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Visit to the Marollen and a drink

Hosted by the Consul of the Brussels Dutch Speaking Group
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Took place 1 month ago
Thu 26 May 16:00 - 20:00

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The Marolles (French, French pronunciation: ​[maˈʁɔl]) or Marollen (Dutch, Dutch pronunciation: [maˈrɔlə(n)]) is a popular historic neighbourhood of downtown Brussels, Belgium, situated between the Palace of Justice and Brussels-South railway station.[1] Its inhabitants are called Marolliens.

Lying at the heart of Marolles are the Chapel Church and the Place du Jeu de Balle/Vossenplein. Major arteries of the district include the Rue Haute/Hoogstraat, the Rue Blaes/Blaesstraat and the Rue des Tanneurs/Huidevetterstraat.

Despite that it is a bank holiday, this area will be lively. The shops and restaurants will be open.

We go for a walk through the Marollen. If you would like something to eat and not only drink also possible.

I know a nice secret cafe between de Marollen and Sablon which is difficult to find if you do not know it. We can go there for a drink. If there is no place , plenty other cafes and terraces around, but keep fingers crossed :-)