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I enjoyed very much visiting Mini Europe. Had a lot of fun there admiring all the models. It really deserve to spend some hours there, especially if it is a beautiful day like it was mine.
It's very fascinating and impressive. Everyone there can see the movement of mini trains, boats and rockets with the music sounds.
This was a lot of fun and should be combined with going to the Atomium which is less than 5 walking minutes. The work on the mini buildings is amazing. Highly recommended for all age groups.
Really enjoyed mini europe. I wish they would have had some of the more famous places in Germany such as Neuschwanstein Castle or Koln or Ulm Cathedral, Definetly worth the visit though. Would have liked to have more variety of food. They could have made this like an Epcot center where you can snack on various countries foods like pretzels from Germany or tapas from spain, ouzo from greece, ect... But overall very enjoyable for all ages.
This was very worth seeing if you don't have time to visit other countries in Europe. It took 3h to look and take pictures.
How wonderfully silly is this. Very funny, if you're into that sort of thing. I think if you have kids they would like it a lot. And as an adult who appreciates quirky weird and offbeat things, I loved it too.
The replicas are so well crafted. Well worth a visit, the Atomium is next door, a must see destination.
It was very good ..you need 2hrs to cover it..check weather when visiting this as its open sky tour..
Very well done, lots to see but a few things weren't working but over all it was brilliant
It has almost all the famous buildings and places of interests, its a good place for children, I would suggest that the Hungarian Parliament should be in the park too.
Harman Chilton T
This a fascinating attraction for anyone, but would be especially great for kids.
It was a great park, with the European monuments shown in great detail. It also gave us a chance to look at the nearby Atomium. Allow at least an hour and a half to see it with no rush. The voucher does not save you time in line and costs as much as the ticket.
Was not as nice as on the website. A little disappointing. Getting there and back was a little hassle on my own.
If you are an American, think Epcot, but on a small scale. Brussels was one of the first cities that we visited so Mini-Europe got us really excited about our trip and the places that we were going to see.