De Wand market

This market is located in a garden, at the intersection of Rue de Wand and Avenue Wannecouter and sells local and sustainable produce. You will find a wide range of high-quality produce in an attractive setting: fruit and vegetables, bread and speciality foods, as well as olives, cheeses and chocolate. When the good weather arrives, there is a wonderful atmosphere!

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Marché de Wand
Marché de Wand
Marché de Wand
Marché de Wand

I find at the market

Sustainable market
14 spaces
Drinks and snacks
Speciality foods
Fruits and vegetables
Organic fruits and vegetables
Prepared dishes
Farm products
Dairy products
Roast/grilled meats

50.899568201602, 4.3592438093284

Practical information

Avenue Wannecouter, 1020 Brussels
2pm to 7pm (November to March)
2pm to 8pm (April to October)
Public transport
De Wand stop : Tram 3, 7, 19 and Bus 53, 83
Trade Mart car park
ATM nearby (BNP Paribas Fortis, Belfius, ING, BPOST)

To see around

The nearby Rue de Wand, which leads to the market, is a shopping street with small shops and big-name brands and is perfect for finding just what you need. Less than a 10-minute walk from De Wand market, you can admire the Japanese tower, built for the Paris Universal Exhibition in 1900, and the Chinese Pavilion. If you get the chance, visit the royal greenhouses in Laeken, which are open to the public only three weeks a year, in spring. Cross the vast Parc de Laeken and visit the Atomium, the iconic Brussels monument.


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Markets Unit


Rue de Halles, 4
1000 Brussels
02 279 25 20
02 279 25 29

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