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Those on the hunt for a true bargain need look no further than our hit list of the best flea markets in London when working out their shopping route.
Arguably one of London’s most highly-regarded flea markets, the stalls and stores at Islington’s Camden Passage are packed to the rafters with vintage trinkets, bric-a-brac and jewellery, and there’s one particular crockery store that’s worth a visit – even if just to marvel at the way in which its owner has managed to stack each piece without causing an avalanche. The market is officially open on Wednesdays and Saturdays but most stalls are open daily.
Loved by locals and tourists alike, Old Spitalfields Market is the kind of place you could get lost in for hours absorbing the atmosphere, the Victorian architecture and indulging in a spot of street food whilst you browse. Home to new and second-hand stall holders, there’s a real mix of product on offer, but head for the jewellery stands in particular to find one-of-a-kind creations.