The Portobello Road Market is located in the trendy neighborhood of Notting Hill. The name came from the name of the farm, Porto Bello, that was built on that site in 1740. 

Originally Portobello Road Market started as a place for farmers to sell food and produce.  In 1940's the market started selling antiques, making it one of the oldest vintage markets in the world. 

In addition to being one of the oldest vintage markets in the world, it's is also probably the world's largest and most renowned antique market with over 1,000 dealers. It is also a true representation of just how rich and multicultural London has become.

You’ll find a mix of antique shops selling incredible furniture and stalls selling wild handmade clothing. There truly is a bit of everything, which is what makes it so special.

There are five sections of the market, food, household essentials, secondhand goods, vintage clothing, and antiques, and Saturday is the only day that all of them are open.

This vibrant market is in one of the trendiest, hippie neighborhoods in London. Though the area has a distinctly bohemian vibe to it, it is one of the most expensive zip codes in all of London, made popular by celebrities like Jude Law and Sienna Miller.

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