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If you take the time to visit Belgium then a little retail therapy is a must. You can find almost anything that you want in this small but perfectly-formed country but it really does depend upon what you want as to which part of the country you need to be in.
Antwerp, for example, is a great place to find a fashion bargain or two and you could always treat yourself to a discount diamond while you are here. If you want to go shopping for antiques then Tongeren is the place for you. Head over to Namur where they make perfume in the vaults of the castle.
What about souvenirs? There are plenty of bargain souvenir shops too, particularly if you are spending time in Brussels. A few bottles of beer, some delicious Belgian chocolate and some fine Belgian lace should all be top of your shopping list. However, there are many other options for souvenirs if you want to find something a little different. Head to Hasselt to buy jenever or original comic books from cartoon artists in Brussels. If you do want to pick up a few different beers then head out of the cities and towards the regional breweries. As Belgium is fairly small you can get to quite a few in a couple of days with the help of car rental services.
Brussels is home to some very elegant shopping arcades including the Galerie Bortier and the Galeries Royales St-Hubert – ideal for window shopping if the budget is a little tight. If you want to find a designer bargain then head over to the Avenue Louise for upmarket names and higher price tags.
Don’t forget that Belgium also has many great markets that sell everything from clothes to live chickens! One of the most famous markets is the Marché aux Puces in Brussels which can be found at the Place du Jeu de Balle. You have to get up early to get a bargain though as most markets start trading at 7 am. Use hire car services to visit smaller towns to check out their markets.
In most places shops will open at 10 am but during peak tourist season some may open earlier. Most will stay open until 6 or 7 pm each evening. If you are spending time in one of the smaller towns you may notice that there are very few shops open on a Sunday and many will close for one afternoon in the week.