Brussels ranks as one of Europe’s best capital city for flea market shopping. And to the trained eye, its streets on flea market days are literally filled with treasures. Bargain hunters, antiques dealers, collectors and other vintage enthusiasts regularly haunt Brussels’ flea markets, like gold diggers. From the Place du Jeu de Balle to the Place du Sablon, all seams are good in order to dig up a hidden gem at the flea market.
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The flea market at Place du Jeu de Balle, also known as the “Old Market” (the “Vieux Marché” in French), is located in the heart of the Marolles district in Brussels, and is certainly the most famous flea market in Belgium’s capital city: 450 merchants work there every day of the year – this flea market is for professional sellers only. Built in 1853, along with the nearby rue Blaes, the Place du Jeu de..Read More
The antiques and vintage hotspot of Rue Haute and Rue Blaes is situated in the Marolles district of old Brussels. The area was originally named after the nuns that lived there centuries ago – and locals today are still known as ‘Marolliens’. It’s a perfect place to browse, and maybe visit the famous Place du Jeu de Balle flea market. Today the streets of Rue Haute and Rue Blaes are lined with an eclectic selection of..Read More