Brixton has always been buzzing, but it's only recently that it has been attracting the attention that it deserves.
Over the few years, the market has blossomed into a must-visit destination for foodies and market lovers alike.
Born in 1870, this thriving market, which originally specialised in fresh fruit and veg and Caribbean foods, is now a bustling market bursting at the seams with trendy upmarket boutique shops and artisan restaurants.
The place for cheap eats and tasty treats...
From handmade dumplings at Mama Lan to fresh crepes at Senzala, to-die-for burgers at Honest Burgers and tasty Thai at Kao Sarn, visitors are spoilt for choice in this urban cornucopia of culinary delights.
Once you've scoffed your way through the dizzying array of restaurants in the village, fill up your shopping basket with bargain priced fresh fruits and vegetables at one of the many market stalls.
Enjoy a spot of shopping...
If it's something more unique you're looking for, visit one of the many vintage shops for a one-off find. Personal favourites include Leftovers (womenswear) or Brixi (home decor).
After your shopping and dining experiences are complete, head to Seven or Three Eight Four for some seriously cool cocktails and tapas, where you can kick back and watch the world go by.