Brick Lane, London
Categories: Flea Markets, Neighborhoods, Shopping, Tourist Spots
Head to Brick Lane to satisfy your craving for curry and get a taste of London's edgy artistic side. The scene of the infamous Jack the Ripper murders (the Ten Bells Pub still stands), the neighborhood is now home to a large Bangladeshi community. Treat yourself to one of the best-tasting curries you can find outside the Subcontinent before popping in and out of vintage clothing stores, trendy boutiques, and art galleries. Building walls feature graffiti by famous artists such as Banksy, and the street hosts numerous festivals throughout the year. If you visit in summer and fancy a pint, head to the local beer garden. The best day to visit is Sunday, when the vibrant weekly market full of crafts, secondhand goods, and street performers takes place. Plan your visit to Brick Lane and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our London trip itinerary builder.
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The choices for food are endless. You won't know what to pick and every place is always busy. Good spot for Indian food.
Have not been here in a number of years and only work round the corner!! Great place to visit plenty of cool places to buy clothes,art and of course food Brick lane curry houses are still there and mo... read more »
J'ai adoré ce quartier! Ses stands de nourriture, les friperies surtout si comme moi vous cherchez des pièces uniques, le street art et surtout le grand marché. L'ambiance est vraiment sympa je ne reg... read more »I loved this neighborhood! Its food stalls, second-hand stores especially if like me you are looking for unique pieces, street art, and especially the large market. The atmosphere is really nice I do not regret having made this charming neighborhoodshow original
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