Marolles Flea Market Brussels is a great morning out if you’re looking for something different to do in the capital. Here’s all the info for visiting.
Marolles Flea Market Brussels – A Complete Guide
If you’re staying in the southern part of Brussels the Marolles Flea Market should be within walking distance.
Although if not the best option is to jump on the metro to Louise and walk roughly 10 minutes (850m) to the market.
The market is held on a huge square so it’s unmissable but if in doubt it’s directly in front of Pin Pon Restaurant.
The only market in the world to open 7 days a week, 365 days a year!
The market is open daily 6am – 2pm.
Marolles Flea Market Brussels is one of the most popular markets in the city and the only to be open every single day of the year.
If you fancy something a little different, yet still a typical Brussels experience, then why not head to Marolles Flea Market early one morning.
Unfortunately, we visited when it was raining – though there were still plenty of locals lined out showcasing their antiques and selling off old goods at cheap prices.
From clothing, to artwork, and old brass pots and pans. Marolles Flea Market has everything you’d expect of a typical flea market and is a great way to spend an hour or two. Who knows you may even pick up a unique Belgian souvenir.
Plus it’s surrounded by cafes and restaurants so any excuse for a baguette or some frites!
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