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Portobello Road

Famed for its iconic appearance in the 1999 rom-com, Notting Hill, Portobello Road has become one of the biggest tourist attractions in west London. Running almost the entire length of Notting Hill, north to south, Portobello Road is most commonly known for its bustling antique market.

The Portobello Road Market is claimed to be the world’s largest antique market. Showcasing the wares of over 1000 individual dealers, the market also features street food stalls and vintage clothing vendors.

However, it’s worth mentioning that there’s more to Portobello Road than just the market. With so many quaint cafes and popular eateries dotted about, many Londoners tend to head over there for a spot of brunch!

One of London’s most exclusive and unique destinations, Portobello Road is the ideal spot for bespoke shopping and indulgent food.

Facts About Portobello Road...

  • There are five distinct areas of the market; second-hand goods; clothing; household essentials; fruit and veg; antiques.
  • Before a period of extension gentrification in the 1960s, Portobello Road was actually quite a rundown area that was often marred by race riots caused by British Union agitators.
  • London literary icon, Michael Bond, loved visiting the area and much of his writing was inspired by what he found there.

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