Camden Removals is a term used to define the moving services provided within the Camden areas of London. If you are looking for removal companies that serve the Camden area then you have found the right removal company, Careful Removals UK’s moving services starts from 100 miles around London including areas within the Camden borough, we serve the Camden area and deliver to most of Europe.
Here are the list of services delivered:
- House removals Camden
- Office removals in Camden
- Furniture removals in Camden
- Junk Removal Services Camden
- Camden Recycle Services
- Camden Business relocation
All you Need to Know about Camden.
If we sat down and talked about all things in Camden, we would probably spend the whole day and not even get to a half of it. It is one of the busiest and most diverse boroughs in London, being the home to such names as Bloomsbury, Kentish and Hampstead and Primrose Hill.
We would run out of words to describe everything that the borough has, since it has everything! The location of King’s Cross Station, which is the magical portal to Hogwarts is found here. For this reason, we will touch on the main attractions in Camden, which has been a residential area since the 1790’s.
Camden has 1,379 streets, best of which is the one between Russell Square and Farrington, called the Lamb’s Conduit Street. We say that it is the best street because it offers you a glimpse into the older London and has very few chain stores, unlike other areas of the city.
Camden is famous for its cultural theatres, most of which are hidden gems. The best of them is Koko, which was built in 1900 and still retains its opulence – so much so that famous acts like Coldplay and others have performed here in the past. Other tourist magnets include the Regent’s Park and the London Zoo. However, these are nothing compared to the Queen Mary Garden, boasting over 12,000 rose plants – which makes the setting magical, no matter the season.
Tourists also flock areas like the Camden Lock, Covent Garden and Holborn. It is one of the best places to visit, interact with other cultures or conduct business.
Some of the best shopping places in the whole of London are found in Camden. Here, you can search and purchase for anything you need – at a great price. The locks on the Regent’s canal are all the rage for shoppers, where you can get shopping items ranging from fashion accessories to antiques, books, music and artworks. In addition, the region is also the centre of London’s underground music scene and is also the home to the British Library, whose 150 million books are stacked on shelves which stretch for more than 620 kilometres.
Hundreds of notable restaurants can be found in Camden. Most of them are parts of large chains but there are also individual, sole proprietorships. Notable names like the Jin Kichi and Bull&Last offer some of the choicest gourmets in the region. Whenever you are feeling peckish, there are numerous eateries and street vendors where you can get food or drinks. The restaurants and pubs are always near you, and they are well stocked with a vibrant variety of drinks for your pleasure.
There is a large spectrum of activities for someone visiting Camden. You may want to start your excursion at the art exhibitions at Gob Gallery, and then proceed to the photographic displays at the Proud Camden- before going to the Camden Arts Centre and the Jewish Museum. For someone who needs something livelier, there is always the area around Regent’s Canal to the Primrose Hill, offering spectacular views.