The Sablon and the Marolles seem to be each other's opposites: one neighbourhood chic and distinguished, the other folksy and authentic.
In the past, the Sablon was a quarter for the nobility. The Marolles is a district known for its popular authenticity, a place for jokes and 'zwans', which houses a typical Brussels mix of French, Dutch, Spanish, and Arab-speaking residents. It has a fascinating social history. These two districts imperceptibly merge into one another. Their mutual influence is distinctively ‘Brussels’.
- Duration of walk: 2h30
- Starting point: tram 92 and 93, Petit Sablon/Kleine Zavel stop
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In collaboration with Brukselbinnenstebuiten