When I visited East London last November, one of the recommendations that popped up time after time were the London markets located in the East End. I went to several of them over the weekend (some are exclusively either on Saturdays or Sundays), and far and away, the prettiest market in London that I visited was the Columbia Road Flower Market.
Each and every Saturday, Columbia Road fills up with flower vendors. Walking down the street, you feel as if you’re in a chaotic garden crowded with overgrown plants and people. Vendors auction off their flowers and plants so there is a cacophony of noises and crazy sounds. It’s very tight walking down Columbia Road, but you can poke in and out to take in the sights and sounds. The side streets near the market also fill up with vendors, selling everything from random household wares to oysters.
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