Sablon-Marolles Walk Brussels
In the South of Brussels, you will discover another side of the city. Discover the Marolles and Sablon districts during your stay in Brussels.
The Sablon and Marolles districts are very close to each other but they are also very different giving its charm to Brussels, a city where you can discover different atmospheres during a walk.
The Sablon district is considered as a smart district where you will find many antique dealers and chocolate makers.
This district separates the North and the South parts of Brussels.
You will enjoy its numerous cafés, bars and restaurants. The Royal Fine Art Museum, the Egmont Park and Notre Dame Church are also located in this district.
The Marolles district is said to be popular and is famous for its flee markets that takes place every morning on the “Jeu de balle” place.
You will find there many remarkable buildings such as the Wine Palace or the “Porte du Hal” that welcomes many temporary exhibitions.
In this 800-year-old district, you will discover Brussels traditions, for example, the “zwanze”, a typically Belgian humour.
During your stay in Brussels, you will easily enjoy many interesting districts, such as the European quarter if you stay in our hotel in Brussels city centre.
For more information, visit the webpage dedicated to the Sablon-Marolles Walk.