The Grand Place will return to its roots as a vast market for the day. It takes on a completely different look as it welcomes some 30 vendors from the city's 15 markets: artisans, antiques dealers, greengrocers and clothes sellers. They will all come to sell their products and represent their market whilst reminding people how far they are from the Grand Place. This is a way of showing people that the City of Brussels' markets are easily accessible and allowing Brussels residents and tourists alike to discover their diversity.
The first market of the season also sees the launch of the international "I Love my Market" campaign.
"For the public, the Market of Markets is an opportunity to do a bit of shopping, have fun and above all discover Brussels stallholders that they would not usually visit." Marion Lemesre, Alderwoman for Economic Affairs.
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Grand Place stop : Bus 48, 95
Central Station stop : Metro 1, 5 and Bus 29, 38, 63, 65, 66, 71, 86
Interparking Square Albertine