This is a traditional working-class neighborhood, dominated by the gargantuan Palais de Justice (constructed in 1866-1883 and ... More
This is a traditional working-class neighborhood, dominated by the gargantuan Palais de Justice (constructed in 1866-1883 and until recently the largest building in the world). The Marolles now offers a wide selection of dining establishments and antiques shops. Classy restaurants line up next to smoky bars. The neighborhood is famous for its daily flea market on Place du Jeu-de-Balle, the central square, but arrive early (before 6am!) if you want to pick up the genuine bargains.
The Marolles is the part of Brussels that boosts of artists and has a daily flea market where you can browse for old artifacts. The little restaurants in the neighborhood and antique shops make it a 'must do' when visiting Brussels.
If you want to see Brussels as lovely and as chaotic and sometimes dirty as it is, you love antiques, old houses, small streets and want to take pictures beyond Grand Place ... just take a trip down to Les Marolles ... but don't forget a map!
'L'Auberge du Souverain' is located in one of the most charming districts of Brussels.The place is calm and offers an
open view on a green area with ponds; if you are looking for an authentic atmosphere don't hesitate to ...
Le Chatelain All Suite Hotel is located off the stylish Avenue Louise, two miles from the Grand Place, and approximately
10 miles from Brussels Airport. This location is also half a mile from the European Parliament and two miles ...
Le Beau Site is a welcoming alternative for the discerning traveller.Ideally located just off the elegant Avenue Louise, Le Beau
site offers a welcome alternative be it for business or pleasure. It is only steps away from museums, art ...