London Borough of Camden, United Kingdom

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Welcome to London Borough of Camden, United Kingdom

About the area

The birthplace of the British subculture and eternally rebellious in spirit, Camden has a lot to offer to people looking to stay in a renowned part of North London. People that visit Camden love the sense of freedom this artistic hub exudes. Camden’s location is also excellent. It is easily accessible from Central London by tube, bus, or walking (for those who like to take a stroll). Living in Camden gives you the joy of spending your free time at a number of captivating local places: Primrose Hill is the highest point of Regent's Park, providing a marvellous view of the British capital, while Regent’s Canal is a serene place to walk or have a cup of coffee by the waterside. You can also listen to live music on the canal, with street musicians playing the songs of much-loved artists, such as Pink Floyd, the Doors, Amy Winehouse, and more. You can take a boat trip from the central part of Camden to London's picturesque Little Venice. Camden Lock Market has a lot to offer those who love vintage clothing, craft jewellery, and artwork, while the gorgeous bridges in Camden Lock are good for wandering with friends or a family. As for house prices in Camden, they are rather modest compared to other central areas of London.    

Nearby London Borough of Camden, United Kingdom
North:London Borough of Barnet, United Kingdom
East:London Borough of Islington, United Kingdom
South:City of London, United Kingdom
West:Westminster, London, UK
Nearby Transport
Belsize Park
Chalk Farm
Kentish Town Station
Mansfield Road (Stop GT)
St Dominic's Priory (Stop GS)
Hampstead Heath

Some people think that that London is all about the aristocratic lifestyle. However, Camden has its unique rebel spirit being a birthplace for the British subcultures. The area has a lot to offer to people looking to rent a property in a renowned northern part of London. Despite the fact that today you may not feel the same rebellious atmosphere that it had in the 70s and 80s, Camden is still a usual place for gigs of alternative bands.

People that come to Camden love the sense of freedom that prevails there. They note extravagantly dressed people, artistic paintings on the walls, unusual bars and cafes, piercing studios, and stalls selling t-shirts of cult musicians.

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