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Portobello street market

When you talk about London, you have to talk about their shops and markets... and there sure are a lot. The Portobello market is especially well-known for its antique and specialty shops, and as the song says "where bought and sold to the Sun." And following this verse, we can see how there is a significant section of vegetables and food stalls of all kinds. As you walk along its steep streets, your nose will not rest for even a second, hundreds of odors invade it mercilessly, trying to get its attention, tempting your senses and tempting you to try a delicacy. From fruits and vegetables of all sizes, via crêpes made instantly, gigantic "Spanish paellas" smelling divinely, hundreds of cakes of all flavors, salmon rolls, marzipan croissants, pizzas or cookies souvenir, even beautiful fish await us so that we take with us. It is certainly a huge temptation and a display of colors, flavors and scents that is not to be missed.
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Accessories galore

From Friday to Sunday, Portobello Green Market complements the already famous antique market in Portobello Road. At the bottom of the street, you'll find this market, best summed up by a single word: Vintage! Indeed, the market has over 800 stalls, all richer than each other: thrift and old clothes, old leather bags, jewelry of all kinds, accessories galore ... and many young designers come here to get started in their career. The prices are a little high, but there's a wealth of choices available.
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Color and street performers

I'll start by saying that is the place in London I liked most. After getting off the underground at Notting Hill Gate and following the directions on the signs, we reached Portobello Market. I first took a look at the neighborhood and then looked at the street that the market is on.
It was already 12:00pm and it was packed, but I was in awe the entire time. The market is dedicated to antiques and relics. There is a giant store full of sewing machines, each facade a different colour. When you think you've seen it all, groups of street musicians appear, who are nice and good. Stop to watch them.
Jaime Gomez Gallego
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Portobello market

A good time to go to Portobello Market to browse is on a Saturday afternoon. You can do some shopping or just wander around. Antiques, vintage clothing, shirts, food, mixed like a huge bazaar.
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Portobello market is probably the wor...

Portobello Market is probably the world's most famous market. Millions of tourists walk the streets any day of the week, but especially on Saturday, market day, with all the streets full of antique stalls, second hand clothes and food. For me the difference Camden Market, the other main market of London, is abysmal. I prefer Portobello by .... Everything! The colorful houses made famous by the movie Notting Hill, the neighborhood and the location, the atmosphere that prevails in the market .... I always thought that if I had to stay and live in London would be my dream house in Notting Hill! I recommend you to live the experience in stride, you approach the famous prontito and enjoy it Inglés Breakfast served at any local bar (yes, until 12 or 13, is a stereotype to think that the English take a breakfast of eggs , bacon and sausages daily and 6 in the morning :) Then you can stroll through the shops where you will find antiques, jewelry, clothing, shoes .... To get to the shops and food stalls and fruit. Also you will find records, tattoos and secondhand clothes. I assure you that the ride will be very nice! In addition Portobello Road is the lifeline of the Spanish people living in London: Garcia & sons! It is a store where you can buy products and brands lifelong Spanish: ColaCao, Carbonell oil, soap Heno de Pravia, fabada Coast .... Anyway, infinite products, the price of gold though, but for the nostalgic home is a must from time to time (I include the web address for you to see how curious: Http :/ /' http://www.garciacafe.co.' uk /) The quirks that I have thanked me Garcia & Sons in days of downturn and homesick. As you see, there are a million reasons to come by Portobello. I assure you it will be worth the ride and I will wear more than a memory.

Portobello Market es seguramente el mercadillo más famoso del mundo. Millones de turistas pasean por sus calles cualquier día de la semana , pero especialmente los sábados, el día del mercado, con todas las calles llenas de puestos de antigüedades, ropa de segunda mano y comida.

Para mí la diferencia con Camden Market, el otro gran mercadillo de Londres, es abismal. Yo prefiero Portobello por .... Todo! Las casas coloradas que se hicieron famosas gracias a la peli Notting Hill, el barrio y la localización, el ambiente que se vive en el mercadillo .... Siempre he pensado que si tuviera que quedarme a vivir en Londres mi casa ideal estaría en Notting Hill !

