Place du Jeu-de-Balle Flea Market
Josephine Baker Mural
In one of the most distinctive Marolles murals, slinky chanteuse Josephine, with a leopard on a lead, shakes hands with a rotund monk....
Victor Horta's first civic commission, the charming Jardin d’Enfants in the Marolles still functions as a schoolhouse.
This Hergé character uses the terrace end brilliantly for a little spying.
La Démence, held at Fuse, is a hugely popular gay rave that attracts men from all over Europe and beyond. It’s only on once a month;...
Beer-based twists on typical Belgian meals served in a delightful if slightly cramped restaurant. The walls are plastered with bottles,...
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Place du Jeu-de-Balle Flea Market information
The quintessential Marolles experience is haggling at this chaotic flea market, established in 1919. Weekends see it at its liveliest, but for the best bargains, head here early morning midweek.