You can find the Camden backpacker hostel nestled between Camden and Mornington Crescent tube stations. The short walk to the hostel is more than enough to convince you that Camden High Street is one of the most exciting areas in London.
You get the usual crowds of directionless people rushing in many directions and the Camden residents who at the very least are an eclectic bunch. Body modification is taken to a higher level in this neighborhood and bright pink Mohawks are the norm. It's more than likely that you'll spend half of your time in Camden people watching and the other half absorbing the many fascinating sights and sounds on offer.
Exploring Camden requires a very sturdy pair of shoes because you are going to be covering a lot of ground. Start with a thorough examination of the High Street with its shops, cafes, pubs, bars and restaurants before making your way to the Markets. Six separate markets overflow into each other and provide endless hours of treasure hunting. When you need a rest, you can pull up a chair in one of the many outdoor cafés that line the Camden Locks, grab a coffee and watch the barges go by.
When the evening comes, you can choose from a barrel load of great venues including the Roundhouse Theatre, the Electric Ballroom, Koko's, the Jazz Café and the Dublin Castle. Camden is absolutely saturated with fantastic live music venues and small production theatre companies - guaranteeing that you will never have a dull night.
The best way to kick off a Camden night out is with a round at your very own neighbourhood local, Belushi's. The ground floor bar of our hostel is the hot spot for cheap eats, fantastic drink deals, international sport screenings, impromptu pool tournaments and the latest Pop and Rock on the sound system. Best of all when you present your free Beds and Bars Card we reward you with a 10% backpacker discount on all food and all drinks, all day!