In Bruxelles, you’ll understand that Sunday is sacred, that one walks around half-awake, that quiet is king in the streets but there is always entertainment and activities.
Sundays all shops (antiques, exotic and modern art, chocolates, fashion …) around the Sablon square are open. Furthermore one has the open air antique market from 9 a.m. till 1 p.m. on the square along the church. It is at less than 100 m of the Museum of Ancient Arts with among others its renowned paintings of Flemish primitives.
Take your pick : the prestigious Museums of Ancient and Modern Art, the Belvue Museum which tells the story of our sovereigns, the Museum of Musical Instruments (MIM), the Memorial Roi Baudouin, the ING cultural space, the Coudenberg archaeological site, the Palais des Beaux Arts, the Palace of Charles of Lorraine, all these prestigious places clustered together in a single neighbourhood.
Before going, please look at :
This shopping area will give shelter to more then 50 stores that will sell food and only food.
A bistro is organized by B-Food.
Each Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Rue Ropsy Chaudron, 24 - 1070 Anderlecht
Sunday brunch in Brussels
Quai des Péniches, 2 - 1000 Bruxelles
+ 32 (0)2 203 64 06
Rue Ropsy Chaudron, 24 -1 070 Anderlecht
Rue Théodore Verhaeren 158 - 1060 Saint-Gilles
0486 882 996