One of the most legendary and iconic places in London, the Camden market area has a scent of nostalgia for the city dwellers, because all of them used to spend days and nights here when they were teenagers. A new generation of teens has come, and the place is still full of 15-year-olds.
But it is known for things other than nostalgia. If your interest in the market is mostly touristic, there is a range of nice shops nearby – meaning real shops, not market stands. Some of them are quite unusual, and are worth going in for a quick look. Becides, the marketspace itself, decorated with equine statues, is curious. Generally, you need to walk and loook around and feel the atmosphere. Well, and buy something, if you're lucky.