Os recomiendo que viváis la experiencia con calma, que os acerqueis prontito y disfrutéis del famoso English Breakfast que se sirve en cualquier bar del barrio ( eso sí, hasta las 12 o la 13, es un estereotipo pensar que los ingleses toman un desayuno de huevos, bacon y salchichas diariamente y a las 6 de la mañana :)

Después podeis pasear por las tiendas donde encontrareis antigüedades, bisutería, ropa, zapatos .... Hasta llegar a las tiendas y los puestos de comida y frutas .

También os encontrareis discos,tatuajes y ropa de segunda mano. Os aseguro que el paseo será muy agradable !

En Portobello Road se encuentra además el salvavidas de todos los españoles que viven en Londres: García & sons ! Es una tienda donde puedes comprar productos y marcas españolas de toda la vida : ColaCao , aceite Carbonell, jabón Heno de Pravia , fabada Litoral .... En fin, infinitos productos, a precio de oro eso sí, pero que para los nostálgicos de su casa es visita obligada de vez en cuando (os incluyo la dirección web para que veais qué curioso: ' http://www.garciacafe.co.uk/' ) La de caprichos que me he dado gracias a García&Sons en días de bajón y morriña.

Como veis, hay millón de razones para acercarse por Portobello. Os aseguro que el paseo merecerá la pena y os llevareis más de un recuerdo.
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3km of antiques, vintage stores ... and food!

Portobello Market is an outdoor market along Portobello Road in Notting Hill (same name for metro stop). The market itself is only the SATURDAY morning (and crowded to the beast), but the rest of the week there are plenty of shops open. Open from 10 to 17h. This road is about 3km long and connects Notting Hill Ladbroke Grove (also metro, but I recommend starting from the stop of Notting Hill). In this market not only find antique stalls, vintage clothing and souvenirs, but also lots of food, from pizza to paella ... or sweet (pastry craft, mmm ...), plus fruit and vegetables. At first it was a fresh fruit market in the nineteenth century. But in 1960 began to settle antique dealers line the street today, in which there are several internationally famous galleries. The neighborhood is surrounded by pastel painted buildings, and it is curious to visit the Camden neighborhood as a continuation of the route, it also has colorful painted buildings, but in louder tones. We see a contrast between the two neighborhoods and a similarity simultaneously.

3km de antigüedades, tiendas vintage... y comida!

Portobello Market es un mercado al aire libre a lo largo de Portobello Road, en el barrio de Notting Hill (mismo nombre para parada de metro). El mercadillo en sí solo está los sábados por la mañana (y se llena de gente a lo bestia), aunque el resto de la semana hay un montón de tiendas abiertas. Su horario es de 10:00 a 17:00. Esta calle tiene unos 3 km de largo y conecta Notting Hill con Ladbroke Grove (también tiene parada de metro, pero recomiendo empezar desde la parada de Notting Hill).

En este mercado no solo encontrarás puestos de antigüedades, ropa vintage y souvenirs, sino también comida -desde porciones de pizza, a una paella... o dulces (pastelería artesanal, mmm...), además de fruta y verduras.

En un principio se trataba de un mercado de fruta fresca en el siglo XIX. Pero en 1960 empezaron a instalarse los anticuarios que hoy llenan la calle, en el cual existen varias galerías famosas internacionalmente. El barrio está rodeado de edificios pintados en color pastel, y es curioso visitar el barrio de Camden Town como continuación de la ruta, pues también tiene edificios pintados de colores, pero en tonos más fuertes. Se ve un contraste entre ambos barrios y una similitud al mismo tiempo.
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Everyone has been in portobello marke...

Everyone has been in Portobello Market, thousands of tourists travel through it every Saturday. But after the ruckus and the bars of the market days, lies a long, steep street, Portobello Road, whose name is, incidentally, for when the British took away the Spanish town of Puerto Bello in Panama ( Portobelo now), in the War of Jenkins' Ear. This popular street, once closed the street market (at about 5:30 pm), light leaves a number of pubs and restaurants, some of them highly recommended to go to dinner or a quiet drink. A good choice for dinner is the First Floor Restaurant, with a varied modern European cuisine at prices more than affordable and decor that leaves no one indifferent, which is common to find many people there "local". It also has also pub on the ground floor and a very original rooms on the top floor with tables that can be reserved for an event. Right in front of the restaurant there is a very small place with Moorish lanterns, which can take a Turkish coffee or tea and smoke a Shisha pass any of the umpteen varieties they have. More places like this in Guirilandia

Todo el mundo ha estado en el Mercado de Portobello, miles de turistas lo recorren cada sábado. Pero tras el jaleo y los chiringuitos de los días de mercado, se esconde una larga y empinada calle, Portobello Road, cuyo nombre viene, dicho sea de paso, de cuando los ingleses nos arrebataron a los españoles la ciudad de Puerto Bello en Panamá (ahora Portobelo), en la guerra de Jenkins’ Ear.

