The Grand-Place daily flower market wins the prize for the most picturesque of Brussels' markets (Mon-Sat 8am-6pm); the Grand-Place also hosts a bird market on Sundays 9am-1pm. Although the swankiest antiques and collectibles market is held at place du Grand Sablon (Sat 9am-6pm, Sun 9am-2pm), the real bargains can be found at the flea market on place du Jeu de Balle in the Marolles quarter. It's held every morning from 7am to 2pm, but it's at its biggest - and most expensive - at weekends, where the eccentric muddle of colonial spoils, quirky odds and ends and domestic and ecclesiastical bric-à-brac give an impression of a century's bourgeois fads and fashions. The largest and most colourful food market is held every Sunday (6am-1pm) at Gare du Midi , a bazaar-like affair, with traders crammed under the railway bridge and spilling out into the surrounding streets. Stands sell pitta, olives, North African raï tapes, spices, herbs and pulses, among the vegetables and cheap clothes. There's also a picturesque food market at place du Châtelain every Wednesday, cram-packed with tiny stalls selling fresh vegetables, cheeses, cakes and pastries, as well as fine laces, plants and flowers, and home-made wines.
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