Famous Markets in London

Alfies Antique market

Borough Market

Brick Lane market

Broadway Market

Camden Lock Market

Columbia Road market

Covent Garden market

Greenwich Market

Old Spitalfields Market

Portobello Road market

New Covent Garden Market
is the largest fruit, vegetable and flower market in the UK. With more than 200 companies and employs more than 2,500 employees , provides the market 40 % of fruit and vegetables consumed outside the home in London and is freshly used by 75 % of London florists. With a wide range of food companies , including traditional wholesalers , wholesalers and food processors NCGM serves many of the best restaurants and hotels in London, cafés and bars, schools , hospitals and jobs , as well as independent retailers and markets Flea .

Borough Market
is in the village , south of London Bridge. The market was set on London Bridge and is the first time in 1014. It was in different places, but to its present site in 1870. It was built by the City Corporation owned and was transferred to an independent trust in 1999. Works as a wholesale market , but when it closes sells a wide range of different foods. Opening times : 4:00 to 08:00 Wholesale Fruit Monday - Friday. Farmer's Market 12:00 - Friday 05.00 clock , Saturday 10.00 clock bis 04.00 clock . His style is always up- market is very popular with locals and tourists.

Old Billingsgate Market , a fish market , moved in 1982 to Billingsgate Market , Poplar . The original building was elegant in front of the river is now used as hospitality and venue .

Leadenhall Market, a food market centered , continue with many of the market space to retail stores converted to work .

Smithfield Market is a meat market, which was originally a cattle market alive.

Spitalfields Market, a grocery store, in 1991 to New Spitalfields Market , Leyton. The original site is still selling as market fashion market , art and design, food and vintage goods used and is part of a revival of interest .