If you are looking for antiques Portobelloroad market in Notting hill is a good place to go looking for it on saturdays. Notting hill itself is also worth a visit.
I have seen the movie and always heard about it. It is an awesome little place with many street vendors and small little food shops!
Just as adorable inside! There's also a little cafe in the back of this tiny but well-stocked travel bookstore.
The inspiration for the shop where Hugh Grant's character worked in the movie "Notting Hill," this is a delightful bookshop not far off Portobello Road.
A visit here on a weekday and you will enter a new world. WOW!
Entering during a weekend and you enter another new world, different but fantastic.
Visit the Portobello Road market on a saturdaymorning. It's nice to walk around a little and enjoy watching other people.....
This sidestreet of Portobello Road proved to be even nicer than Portobello Road itself. For some mysterious reason it reminded me of Nice.
This is a very quaint part of town that is near all the embassies and Hyde Park. Some houses are small and some are big, but they're all very 'English'. No Hugh Grant spottings, though.
Another good place for Shopping,is Portobello Market,you can find here good things at Low prices!!
Is only ten minutes walk from Queenway.
So many bookstores like this in Notting Hill? Which is the one that Hugh Grant worked in the movie? :)
Well, some people can spend there a whole day, some have enough after one or two hours of fighting their way through the crowds and the trash sold there.
Great outdoor market!! Lots of antiques, produce, jewelry, etc. Beautiful street in the heart of Chelsea and Notting Hill. Great meeting place too!
Portabello Road Market/Notting Hill
Delightful outdoor market. Touristy nearest to Notting Hill Gate but keep walking and you'll find more charm.
PORTOBELLO ROAD....FUN.....CAMDEN MARKET...SAW BUDDY GUY IN CAMDEN IN A CLUB...GREAT...ALSO SAW SID GRIFFIN..( FROM LONG RYDERS) IN A SMALL PUB...GREAT MUSIC THERE.