Gare du Midi Market
Gare du Midi Market is thought to be the largest market of its kind in Europe, known as Midi market locally. The market stalls stretch as far as the eye can see and take over the external area of Gare du Midi
, Brussels’ largest International train station, minutes from Park Inn by Radisson Brussels Midi Hotel.
This multicultural market is the perfect place to spend a Sunday morning. Open every Sunday from 6am-2pm, it is recommended an early start to allow time to see everything. With an average of over 450 stalls each week, this bustling market has something for everyone.
Midi market offers an array of culinary delights. With a particularly strong influence from Mediterranean and North African cultures, visitors will find limitless displays of spices, cheeses, chocolates and meats. In addition to this, are stalls with clothing, leather goods, flowers and handmade crafts. There is also a diverse choice in food stands including crêpes and not forgetting Belgium waffles.
Alternative Brussels Markets
A number of local markets, including flea markets and antiques fares can easily be reached from Gare du Midi and Brussels city centre. Marolles Flea Market
is the city’s largest flee market. Situated on Place du Jeu de Balle, it is open daily from early morning until 2pm. This is another market which is worth an early morning visit.
If you are staying at Park Inn by Radisson Brussels Midi Hotel, Gare du Midi Market is just 150 metres from your doorstep. After visiting the market you can return to contemporary accommodation and take advantage of the hotel services or enjoy a relaxing meal at RBG Bar & Grill.