Camden Town is a place synonymous with individuality and creativity. It is one of the most visited places in the world, and one of London’s top tourist destinations. Well known today for being the late Amy Winehouse’s former stomping ground, more than 100,000 visitors head to Camden Town EVERY WEEKEND; and it’s not hard to see why.

Camden Town literally buzzes with energy, creativity, and colour. It’s a cultural melting pot; home to a cross-section of sub-cultures. With its edgy vibe and eclectic mix of live music, street performers, vibrant music venues, food stalls, global cuisines, museums, theatres and its famous labyrinth of open-air markets; Camden is certainly a jewel in the capital’s crown – unbeatable in its diversity, quirkiness, and buzz.

But it’s not all Goths and joss sticks. There’s a much more peaceful and elite side to be explored; the quiet residential streets and squares, the canal, the museums, and the theatres. There’s also plenty of open green space to enjoy. Primrose Hill, with its breath-taking views and Regents Park, are just a stroll away.

What’s on There?

In Camden, you’re never far from a pub. Try The Worlds End (right opposite Camden Town tube station) for its cool mezzanine and giant tanks of Staropramen, Edinboro Castle for its massive beer garden, quirky charm and Pimms on tap, Joe’s for its incredible paint job and excellent DJ’S (if you want late one) or even The Black Heart – if you want to go to the most goth friendly pub ever.

Camden has an incredible live music scene and more than its fair share of iconic music venues. Koko, Jazz Café, The Garage, Electric Ballroom, Barfly, The Enterprise and Dingwalls are some of the best.

Then there are the markets, perhaps Camden’s most famous feature. Camden Lock Market, Camden Lock Village, Camden Market, Inverness Street Market, and the Stables Market. Those should keep even the most tireless shopper busy for a while.

What’s the residential community like?

There’s a strong sense of community in Camden Town. It really is home to anyone who wishes to call it so.

How much does it cost?

The average rental price in Camden Town is £564 per week, and the average property price is £842,525


Houses are generally early Victorian and Georgian, although property ranges from modern flats, social housing estates, architect-designed mews, loft-style apartments, new build developments and period conversions to large family homes.

Best Streets

The most sought-after streets would have to be Gloucester Crescent and Regent’s Park Terrace but Camden Road is popular as well as Camden Square.


Camden Town is the NW1 postcode. Nice!


Camden boasts a speedy underground service to all the major central locations (Kings Cross, St Pancras, London Bridge, Old Street, Leicester Square, Waterloo, Charing Cross, and Euston), with Camden Road Station offering London Overground services from Stratford to Richmond. The area is well served by commuter bus routes, with bus links to destinations right across the capital. Cycling continues to be a popular means of travel and there are plenty of cycle paths in Camden.

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