I have been going to this flea market since I was a little boy and it still is a great experience... I now go with my wife and friends and we still are charmed by the local bohemian feel about it. Most tourists know this market from week ends in Brussels but it goes on every day as from the early hours till noon. You used to be able to discover great quality finds and - if you were very lucky - some real antiques but those days are over. However, in the streets around the square you can still find some "real stuff" - there are many antique and interior shops around. Do have a beer in one of the local bars, if you're lucky you'll hear some of the real Marolliens (the name of the people living in that quarter of town) sing folksongs in the Brussels dialect. There are also some nice little restaurants and this makes for a great starting place on a lazy Sunday.
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