Borough Market is a wonderful destination to discover for its amazing food and drink and bustling atmosphere. Tourists will adore this lovely food market in the district of Southwark where there are many British and international foods. This market is great for foodies who want to try some delicious edibles including meats, cheeses, teas, cakes and chocolate. This historic area used to be a fruit and vegetable market and the large space is now filled with people who all want to delight their taste buds. Where once this was a hub for livestock traders it now has around 100 stalls that offer top gourmet treats and high-quality food.
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The market is a great place to visit as it’s close to many restaurants and cafes that are ideal for a rest. It certainly offers a more interesting alterative for travellers as a shopping venue. As soon as tourists get to this destination they will get very excited as the crowds will lift their mood. The groups of people who go to this market are civilised and although there may be huge crowds it is unlikely that visitors will jostle or push. It’s an easy-going place that travellers enjoy heading to because they know they are happily wandering around with fellow food enthusiasts. Borough Market is perfect for the whole family if they want to visit together.
Travellers who want to be close to Borough Market should stay in the heart of the city of London. They should definitely choose the wonderful hotels near baker street tube station that has large rooms with modern amenities such as an en-suite bathroom and flatscreen television. The residence is found near Paddington train station which is very convenient for tourists to get around the city. This boutique hotel has plenty of charm and is the best place for first-time and seasoned visitors in the capital. Travellers are advised to book their rooms directly on the residence’s website as then they will receive a tasty complimentary breakfast.
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Borough Market is open Mondays to Fridays from 10am to around 6pm in the evening. The lovely atmosphere is especially felt first thing in the morning. Tourists who want to get up early can head to the market at 8am on Saturday when it opens and the traders are excited to sell their wares. Another great time to visit is at lunchtime when the food stalls offer certain meals and products. There are also many delicious free samples available at this excellent market that tourists should be aware of as they can try something that is very unique.
Heading to Borough Market is extremely easy as it’s close to London Bridge tube station, which is on the Jubilee and Northern Lines of the underground. Tourists can also venture there by bus stopping at either Borough High Street, London Bridge or Southwark Street. These stops are all within walking distance to the market, which is based in a pretty part of London. Tourists can also head here by bike to see the market and cycle around the area. There are many superb food spots in the capital but Borough Market is great for its variety.