Esta popular calle, una vez cerrado el mercadillo callejero (a eso de las 5:30 de la tarde), deja a la luz un buen número de pubs y restaurantes, alguno de ellos muy recomendable para ir a cenar o a tomar una copa tranquilamente.

Una buena opción para cenar es el First Floor Restaurant, con una cocina moderna europea variada a precios más que asequibles y una decoración que no deja a nadie indiferente, donde es habitual encontrar allí mucha gente “local”. Además tiene también pub en la planta baja y unas salas muy originales en la planta superior con mesas que se pueden reservar para algún acontecimiento.

Justo en frente del restaurante hay un local muy pequeñito con farolillos de estilo árabe, en el que se puede tomar un buen café turco o un té y de paso fumarse una Shisha de cualquiera de las tropecientas variedades que tienen.

Más rincones como este en Guirilandia
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Located northwest of london, near hyd...

Located northwest of London, near Hyde Park, Notting Hill neighborhood is home to one of the most famous markets of the city and a favorite of London: Portobello. I liked it more than Camden, perhaps because it is less crowded with tourists and sell things more interesting, though some say it was much better and before the arrival of tourists has made has lowered the quality of the goods. Rather than Camden Portobello Market is open all week, but when it fills most weekends because there is a market on Saturdays special antiques and Sunday a "trace" in Portobello Green. On Thursdays there is a market for organic products in Ladbroke Grove. You can find everything from used record, jewelry, paintings, furniture, folk art, handicrafts brought from Africa, books, maps ...

Situado en al noroeste de Londres, cerca de Hyde Park, el barrio de Nothing Hill alberga uno de los mercados más famosos de la ciudad y uno de los favoritos de los londinenses: Portobello.

A mí me gustó más que el de Camden, quizás porque está menos lleno de turistas y venden cosas más interesantes, aunque hay quien dice que antes era mucho mejor y la llegada de los turistas ha hecho que haya bajado la calidad de la mercancía.

Al contrario que el de Candem el mercado de Portobello está abierto toda la semana, aunque cuando más se llena es los fines de semana porque los sábados hay un mercadillo especial de antigüedades y los domingos un “rastro” en Portobello Green.

Los jueves hay mercadillo de productos ecológicos en Ladbroke Grove.

Puedes encontrar de todo: Discos de segunda mano, joyería, pintura, muebles, arte étnico, artesanía traída de África, libros, mapas…
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The Portobello Market is held every Saturday on Portobello Road. I always start opto side of Notting Hill and down the huge street that sells everything. At the beginning of the street antiques abound toward the end up selling more food, by means sells a little of everything. Highlight selling records and books under the viaduct of the London Underground. It is undoubtedly the liveliest street in west London on Saturday.

O Mercado de Portobello realiza-se todos os Sábados na Portobello Road. Eu opto sempre por começar do lado de Notting Hill e descer a enorme rua que vende de tudo. Ao início da rua abundam as antiguidades mais para o fim vende-se mais produtos alimentares, pelo meio vende-se um pouco de tudo. Destaco a venda de discos e livros debaixo do viaduto do metro de Londres. É sem dúvida a rua mais animada do oeste de Londres ao Sábado.
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Flea market

Walk in Notting Hill on Sunday necessarily pass by Portobello Road in London well known and very famous tourists. A large and long street with shops, galleries, antique shops and restaurants in which to walk. While it runs a little catch some tourists, but the mood is calm, pleasant and a good time is going to wander among the stands, watching the bags, try to antique jewelry, choose a table and deviser of antiques.

