Be sure to head to the market on a Friday and Saturday for a mile of antiques, clothing and trinket stalls, street food and many specialist shops. Head all the way up to Goldbourne Road and the farmers market at the top end of Portobello Road
Can be very busy and touristic on the weekend, nevertheless a cool area to explore even if you just wander through the side streets.
Very famous London street Market, rough with the smooth, wonderful market one of my favourite places in London to hang out. Excellent Vintage clothes and home pieces and street food.
Welcome to Portobello Road, the world’s largest antiques market with over 1,000 dealers selling every kind of antique and collectible. Visitors flock from all over the world to discover one of London’s best loved landmarks which contains the most extensive selection of antiques in Britain
If you want to see the actual market, go on Saturday. William Thatcher's house in Notting Hill (film) is number 280 on Westbourne Park Road and the bookshop is number 13-15 on Blenheim Crescent.
“Europe's first purpose-built cinema is now a luxe movie house with comfy armchairs and footstools, cashmere blankets and food service.”
“You will find Holland Park with its attractive formal gardens such as the Japanese Garden, secluded woodland areas, an Orangery and even the ruins of Holland House. Londoners love this park!”
“The trendy brunch place of Nottinghill with fabulous Australian chef Bill Granger St the helm ... make sure to get there early or be ready to queue for a bit ! ”
“Holland Park Station, Ladbroke Grove or Notting Hill Gate choose any tube station.”
“Westfield is only a 20 minute bus journey away from my residency and is fa antastic place to visit to shop the sales or seek the latest trends from high-end to high-street fashion. Grab a coffee or a bite to eat in the food hall area whilst you are there. If you have time, why not see a film at the cinema inside the shopping centre complex - keep an eye out for freebies and vouchers.”