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John Sandoe

One of the most popular bookstores in London, John Sandoe Books Ltd., located in Chelsea, was established in 1957. Boasting thousands of books on various genres such as arts, politics and literature to name a few, every inch of the store is covered with printed masterpieces. If you've been searching for a hard-to-find book, John Sandoe is probably the only place you'll find it. Open all week, this bookstore is great for adults as well as children.

Borough Market

A vivid food market located in Southwark, Borough Market is one of the largest and oldest markets of its kind in London. The fruit and vegetable section deals with grocers and small traders and even bakers & cake shops, with products from all around the world available here. The market sees a large number of visitors, so don't panic if you suddenly find yourself in a crowd! Fridays and Saturdays are more promising for the average market goer, with a dazzling array of fine foods available. There are a handful of cafe-style restaurants too, so you can get a delicious wholesome meal!

Camden Market

Open seven days a week, the Camden Market sprawls across a vast area. From arts and crafts to high street trends, you will find it all here. This is one of the must-visit markets for anyone seeking street, alternative and hippie styles. Traders sell everything from secondhand clothes to cheap antiques, records, clothes and accessories, as well as decorative items. Equally popular with tourists and locals, this market is a great place to spend the day doing some shopping.

Old Spitalfields Market

The City of London is known for its markets, which are as diverse in their offerings as the culture of the city itself. Old Spitalfields Market is a colorful and historic part of the city's market scene. The market's origins go back to 1638, when King Charles I decreed a license on 'Spittle Fields', allowing the sale of meat, fowl, and roots. Over the centuries, the market has only grown in prominence and character, and today is a celebrated tourist attraction as well. Old Spitalfields Market claims to be one of the largest markets catering to needs like arts and crafts, fashion and other local market stuff everyday of the week. The market also has been awarded as "Best Private Market" by the National Association of British Market Authorities.

London Beatles Store

Indulge in Beatlemania at this expansive shop on Bakers Street. Walk through the doors of the London Beatles Store and you will be transported to the musical era of the 1960s. Walls and racks, sporting a vast variety of Beatles souvenirs are sure to please any fan of this group. T-shirts, mugs, bags, posters, watches, cutlery, towels, calendars, stationery and more adorn the shelves of this shop. This store is located close to the Sherlock Holmes Museum and Madame Tussauds on the outskirts of Regent's Park; drop by the London Beatles Store after touring these Marylebone landmarks.

Neal's Yard Dairy

Neal's Yard Dairy, a tiny shop in Covent Garden neighborhood, offers a great variety of specialty cheeses and other dairy products. They are involved in the entire cheese making processes, right from the farm where the cheese is kept to mature till it is bought by the customer. Ensuring that their patrons receive the best quality cheese, Neal's Yard Dairy has gained popularity for the variety and quality of cheese it sells. Popular recommendations are Montgomery's Cheddar, Colston Bassett Stilton and Appleby's Cheshire, but if you find yourself spoiled for choice, an expert assistant will be on hand to help out. They also sell fresh bread and other gourmet foods.

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