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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
It's not the first time we've visited the Flea Market but definitely one of the best. Always amazes us what we'll find - this time a stand selling old or not so old laboratory glass ware. Quickfit to those that know - something I've used...More
This flea market has a lot to look at and pick from and we did find one small pitcher that we purchased. However, it was very messy like the left-overs from a garage sale, and one item we looked for, sunglasses, were too expensive for...More
Came here on a Sunday before our train back to Amsterdam, 10minute walk from Brussels Midi. Lots to look at some good, some bad, some ugly.
You can and should barter otherwise you'll be scammed. You can do the whole market in as quick as...More
Marche Aux Puces Des Marolles is arguably Brussels most famous flea market and is a vibrant and busy market on market day ,personally I have never seen the attraction of the flea market as most of the "goods " on offer look like landfill to...More
Went to Marolles Flea Market on two separate Sundays. There is a huge variety of merchandise, from dubious to glamorous, but that is the nature of flea markets. Vendors selling every conceivable item, and bargaining, of course, is mandatory. For travelers, some of the larger...More
We chanced upon the Marche aux Puces just as it was closing up and the street cleaning team were moving in, but we could see that this was an eclectic market with anything and everything for sale, and all on a daily basis. Worth a...More