Visit to Fish Market of Brugges, Belgium

Fish Market of Brugges features in the list of must visit sites  there. It is a little away from the squares. This covered arcade was specially built for the fish mongers in 1821. Even today, fish is sold in the stalls here.

Fish market of Brugges

Walk through Fish Market of Brugges

I walked through it; I got the feeling the whole thing is staged. They have successfully managed to preserve the traditional atmosphere. May be the locals around and the restaurant owners are their regular customers. Nothing much to do here, can’t buy any to try them out in back in our hotel. So, took some pictures. The arcade has stalls for sale of other stuffs too, of course a little away from the fish stalls to avoid the stench.

I was keen to see this fish market of Brugges in Belgium and compare it with the one I have seen here in Tamil Nadu. You can see it here. Bangalore too has some concreted fish stalls, may be I will do a post on one of them.

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20 Responses

  1. Sylvia K says:

    Great shots, Indrani! I love fish, but not the smell at markets!! Still, it's the best place to get the freshest and best! Hope your week is off to a great start!

    Sylvia

  2. Vaish says:

    Didn't the place smell? Nice pictures!

  3. wonderful !

    please have a good tuesday.

  4. I can imagine they would surely smell, especially in warmer weather.

  5. Meoww says:

    The market is so free… It is always crowded in Seoul. Nice shots!

  6. magiceye says:

    Am sure it wasnt as noisy and fun as our fish markets are 🙂

  7. NatureStop says:

    Nice post!Have a great week ahead.

    Shantana

  8. Gary says:

    Great tour!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

  9. Carver says:

    Great shots of the fish market.

  10. Kim, USA says:

    Great shots and my kind of place to visit. I love fish I can live eating fish everyday and of course rice too ^_^

    Kim,USA

  11. Leovi says:

    Wonderful photos. I really like them all.

  12. I think it's great that they have managed to preserve the original atmosphere! Very nice photos and interesting post!

  13. NixBlog says:

    Great shots, Indrani.

  14. That looks like a great place. Those fishermen have to work hard to make a life.

  15. Looks so neat,clean & hygienic and I am sure odour free !

  16. it was built far from the square bec of the smell i believe. it's always nice to check out the local markets even though you're only looking and not buying.

  17. Superbes photos et bon reportage.

    Roger

  18. Though it is interesting to observe, I can not stand the stench. The last bunch hanging, are they too fishes. Very sharp photographs.

  19. Vetrimagal says:

    Though I dont eat fish , I liked the way the salting process is pictured and presented.
    I believe, the Indian salt fish/fishes is a delicacy , many fish eaters will love, on rainy day.

    Many fish eaters like the salted fish of eastern coast!

  20. love my fish and hence this post

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