Marolles Flea Market, Brussels

About Marolles Flea Market, Brussels

Marolles Flea Market, Brussels - Address, Phone Number

Address: Place du Jeu de Balle, 1000 Bruxelles, Belgium

Phone: +32-25040211

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 06:00 am - 03:00 pm Details

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Almost 500 merchants lay down their goods here every day of the year. It’s practically the only reason people come to the Marolles area. Most of the stuff sold here would qualify as junk but if you look hard enough you can find some real treasures. The range of wares covers antiques, furniture, books, vintage clothes, jewellery, interior decor, art, shoes, statues, metalwork - it’s a completely hodgepodge collection. No matter what you find the rowdy and bustling atmosphere alone is worth visiting for. Come early morning on the weekends for the best finds. And though you can bargain a little the prices are already quite low.

Marolles Flea Market Information

  • Don’t negotiate prices too hard at the flea market.

How To reach Marolles Flea Market by Public Transport

  • Buses 27, 48, N12 stop Jeu de Balle.
  • Trams 92, 93 stop Poelaert.
  • Trams 3, 4, 32 stop Lemonnier.
  • Trams 2, 6 stop Louise.

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  • Very enjoyable walking around and taking a look at everything on display. Definitely a good half an hour or more can be spent meandering around here and there are plenty of cafe's bars and antique shops nearby to keep you entertained.

  • Fun market where you can get old goods and furnitures originally from garage sales.

  • Antiques, old clothes, jewellery from various vendors. For the more pricey items haggling is kind of mandatory. A decent knowledge of French helps. I honestly think it's a bit overrated.

  • Great for a wander around. Found some really cool stuff for sale and there are plenty of cafés and bars nearby too.

  • Great little market. Off the tourist path. A few nice cafés around it. It looks like the locals opened the door to their houses and the contents fell out. It takes a lot of sifting through to find that gem, but very interesting.

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