Love your local market campaign

In May and June 2023, the City of Brussels is participating in the international campaign "Love Your Local Market," which aims to promote markets and their vitality. Numerous activities will be organized at the weekly markets throughout the city.

Every year, around the world, this international campaign aims to promote markets and their vibrancy. It's a great opportunity to highlight that markets support short distribution channels while also being a place for social interaction and creating employment.

This year in Brussels, the closing event will take place on Thursday, June 1st, with the Market of Markets at De Muntplein (Place de la Monnaie). For one day, the famous square will transform to host around thirty vendors from the city's 15 markets, including artisans, antique dealers, fresh produce sellers, local producers, and even clothing vendors. They will all come to offer their products and represent their respective markets!

During the week of May 22nd and throughout the "Love Your Local Market" campaign, the City will organize various activities and events at your local markets, including concerts, creative workshops, raffles, and much more. These activities help energize different neighborhoods in the city and also promote important values such as the importance of eating local, fighting food waste, and supporting family farming. These events are often organized in partnership with local associations.


I find at the market

Supply market
Tasting market
Sustainable market
Art and old objects market
Leisure goods

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Practical information

Place de la Monnaie
11:00 > 18:00
Public transport
Bourse stop : Tram 3, 4, 32 and Bus 86, 48, 95
Grand Place stop : Bus 48, 95
Central Station stop : Metro 1, 5 and Bus 29, 38, 63, 65, 66, 71, 86
De Brouckère stop: Metro - Bus - Tram
Interparking Grand Place
Interparking Square Albertine

To see around

The Grand Place is the central square of the City of Brussels. It is famous the world over for its stunning decorative and aesthetic style and is bordered by guild houses, the Town Hall and the King's House. Brussels Grand Place has been a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1998.


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