A number of flea markets will take place in Brussels this weekend. With Car Free Sunday coming as well, Brussels will be full of people eager to explore the city by foot, skateboard, bicycle... anything but cars! Why not make the most of Brussels without the traffic by checking out the flea markets?
On Rue de Flandre this Saturday (and Sunday as well) from 09:30 to 19:00 there will be 200 stalls to browse through.
Find 100 market stands in Woluwe-Saint-Lambert from 08:00 in the Constellations-Pléiades-Capricorn districts.
Like every Saturday, the flea market Allée du Kaai (next to Tour & Taxis) is from 10:00.
Meet at Chaussée Saint Job in Uccle from 07:00 to 17:00.
Residents of the Erasmus district of Anderlecht will hold a garage sale from 10:20.
Car Free Sunday is this weekend and though the weather forecast is currently looking a bit damp, will be high as pedestrians and cyclists discover the freedom for a city with no cars.
The Mettewie flea market this Sunday is in Molenbeek-Saint-Jean runs from 08:00 to 18:30 with 250 stalls to stroll through.
The 12th neighbourhood flea market will take place at Place Dailly in Schaerbeek from 09:00.
Perfect for Car Free Sunday, the 10th edition of "Châtelain sous Oxygen" will take place in Ixelles. The outdoor event will welcome more than 500 exhibitors, both individuals and small businesses.
- Car Free Sunday: Getting around without a car
- All public transport in Brussels free on Car Free Sunday
- Car Free Sunday: Brussels to be largest car-free zone in Europe
In Jette, a large flea market will take place in Rue Tilmont. Also in the area, the 15th flea market of the Ketjes of Dieleghem.
Lastly, the flea market at Place Loix in Saint-Gilles will open at 09:00.
And in case you were wondering, Brussels' famed flea market on Place Jeu de Balle in the Marolles area will of course be running on Saturday and Sunday.