Gatwick Taxi Transfer to Camden (NW1)
Camden is a district of north-west London, initially designed as an industrial district but now is blooming tourism and commerce. The biggest attractions in Camden are the bazaars complexes which consist of: Buck Street Market, Camden Lock Village, Stables Market and the Electric Ballroom Market. Visited by tens of millions annually, in Camden Town you can find everything from the most bizarre clothes, books, antiques and all sorts of unusual things.
Camden Town is named after Charles Pratt, a lawyer-politician and the stands and stalls are located in his mansion in Kentish Town. Camden Market was founded in 1973 and it was considered an old-fashioned neighborhood known also after the name of Camden Lock Village.
Also, by 1854 Camden Market had a different name, Stables Market, which served as stables for Pickford, a company that deals with shipping on the River Thames and its channels. Today, you can notice everywhere large bronze statues, depicting horses, which will remind you of the Stables Market history.
Once you get in Camden Markets, you are going to feel like in the punk rock homeland. This area is extremely visited and it is considered the 4th in London, attracting every weekend about a hundred thousand people.
There’s no way to dislike this place, especially if in high school you were a rebel rock singer. In this case, this is probably the first place you have to visit in London, where you can find leather jackets with studs, studded belts, boots and other punk rock accessories.
Regarding supply stores in this region of London, you should know that here you can find everything from clothing, accessories suitable for club nights to tribal or oriental colored scarves.
Here, music resounds everywhere and food flavors that tickle your nostrils are gathered from all 4 corners of the world. Music lovers will feel at ease in Virgin or HMV stores while foodies should visit Borough Market dedicated to gastronomy.
You cannot imagine how many people can be here on Sundays. You can get lost among the crowd of people and hundreds of stalls, but you visiting Camden Market on a Sunday morning is a must.
Rail Transport from Gatwick Airport to Camden (NW1):
In order to get rail transport from London Gatwick Airport to Camden Town you have to take the train to London Bridge Underground Station, then the Tube to Camden Town Underground Station. There are also other transfer options such as using a taxi service from Gatwick Airport or London Bridge Underground Station to Camden Town.
Road Transport from Gatwick Airport to Camden (NW1):
So as to travel by car from London Gatwick Airport to Camden, you must take the M23 and A23. London Gatwick Airport is 30.4 miles away from Camden.
A journey by taxi from London Gatwick Airport to Camden Town with 247 Gatwick Airport Transfer is going to last around 1 hour and 45 minutes. The price for a taxi service from London Gatwick Airport to Camden starts from 57 GBP.
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