Located not far from Notting Hill Gate tube station is the famous Portobello Market. Every week tourists flock to the attraction to pay tribute to Richard Curtis’ famous chick flick and check out the incredible stalls Portobello Market has to offer. Here are 27 photos capturing the famous market in action.
The vibrant market stretches a for over half a mile long and contains hundreds of bustling market stalls and shops, offering shoppers everything they could ever wish for, from fruit and fresh bread to vintage posters, antiques, vinyls and ceramics.
The buzzing market is easily accessible for visitors, located just a short walk away from Notting Hill Gate, Ladbroke Grove and Westbourne Park tube stations. Portobello’s main market days are Friday and Saturday, but smaller markets also run during the week from Monday to Thursday.
Portobello Road is a paradise for antique magpies and vintage lovers alike. With hundreds of stalls to offer, you could spend hours sifting through the old-school treasures.
The quirky stalls and shops throughout the half-mile stretch are appealing to anyone visiting the area and tourists can expect a real hustle and bustle atmosphere, common in any great market in London.
While you’re busy exploring the variety of stalls the market has to offer, keep your eyes (and ears) open for some great live music from Notting Hill street performers.
Portobello Market also boasts a variety of fresh fruit and veg stalls as well as a mouth-watering selection of street food, from all around the world. Treat yourself and indulge in your favourite cuisine while shopping the bric-a-brac style stalls.