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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.
Mini Europe was interesting and we had fun. They do need to maintain things more and update as it is a bit dated. Saying that it was extensively damaged a couple of days after we visited and lots was destroyed so hopefully they will be able to repair and this May give them the opportunity to update some attractions as well.
Great to see with children... I did not find it so interesting for audults in general.
The park was all right but my first impression was not great as they were late in opening. My ticket stated 9.30 am. When we got there, the sign states 10 am during winter. We waited for half an hour and it did not open on time but opened at 10.10 am instead. The models were all right but they were fairly old. However, they were quite representative of each country.
There was no guiding involved in this tour. Just a voucher for the entry fee. The park itself was interesting but could use an updating.
A liitle more animation with very good models would bring whole thing more to life.
One of my friends lost his passport here, so he cannot join the next tour in Amsterdam, cause must go to embassy and police station.
The place was good, but it was quite small and not too interesting. The same place in China was better. In China, the place Windmills was full of flowers, I mean windmills flowers, very beautiful.