Shoreditch is one of London’s most impressive areas throughout the year, but springtime provides a new way of seeing the city. We’ve compiled this ultimate itinerary to ensure you make the most of your weekend trip.
Shop till you drop
Whether you’ve got a big event or holiday coming up, or simply want to stock up on some new finds this Spring, Shoreditch has more than enough great venues to cater to your needs. During your stay at the M By Montcalm luxury rooms in Shoreditch you’ll have ample opportunity to indulge in a little retail therapy at some of the best shops in London, including everything from designer stores to one-of-a-kind vintage outlets. If you would rather hunt for accessories, homewares, electronics and much more, you’re in luck – Shoreditch really does have plenty of each.
Browse Old Spitalfields Market
London is known for its plentiful markets, and Old Spitalfields Market is the city’s oldest, as well as one of the most popular. The items on offer here are dazzling in their variety, from handmade items to ‘upscaled’ and vintage furniture plus lots of delicious street food for you to try before checking out of our luxury rooms in Shoreditch.
Check out the local Street Art
Shoreditch is one of the areas in London most well known for street art, with showpieces by everyone from Banksy to lesser known artists developing their craft. If you’re fond of urban art, then you can take part in one of the city’s many street art tours, or simply head to Shoreditch with a camera and an open mind and see what you can find.
Enjoy local street food
Shoreditch is home to lots of great eateries, but if you just want to grab a quick bite to eat, there are lots of chances to do so. Whether browsing at the market or heading out on a shopping spree, you’ll see many destinations catering to every culinary taste.
Head to Columbia Road Flower Market
This delightful weekend flower market is a must-see for visitors staying at a hotel on city road London, within easy reach and offering a stunning array of flora and fauna to browse and purchase. One of London’s major hotspots for both locals and newbies to the city, you’ll be dazzled by the sheer variety and colour on display here, so be sure to bring a camera to take some great snaps of your trip.
Indulge your love of music at Rough Trade East
Music is always popular, but the trend towards physically owning vinyl over digital copies has been seeing a resurgence in recent years, helping to enhance the profile of historic music venues like Rough Trade. This is the place to be if you want to see a mixture of the latest releases and major music classics, all under one roof. It is also home to plenty of gigs from all kinds of local music talent.