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Marché du Midi

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Marché du Midi

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Boulevard du Midi, Brussels 1000 Belgium
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Experience Brussels like a local on this half-day walking tour. Customize an itinerary to suit your interests and let a Belgian host show you the neighborhoods, markets, restaurants, bars, galleries, and landmarks that will ensure a memorable trip to Belgium’s capital city. Taste delicious Belgian beer and chocolate and discover hidden spots you won’t find in guide books.
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Vanessa P - Jaywalking around Town wrote a review Sep 2020
Calgary, Canada1,066 contributions461 helpful votes
Super fun to visit. Also, we got Free samples everywhere we went. We ended up eating lebanese food, affordable and delicious. Good to see local culture!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Trainbleu wrote a review Dec 2019
Brussels, Belgium20,986 contributions722 helpful votes
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The big Sunday morning (until 1 p.m.) ‘Marché du Midi’ around the ‘Gare du Midi’ railway station is not a tourist attraction. It’s just an ordinary, very busy street market mainly offering cheap clothes and foot ware, household items, fruit and vegetables and other food produce (cheese, olives, herbs, etc.), flowers and plants. Especially towards the end of the market or if you buy in large quantities rates may be lower than those of local shops or supermarkets. The market caters mainly, but not exclusively, to the large and diverse migrant population of Brussels. On sunny days, strolling about the Marché du Midi and the nearby flea market on Place du Jeu de Balle is a nice Sunday morning outing. Beware of pickpockets though.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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GeoffHodges wrote a review Aug 2018
NYC12 contributions5 helpful votes
This is a fantastic Sunday market right outside Midi Station – the whole market is huge but the food area behind the station is a must visit. Try the Moroccan crepes. These are flat breads with cream cheese and a choice of mixed olives, sun dried tomatoes or whatever else you what on it drizzled with honey. €2.50 a crepe. Bring a bag to fill up with fresh fruit and veg and then if you're between trains jump back on the Eurostar.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Alan I wrote a review May 2018
Stevenage, United Kingdom82 contributions24 helpful votes
the Sunday market outside of the Gare Du Midi station is huge there are over 100 stalls selling everything (fruit ,veg ,plants food and clothes ) possible at reasonable prices .
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Date of experience: May 2018
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Steeve wrote a review May 2018
Lubumbashi, Democratic Republic of the Congo3,858 contributions436 helpful votes
This is the ideal place to buy fruits and vegetables for the week if you live in Brussels or nearby. It is on Sunday morning, in front of the biggest train station of Brussels, the Midi Station.
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Date of experience: May 2018
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