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Shopping in Brussels

Belgium is renowned for its chocolate, so don't leave town without a box or two. Many chocolatiers have set up shop around the Grand'Place. Designer Belgian fashion abounds on Avenue Louise – try the Luc Duchêne store for silk garments. For a one-off, créateur outfit, head to the trendy Antoine Dansaert area. The Sablon is perfect for high-end antique hunting at the weekend, while bric-a-brac is found at the Place du Jeu de Balle Flea Market everyday from 6am.

Wittamer, Brussels. © Maison Wittamer

Shops

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  1. 1. DOD - Shops

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    DOD's five floors of cut-price women's designer clothes on leafy rue du Bailli, off Place du Châtelain, are a bargain-hunter's heaven. There are also DOD menswear, children's and lingerie shops on the same street, offering end-of-season stock in impeccable condition.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Mon-Sat 10am-6.15pm

    Address

    64, rue du Bailli, Brussels 1050

    Telephone

    +32 (0) 2 640 3898

    Transport

    Tram 92 or 94 to Bailli

    Website

    DOD Website

  2. 2. Luc Duchêne - Shops

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    From wide-legged trousers to cocktail dresses, most of Chine's creations are made of 100% silk. The prints are subtle with a vintage feel and there are also embroidered pieces. This is Belgian fashion at its finest in the Louise area.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Mon-Sat 10am-6.30pm

    Address

    82-84, Avenue Louise, Brussels 1050

    Telephone

    +32 (0) 2 512 4552

    Transport

    Louise metro

    Website

    Luc Duchêne Website

  3. 3. Delvaux - Shops

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    Delvaux, Brussels. © Maison Delvaux

    Since 1883, Delvaux has been the leather goods supplier of the Belgian royal family. Buy into the exclusive brand with one of their classic handbags or leather accessories. The store is located in the glass-covered 1840s shopping arcade, Galeries Saint-Hubert.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Mon-Sat 10am-6.30pm; Sun 2pm-5.30pm

    Address

    31, Galerie de la Reine, Brussels 1000

    Telephone

    +32 (0) 2 512 7198

    Transport

    Gare Centrale metro

    Website

    Delvaux Website

Markets

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  1. 4. Sablon Antiques Market - Markets

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    Sablon Antiques Market, Belgium. © Belgian Tourist Office

    Well-heeled locals spend their weekends browsing pristine antiques on Place du Grand Sablon. The shops around the square are best for African antiques and exquisite chocolates. The square's many cafés are perfect for people-watching on a lazy Sunday afternoon.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Market Sat 9am-6pm; Sun 9am-2pm

    Address

    Place du Grand Sablon, Brussels

    Telephone

    +32 (0) 2 478 2316

    Transport

    Tram 92 or 94 to Grand Sablon; Louise or Gare Centrale metro

  2. 5. Place du Jeu de Balle Flea Market - Markets

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    Early risers unearth treasures in the Marché du Jeu de Balle, which sells bric-a-brac from another era. Listen to the stallholders' tales - in Bruxellois dialect only! Plenty of cafés in the Marolles area serve hearty breakfasts after bargain-hunting.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Daily 6am-2pm (until 3pm Sat-Sun)

    Address

    Place du Jeu de Balle, Brussels 1000

    Telephone

    +32 (0) 2 648 8746

    Transport

    Porte de Hal metro

  3. 6. Marché du Châtelain - Markets

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    Place du Châtelain fills with trendy Bruxellois on Wednesday afternoons when the food market appears. Buy Lebanese cuisine to eat immediately or simply soak up the scents and colours. After the market closes, stay for a drink in the neighbourhood.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Wed 1pm-7.30pm

    Address

    Place du Châtelain, Brussels 1050

    Transport

    Tram 81 to Trinité or tram 92 or 94 to Bailli

Specialists

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  1. 7. Wittamer - Specialists

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    Wittamer, Brussels. © Maison Wittamer

    Reigning over Place du Grand Sablon, Wittamer's wares are the pinnacle of sophisticated chocolate confectionery. Think ganaches, pralines, truffles, fruit chocolates and candied orange peel. For afternoon tea, head to Wittamer's taupe and fuchsia tearoom at number six.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Mon 9am-6pm; Tue-Sat 7am-7pm; Sun 7am-6.30pm

    Address

    12-13, Place du Grand Sablon (shop), tearoom is at no. 6, Brussels 1000

    Telephone

    +32 (0)2 512 3742

    Transport

    Tram 92 or 94 to Grand Sablon

    Website

    Wittamer Website

  2. 8. La Boutique Tintin - Specialists

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    Re-live the adventures of Tintin, the spiky-haired, Bruxellois reporter created by Hergé. Located just off the Grand'Place, the boutique sells everything from Tintin clothes to key rings. Visitors can join the Tintin club and receive exclusive information at home.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Mon-Sat 10am-6pm; Sun 11am-5pm

    Address

    13, rue de la Colline, Brussels 1000

    Telephone

    +32 (0) 2 514 5152

    Transport

    Gare Centrale metro

    Website

    Tin Tin Boutique Website

  3. 9. Maison Dandoy - Specialists

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    This traditional shop, selling Belgian speciality biscuits, smells of ginger, butter and spice. Their cinnamon and almond-flavoured speculoos biscuits are great dipped in a cup of tea. Located near the Grand'Place, family-owned Dandoy still makes all its products by hand.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Daily 8.30am-7pm

    Address

    31, rue au Beurre, Brussels 1000

    Telephone

    +32 (0)2 511 0326

    Transport

    Bourse metro

    Website

    Maison Dandoy Website

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