Anneessens market

Place Anneessens transforms into a small market on Tuesday mornings along the Boulevard Maurice Lemonnier in the heart of Brussels. A number of food and textile stalls surround the marble statue of François Anneessens that takes centre stage in the square. The produce is simple and excellent value for money.

Marché Anneessens
Marché Anneessens
Marché Anneessens
Marché Anneessens
Marché Anneessens

I find at the market

Type
Supply market
Size
23 spaces
Products
Household items
Confectionery
Speciality foods
Fruits and vegetables
Leather items
Fashion
Fishing goods
Textiles

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Practical information

Place Anneessens, 1000 Brussels
Days
Tuesday
Time
8am to 1pm
Public transport
Anneessens stop: Tram 3, 4, 32, 82 and Bus 46
Parking
Rouppe car park
Panorama car park
Bank
ATM nearby (Attijariwafa and Belfius)

To see around

The market is half-way between the Midi station district, the pedestrian centre and the UNESCO zone. The bars and restaurants of the Saint-Géry district are just a few minutes' walk away. Stroll down Boulevard Maurice Lemonnier shopping street and you will come across Notre-Dame de Bon Secours church, followed by the imposing Brussels Stock Exchange. Don't miss the nearby Manneken Pis, a place and symbol inextricably linked to Brussels.

Contact

A question ? A suggestion ?

Markets Unit

Place du Samedi, 1
      1000
      Brussels
02 279 25 20
02 279 25 29
marches.markten@brucity.be


Open for public: 
from Monday to Friday from 9 am to noon, Tuesday from 2 pm to 4 pm