Maelbeek Garden market can be found in the heart of the European district, between Rue la Loi and the Parc du Cinquantenaire every Thursday afternoon. Officials and local residents mingle around the high-quality stands and a small tasting bar throughout the afternoon and until mid-evening. Enjoy your meal break and discover different English, French, Spanish and Portuguese specialities, as well as attractive stands displaying sausages and cheeses from Savoie and fresh bread.
Drinks and snacks
Fruits and vegetables
Jardin de la Vallée du Maelbeek, 1000 Brussels
Maelbeek stop: Tram 1, 5 and Bus 22, 59, 64
Schuman car park, Charlemagne car park, Maelbeek car park
ATM KBC nearby
Make the most of the market's location to take a walk in the Jardin de la Vallée du Maelbeek, an attractive green space surrounded by the Berlaymont building, the headquarters of the European Commission, and the Council of the European Union. Along Rue de la Loi, you will find the main European institutions, the major Belgian ministries and the Belgian Parliament. The European quarter is home to some excellent museums: the Royal Museums of Art and History, the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences and the Wiertz Museum.