Very nice neighborhood.. A lot of artistic stores, antique dealers and vintage shops. We enjoyed the spirit there. Must visit.
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This neighbourhood was part of the City Sightseeing Bus tour. We arrived at this place around 4+ in the evening. All shops were closed, except for grocery stores. There were people hanging around the streets just staring at other people and us. Didn't get a...More
The attraction is the whole quarter. Parking on the street is possible but sparse. There is a lot to look and see. A lot of bars, restaurant and shops are located there. The architecture of the buildings is interesting, like in nouveau art style.
Great place to go for a weekend stroll (many shops are closed on weekdays): there's lots of vintage clothing stores, antique furniture places, a flea market on Place du Jeu de Balle, many restaurants and cafés, tattoo parlours... Typical Brussels district - must see.
I've lived in Brussels for a year, just a little over a mile away, and knew nothing about Les Marolles district. We discovered it by walking around on car-free Sunday and were happily surprised by Rue Haute and Rue Blaes. There are so many wonderful...More
A lively area with an endless collection of shops selling modernist items from furniture to bric a brac, art galleries, brasseries and more. Eat at Restobieres
This used to be the area where the poor people of Brussels lived. Today, it is a popular and trendy multicultural area, with nice antiques shops (expensive though) and African art shops. The easiest way to get here is to take the elevator on the...More
Lively, good weather than nice terraces with good food and drinks. If you need antics or art all shops and possibilities are in this place.
It's nice flea market with many second hand stuff. At first sight you may think there's nothing interesting, but after some searching you can buy great glasses and plates and vinyls from 60's only for 2,5euro! Don't expect there any antiques.