10. BOROUGH MARKET:
One of the city’s biggest and most established sustenance markets. It hurls with both visitors and local people expanding at a confounding cluster of gastronomic enjoyments and sneering free samples.
This super market in London Bridge has a history that returns to the thirteenth century, and it’s livelier than any time in recent memory: Borough Market is pressed with craftsman brokers, for example, Brindisa and Monmouth Coffee. It’s likewise home to the absolute best eateries and bars in the city. Sit down underneath the glass-and-iron rooftop and watch the dealers pack up after one more day.