Brixton Village

If you’re looking for a cool, diverse, creative, and full of fun place to visit with your friends and family, look no further! For here at Brixton Village you can have it all. Literally! From its quirky pubs and bars to uber cool street art, Brixton Village is an absolute-must for all you trendy and vibrant souls. Situated right into the heart of South London, this amazing neighborhood is the birthplace of the famous David Bowie, making it an even frequently visited tourist attraction site.

Blow off some steam at Brockwell Park
The streets of Brixton are always husting and bustling with tourists and traffic. Head over to this beauteous park built right into the center of this village to spend some time alone with the nature and your loved ones. Its open space provides a great environment to blow off some steam and the flower gardens, ponds, and playgrounds are a great means of enjoying the London weather.

Eat at the Brixton Market
The world renowned arcades built around this village features more than a hundred local traders selling all kinds of food items from around the world. The outdoor markets offer some of the freshest produce in the city and little eateries like Electric Avenue, Mama Lan, Franco Manca, and Chicken liquor are an absolute-must to try. So whether you’re in the mood for tacos, Moroccan tagines, Spicy Caribbean delights, or plain old pizza, Brixton Market has got you covered.

Shop at Bookmongers
Brixton offers a great place to purchase some of the best literary works of England at this cute little bookstore – Bookmongers. A treasure haven, this bookstore is a home to all kinds of books namely; poetry, plays, cookery, and even craft books.

Entertain yourself at Ritzy
A true Brixton institute, Ritzy is a great place to catch a late-night film or show. Being one of the oldest cinemas in London, this place still lives up to its old school vibe and vintage look. It even has a little bar and café to catch a glass of beer or cup of coffee with your pals.

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