Leather, studs, and combat boots are common apparel in Camden Town, an alternative oasis away from the prestige of royalty and Parliament. More often than not, Camden Town’s building facades feature politically charged commentary and saturated hues that pay homage to Pop art. You don’t have to question authority to enjoy this north London neighborhood—Camden Town’s numerous pubs, music venues, and street markets exude invitingly creative atmospheres.See 141 places to stay Save this neighborhood
Crowds of Camden Town
Colorful Camden High Street
Camden itself is a very nice part of london. It feels more "punkish" then the central and is that little edgier that we were looking for. We would everybody recommend going to the Camden food market (you can walk trough the flat to there), you will get delicious food and a very nice shopping experience."
Visited in 2013
The Stables Market: Hold Your Horses
Camden Never Sleeps
The Sedate Side of Camden Town
Connected Camden Town
Airbnb works with local photographers to capture the spirit of neighborhoods all around the world. The photography on this page includes work by:
After living his first twenty something years in the great land of Michigan, Tec Petaja traveled throughout central Asia, lived in Indiana and Hawaii, and finally found a home in Nashville, Tennessee where he currently resides with his wife.
Sophie Carr is a London-based freelance travel photographer who specialises in landscapes and cities. Her love of travel has taken her to many far-flung parts of the world, but home will always be London. Brought up near London, she has lived in the city for almost 20 years, and loves to explore its varied neighborhoods. She loved shooting her home city for Airbnb, and hopes her photos will encourage visitors to come to her local neighborhoods.
Rebecca Duke has been working as a photographer for the last decade, after attending Central St Martin’s in London. Her work focuses on people, interiors and travel and has been published in The Sunday Times, Elle Decor and Conde Nast Traveller. Rebecca travels frequently for her work but loved working in her hometown of London for this project. London’s friendliness about this work took this ‘true Londoner’ by surprise.