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If you are not a fan of flee markets, then don't come here. This is a true flee market where anybody can sell their things. A lot of the stuff here are old and not worth much, but that's some of the idea.
Flea markets make me wonder where does all this come from. Why do people get rid of their belongings. This is an attraction in Brussels, as it is a big square where nearly everyday vendors display lots of china, silverware and whatever happens to be...More
This is really worth a visit. I was there on Sunday morning and rummaged around for an hour before buying some lovely china tea cups and saucers. (There are lots of cafés all around the square for coffee, breakfasts and snacks if you need a...More
It is always interesting to visit markets in foreign cities. We had an enjoyable hour wandering around the stalls. I can’t say we were tempted to buy anything....it was much more junk and very few antiques.
On weekdays everything is much cheaper. At around 1pm many stallholders will start selling everything at one euro per piece (house clearance stuff, nothing fancy) and there will be boxes of discarded stuff you can have for free. Sure, it´s all junk, but you may...More
We did not specifically plan to visit and came across it by chance on a Saturday morning. It was however a nice surprise and we wonder around the stall for a while browsing. The goods varied from tiny earrings to knight's body armour. Lots of...More
This market was a stroll from the city centre and there was some decent shops along the way. It is a flea market so there is a lot of rubbish for sale. A lot of brass, glass and silverware for sale that didn't interest us....More