England has always been a multicultural country and we love it. That is one of the reasons why we like living here. London is one of this places where you can find anything you fancy. Apart of tourists attractions, like Big Ben, there are so many other things to do. One of them is Brick Lane market. If you like diversity, bargains and art, this place is must-visit for you.
We go to London quite often, there is always something new to explore, but we like coming back to this market.
It is open just on Sunday. Streets are lined with people selling their second-hand wares, with some good bargains. The market is chaotic, full of street art and street performers to enhance the vibrant, lively atmosphere.
Brick lane became a cosmopolitan cultural market with loads of street food, stalls selling mostly clothes and art goods. Walking around is a good way to experience one of the largest Sunday market areas in London.
Where to eat?
Brick lane market is a truly international cultural experience, especially for food.
You will find food from all around the world including the far east China, Malaysia, Korea, Singapore as well as Indian, Bangladesh, Pakistan, from Africa including Morocco, Tunisia the Mediterranean, Turkey, Greece, Italy, Spain, the Caribbean and Arabia the list is endless. This means that there’s something to eat for everybody. Gluten free, vegan, vegetarian meals are easy to find. Even those of you on special diets will find a wide range to choose from.
If you are looking for bargains, vintage clothing or super different design clothes, Brick Lane is the heaven in the Earth.
Walking around this streets gives you such a good vibe and an happy feeling , art is everywhere, you can see it, hear it and feel it.
How to get there?
Brick Lane is a short walk from Shoreditch High Street station, Liverpool Street station and Whitechapel station. Bus numbers 8 and 388 also stop at the top of Brick Lane, on Bethnal Green Road.
Its not our first time in Bricks lane and it is not the last, it is such a good way to spend your Sunday afternoon in London.