Shoreditch is well-known as a hip hangout in London. We've rounded up some of the best things to do when you're visiting this terrific neighbourhood.
A must-visit when you're in the Shoreditch area is Hoxton Square.
With plenty of delicious eateries, restaurants and bars, such as Red Dog Saloon, The Breakfast Club and Zigfrid von Underbelly, you're never stuck for choice when searching for a great night out.
Columbia Road Flower Market
Head to this stunning and unique floral market if you're seeking a brand new, lovely experience.
Columbia Road Flower Market brings traders from all over, selling beautiful blooms and gorgeous plants.
Grab a bunch for a loved one or just soak up the sights and scents. It's also the perfect place for an Instagram shot.
It's impossible to visit Shoreditch and not admire some of the vibrant street art.
The area is renowned for its vivid pieces that cover buildings, walls and pavements. What's even more fascinating is that every time you go, there'll more than likely be new work to see. It's a continually-evolving canvas.
Make sure to take a Shoreditch Street Art Tour to get the most out of your visit.
Old Spitalfields Market
Get rummaging at one of the most popular markets in London.
With a diverse and quirky range of offerings, you can find almost anything, from classic cameras to vintage clothing and stuffed toys.
Meanwhile, be sure to sample some of the scrumptious snacks available on the street.
If you fancy a bit of high-end shopping, head over to Boxpark, which is home to Kiehl's, Gap and Decorum.
Having opened its doors in 2011, it was the world's first pop-up mall. Combining the street food market vibe with some of the world's most popular brands, it has been a unique shopping destination ever since.
Brick Lane Market
Sundays at Brick Lane Market are filled with people, entertainment, bargains and a fantastic atmosphere.
Grab some second-hand wares, stuff your face with delicious, authentic cuisine and enjoy something different.
Spitalfields City Farm
Escape the urban landscape at Spitalfields City Farm. A registered charity run by volunteers, it attracts over 18,000 visitors a year.
Here you'll see goats, donkeys and pigs, and can even enjoy a spot of gardening.
Dennis Severs House
Travel back in time to the eighteenth century at this incredible living time capsule.
The building itself is a Grade II listed Georgian terrace house. Dennis, who lived there from 1979 until 1999, gradually refashioned the ten rooms in the style of former centuries.
Dennis Severs House is now preserved as a museum, following the lives of a family of Huguenot silk weavers.
Hosted at the Old Truman Brewery, this market is specially designed for arts and crafts created by young designers.
Opened in 2006, Backyard Market was the first of its kind to open on Saturdays in the area. It's now become the hottest place to shop for bespoke prints, jewellery and accessories.
If you need a chocolate fix, Dark Sugars is certainly the spot for you.
Choose from ridiculously indulgent hot chocolates, mouth-watering truffles and tasty cocoa shards, all infused with global flavours.
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