About St Pancras Railway Station
St Pancras Railway Station, also known simply as St Pancras, is one of London's central railway terminuses, situated on Euston Road, Camden. It dates back to the Victorian era, having been constructed by Midland Railway, which had been lacking a dedicated London stop beforehand. It features several pieces of public art, and served as the main London terminus for the Olympic Javelin service in 2012.
Camden Town - London's bohemian corner
Known for its vibrant and bohemian culture, Camden Town is an area where there's always something new to discover. Just a few stops from the centre of the city, visitors flock to Camden in their hundreds to browse its famous market, sample the cuisine of food vendors from all over the world, or catch a show at one of its many eclectic music venues. If you're looking for a part of London that will never fail to surprise you, look no further than Camden.
Find it at Camden Market
Camden Market is a buzzing area of around 200 independent stalls, where you can buy almost anything. Wind through its narrow, Victorian alleys, and browse anything from vinyls to jewellery to alternative clothes to antiques, all interspersed by delectable street food stalls.
Planning a trip to St Pancras Railway Station? Travelodge London Central Kings Cross Hotel is a 10-minute drive away, as is Travelodge Central Euston Hotel.