Peter Benoit market

Place Peter Benoit, named after the Belgian composer and professor of music, is overlooked by the unusual Church of Saints Peter and Paul. The market is small but spacious. It has the calm, friendly atmosphere of a small village market.

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marché Peter Benoit
Marché Peter Benoit
Marché Peter Benoit
Marché Peter Benoit
Marché Peter Benoit

I find at the market

Supply market
15 spaces
Fruits and vegetables
Food products
Farm products
Roast/grilled meats

50.8960921, 4.3876114

Practical information

Place Peter Benoit, 1120 Brussels
8am to 6pm
Public transport
Peter Benoît stop: Bus 53, 56
Croix de Guerre stop: Bus 47, 53, 56
Heembeek stop: Tram 7
A large number of payable parking spaces in the area
ATM Nearby

To see around

Place Peter Benoit lies in the Neder-Over-Heembeek district, which was part of a separate municipality for many years until it became part of the city in 1921. Rue François Vekemans, which leads to the market, is a shopping street with a range of restaurants and shops. Fancy a walk? Visit the huge Laeken Park, which boasts the stunning Castle of Laeken. If you fancy a snack, don't miss the famous friterie (chip shop) "Chef Jef", which has won several awards and can be found behind the church.


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Markets Unit


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

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