On our Brick Lane Tour (also known as the London That Nobody Knows Tour) we take you to Spitalfields Market, but what does Spitalfields Market have to offer and why have we decided to include it in our East End Tour?

Spitalfields Market used to be a one day a week market but is now London’s oldest market open six days a week with over one hundred traders displaying their wares under beautiful glass canopies.

At Spitalfields Market you will find cutting edge fashion, original pieces of art work, bespoke children’s toys, handmade jewellery along with delicious food and snacks from independent cafes and stalls or you can go to award winning restaurants that surround the market where you can find Giraffe, Canteen and Galvin La Chapell.

If you time your East End Walking Tour right you could even visit when there is a regular free event such as Tango Classes, Fashion Shows, Concerts, Music Festivals or intimate gigs from upcoming musicians.

If the Spitalfields Market was not a good enough reason to book onto the Brick Lane Tour with East End Tours then maybe the walks down side alleys and narrow streets where you can see stunning Edwardian Houses or stumble across chique and cosy cafes you would not normally have found will be further temptation to book onto this tour.

The Brick Lane Tour lasts just over one and half hours and ends in a lovely café or pub where you can sit and relax and have a look at the great snaps you got on your camera. The Brick Lane Tour takes you to the parts of London you would not have otherwise known.