballroom and The Underworld – have launched a slew of household names. Camden Town has also been home to a host of famous artists, from Dylan Thomas to Amy Winehouse. With spacious living areas, on-trend decor and your own set of keys, you'll quickly feel like a local with Camden vacation rentals. There's plenty on offer for art aficionados, from edgy exhibitions at the Cob Gallery to avantgarde photography at Proud Camden. You can also belly laugh at the Camden Comedy Club or catch a Fringe Festival show at the quirky Etcetera Theatre.

Summer sightseeing in London

Summer is high season in London, when legions of sightseers descend on the city. As well as a chance to explore Camden, summer is a fantastic time to tick off other iconic attractions such as Hyde Park, the London Eye and Tower Bridge. Winter can be cold, but London looks magical under a dusting of snow. Rainy weather is a great excuse to enjoy indoor attractions like the Natural History Museum, Westminster Abbey, the London Dungeon and Madame Tussauds wax museum.

Escape to lush Regent's Park

Sitting in northwest London, Camden Town is one of the city's most iconic neighborhoods. It's anchored by the picturesque Camden Lock, which sits on London's famous Regent's Canal. Camden vacation rentals put you just steps from a handful of tube stations, including Camden Town and Chalk Farm. Don't forget to pick up an Oyster card for hassle-free travel. Home to London Zoo, Regent's Park is a short stroll to the southwest. You can wander around the rose garden, feed ducks on the boating lake or relax under the shade of a weeping willow.