Best Brussels Shopping

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    Vieux Marche

    This flea market has been in operation since 1640, and it's been open daily since 1919. The working-class district of Marolles is a pleasant morning...

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    Avenue Louise

    It makes sense that the fashionable enclave of Ixelles is home to shopping hotspot Avenue Louise. Inno, the city's most well-rounded department store,...

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    Galeries Saint-Hubert

    This Italian Neo-Renaissance arcade is considered one of Europe's oldest "malls." Charged by King Leopold I with its construction in 1837, young architect...

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    To maintain its stellar reputation, Belgian chocolate is strictly monitored for quality by the government. Consequently, it's impossible to find "bad"...

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    This pastry shop is one of Brussels' most famous, and rightly so. Wittamer has been building a reputation since 1910, and locals show up to grab a light...

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    Boutique de Tintin

    A comic memento is a unique, fitting way to remember a trip to Brussels, and no character is more closely associated with Belgium than Tintin. Luckily, this...

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    Manufacture Belge de Dentelle

    How can you visit Belgium without bringing home authentic Belgian lace? Brussels' largest lace-maker offers excellent, reasonably-priced handmade goods,...

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    Place du Grand Sablon

    This square takes its name from "sable," the French word for "sand." Years ago, the area was a nondescript, sandy lowland on the way to Brussels proper....


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