The Saint Pholien flea market is located just a few steps away from the city center of Liege, and has become over time, in the opinion of connoisseurs, a true “Champs Elysee flea market” run both by Liegeois and other citizens of the Euroregion. Yet it exudes a friendly village atmosphere.
Once a week, around 200 sellers, mostly professional merchants, gather on the Boulevard de la Constitution and the square Jehan-le-Bel, to sell a variety of quality merchandises. The items sold, usually come straight from attics and their prices are often very affordable.
The Saint Pholien flea market is not very big and it will not take you more than 2 hours to go around. After that you’ll have time to visit the city and enjoy a good meal accompanied by a local beer in one of the nearby old cafés and brasseries.
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