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Camden Town is named after Charles Pratt, 1st Earl Camden, whose estate Camden Place was based near Chislehurst in Kent. The inner city district was originally part of the manor of Kentish Town and became an important location during the early development of the railways as it is also on the London canal network.

The area is now best known internationally for its markets and music venues, to which many tourists make an instant beeline. The five main markets include a huge number of stalls covering fashion, jewellery, crafts, antiques and household items, while food and drink from around the world brings together everything from organic coffee and cakes to freshly cooked paella, gastro burgers and Venezuelan pina coladas.

Camden Lock Market, meanwhile, offers a good mix of coffee, burgers, vegetarian food and cakes as well as a world street food area, Global Kitchen, selling street food from all over the world ranging from Ethiopian curry to kangaroo burgers.