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Columbia Road Flower Market, London
(4.4/5 based on 380+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • rich, alive, full of people and truly fascinating for the quantity and quality of plant proposed by firori and a myriad of vendors. Street full of craft shops, bars and little shops. decidedly less touristy Niotting Portobello or Hill. not to be missed
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  • After you visit Brick Lane market don't miss Columbia Flower Market. Many people that live in London are there to buy beautiful flowers. But even for tourists, is very nice to se different flowers and...  more »
  • Visited the market twice and both times had a lovely time. The Market holders are great characters and there is a wide variety of plants and flowers!! Would recommend Pineapple flowers and a tomato pl...  more »
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  • A lovely place to spend an hour on a sunny afternoon - the traders are real characters and all your senses are excited. It is usually pretty busy but if you are not in a rush it is okay - just be careful in the crowd if you've bought a giant cactus! I would recommend starting from the west end, walking eastwards up the market and then turning left near the end to take you round to buskers and places for a coffee and pastry. If you're there as it closes you can get good deals and it's always worth trying to haggle.
  • Coming here every Sunday became a tradition now. Great little shops and cafes, good deals on flowers and plants. Would recommend!
  • Highly recommend this market. They have a great variety of flowers and shrubs. From desk flowers to gardens. Prices are fair ranging from £1-£20.
  • Been going here for years and boy has it changed. It used to be full to the brim with people selling and buying flowers, shrubs, bulbs and those massive australian ferns. Now each time I go it has less of the green stuff and more coffee shops and people who have no intention of buying anything other than a beigel or whatever the latest trendy snack is. The number of cameras out (instead of wallets) doesn't do anything to help the traders. It now resembles a zoo with cockneys where the gorillas would be. I'm not having a giraffe either.
  • It is a great place to come on Sundays mornings, grab a coffee and buy fliers and plants. I just love it.