Marché aux puces

La promenade dans le quartier de Notting Hill passe forcément le dimanche par les puces de Portobello très connues à Londres et surtout très réputées des touristes.
Une grande et interminable rue avec des échoppes, des galeries, des antiquaires et des restaurants où il fait bon se promener. Certes cela tourne un peu à l’attrape touriste parfois, mais l’ambiance y est calme, agréable et on passe un bon moment à déambuler entre les stands, à regarder les sacs, à essayer les bijoux anciens, à choisir un tableau et à deviser sur des antiquités.
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Browsing around portobello

Portobello Market is in the neighborhood of Notting Hill and is one of the most curious of London. This every day of the week but Saturday morning is the day I have to go visit, as there are many stops, you can find everything from antiques and the 2 • World War to exotic fruits and vegetables or churros with chocolate and paellas ... A must take a typical stuffed potato pancake or chocolate ...

Curioseando por portobello

El mercado de Portobello esta en el barrio de Notting Hill y es uno de los mas curiosos de Londres.

Esta todos los días de la semana pero los sábados por la mañana es el día que hay que ir a visitarlo, pues hay muchas paradas, puedes encontrar desde antigüedades y objetos de la 2• guerra mundial hasta frutas y verduras exóticas o churros con chocolate y paellas... Imprescindible tomarse una patata rellena típica o un crep de chocolate...
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March full of colors!

Portobello Market in West London is one of the market's most famous street in the world. It is a destination for Londoners and tourists. It is located in Notting Hill, the trendy area of ​​London made famous by the film. If you like strolling through flea markets, I invite you to visit this market. For my part I love this neighborhood where the houses are colorful. I like to walk. You will also find an interesting high art gallery. It spans nearly two miles, although on a crowded Saturday afternoon, it takes some time to walk from one end to.

Marché remplit de couleurs!

Portobello Market dans l'ouest de Londres est l'un des marchés de rue les plus célèbres dans le monde. C'est une destination pour les Londoniens et pour les touristes. Il se situe dans le quartier de Notting Hill, quartier branché de Londres rendu célèbre par son film.
Si vous aimez flâner dans les brocantes, je vous invite à vous rendre sur ce marché. Pour ma part j'aime beaucoup ce quartier où les maisons sont colorées. J'aime m'y promener. Vous trouverez également une galerie d'art forte intéressante. Il s'étend sur près de deux miles, bien que sur un après-midi bondé samedi, il prend un certain temps à marcher d'un bout à.
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The most famous market in london and ...

The most famous market in London and one of the most popular on the planet. Perhaps owed much of its popularity to the film Notting Hill, the neighborhood where it is celebrated. The truth is that it is a fruit and antique market, a must-see, to walk, to touch, to see people go. On Saturday afternoon, a must.

El mercadillo más conocido de Londres y uno de los más populares del planeta. Quizá le deba parte de su popularidad a la película Notting Hill, el barrio donde se celebra. Lo cierto es que es un mercadillo de antigüedades y frutas, un lugar de visita obligada, de caminar, de tocar, de ver gente pasar. Los sábados por la tarde, visita obligada.
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Of

This is one of the mythical. It is located on the street that gives the name: Portobello Road and is only on Saturdays from 10 to 17, though, is bursting with people always. It is divided into zones, it can find from antiques to food, of course going for clothes, shoes, decorations and all photographs, posters, and a can not miss in any of these markets the typical positions bracelets, etc ... In any case another indispensable to score in the book visits in London.

De

Este es uno de los míticos. Se encuentra en la calle que le da nombre: Portobello Road y está solo los Sábados de 10 a 17, eso sí, está reventar de gente SIEMPRE.

Está dividido en zonas, en él puedes encontrar desde antigüedades hasta comida, pasando por supuesto por la ropa, zapatillas, elementos decorativos como fotografías de todo tipo, posters, y como no puede faltar en ninguno de estos mercados los típicos puestos de pulseras, etc...

En cualquier caso otro de los imprescindibles para anotar en la libreta de visitas en Londres.
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Sublime

Portobello, the most beautiful corner of London, the place where you can buy up the sun. Where the houses are colorful and souls of people to match the color of your door, green, red, blue ... yellow. One of the most beautiful places I have been in no doubt where I want to develop my life, in the streets of Nothin Hill.

Sublime

Portobello, el rincón más bonito de Londres, el lugar en el que puedes comprar hasta el sol. Donde las casas son de colores y las almas de las personas a juego con el color de su puerta, verdes, rojas, azules... amarillas. Uno de los lugares más bellos en los que he estado sin duda, donde quiero que se desarrolle mi vida, en las calles de Nothin Hill.
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Portobello Road Market Phone Number
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