#Discover the City – Sundays: East London and Afternoon Tea – experience the opposite

Happy Sunday everyone! Ready for breakfast? Great! So let’s get either on a bus or a tube and start the day at Columbia Road Flowers Market! http://www.columbiaroad.info/flowermarket … I recommend to be there also early again before it’s too busy. It’s the perfect Sunday start! You can listen some musicians or the voices at the flower stalls „10 roses a fiver!“, get cappuccino and a croissant or sit down in one of the really cosy coffee places and you can explore the nice little shops on the side ….

You can then stroll along down to Brick Lane and the Markets there. http://www.bricklanemarket.com/ There is lots to explore also in the side streets. You will also find great and various food options for lunch, particularly in the former Truman Brewery building.

And you can finish off your market visits with the one at Spitalfield https://oldspitalfieldsmarket.com/

If you want to see some great Street Art this is the area to start to explore. Every Sunday there is also a guided walk just focusing on Street Art … http://www.walks.com/ … starting at 1:45 pm Uk time at Liverpool Street Station for approx 2 hours. I have done the walk many times already and I promise you will see every time new pieces.

To let all the impressions of the day settle I would recommend to take some rest enjoying a really great Afternoon Tea at the Ivy City Garden near Liverpool Street Station https://theivycitygarden.com/?utm_source=G&utm_medium=organic&utm_campaign=G_LPM_The_Ivy_City_Garden

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