The Best Of Notting Hill In Photos

Laura Reynolds
By Laura Reynolds Last edited 28 months ago
The Best Of Notting Hill In Photos

We've decided. Notting Hill must be London's most colourful neighbourhood — and that's before you factor in Carnival weekend. The rest of the year, it's still a hive of activity, with Portobello Road antiques market open every Saturday.   

Take a look around the Notting Hill area, encompassing Portobello Road, Notting Hill Gate, Ladbroke Grove and Royal Oak. Tempted to visit? Check out our guide to the best pubs in the area or the best places to eat and drink in Notting Hill.

Black cab on Portobello Road. Photo: Sule Turem
Portobello Road Market. Photo: DncnH
Pastel hues on Westbourne Park Road. Photo: Nick Walker
The Grade II* listed Trellick Tower in Westbourne Park, designed by Erno Goldfinger and completed in 1972. Photo: Ekaterina Nosenko (Katia)
Rainbow houses near Portobello Road Market. Photo: Stephanie Sadler
Skate park in Royal Oak. Photo: old_skool_paul
More colour on the Portobello Road. Photo: Sule Turem
The Churchill Arms, on the corner of Campden Street and Kennington Church Street is known for its enthusiastic floral displays. It also features in the Londonist pub guide. Photo: Daniel
R2D2 street art in Ladbroke Grove. Photo: Matt Brown
A slice of Americana on Portobello Road. Photo: Keri Bevan
Painter at Notting Hill Carnival. Photo: Mario Mitsis
Horses in the rain in 2007. Photo: Martin-James
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Musicians performing on Portobello Road. Photo: Clara on the Road
The Electric Cinema is one of the oldest working cinemas in the country, opening in 1910. Photo: Northern Heights
People enjoying the Notting Hill Carnival weekend. Photo: Ekaterina Nosenko (Katia)
Notting Hill really is a hill. Photo: Rafael Lopezeta
Notting Hill Gate. Photo: sickskier

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Last Updated 08 March 2016