Mini-Europe

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Bruparck, Brussels, Belgium
www.minieurope.eu - +32 (0) 2/478.05.50

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Bojasem Bojasem
205 reviews
wonderful park Jan 24, 2016
Since Brussels is considered to be the capital of Europe, it is very fitting to have this attraction. The pamphlet you get with the entrance fee is very informative about the buildings you see and also about the countries in the EU. It is well worth the trip for adults.

i like the model it wonderful work.

. It is well worth the trip for adults and children. The park was well maintained and more.

you can 1-2 hours in the park you will not bored it amazing.

the fee are cheap 13 euros.
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MarioBG MarioBG
17 reviews
Awesome place Dec 28, 2015
I quite enjoyed my time at Mini Europe, eventhough I did not get to visit the water park or go into the Atomium. Located right next to Atomium and very easy to get to via the metro. Mini Europe is made up of mini models of all popular landmarks in Europe. The detail in those was amazing. I would definitely recommend this place to anybody who has a few spare hours in Brussels, Belgium. It is nice that everything is out in the open but can imagine it cant be very pleasant if weather is bad. Averall, a nice way to spend a few hours and learn a bit about popular European places.
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curious_claire curious_…
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How to See Europe in a Day Apr 27, 2015
As you may guess from the name, Mini Europe is the perfect way to see Europe in a day. You can buy a ticket for just the park for €14 or you can buy a combination ticket to add another attraction. Included with the ticket is a guide book so you know what each model is.

Walking around I was impressed with the detail of all the models. It's fun to walk around and make an internal list of places you want to visit across Europe. If you find yourself with time it is worth a visit. You can get around the place in 1-2 hours and the Planetarium and Atomium are nearby.
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Ils1976 Ils1976
48 reviews
a fascinating journey through Europe Dec 25, 2011
Mini-Europe (the name of the park reveals immediately what you are going to find inside) is ideally located next to the Atomium in Brussels.

If you like, you can buy a combined ticket for those two attractions. I on the other hand, just had a ticket to see this park.

The entrance fee is rather expensive (about 13,40 euro), but don't let the price of a ticket scare you off in visiting this "theme park".

At the ticket booths you receive a guide booklet which comes in handy when you stand in front of all the scale models.

The details of the scale models are amazing! Some of them even have animation which is fun for kids and even adults!

Although the park isn't that big, you can spend a good few hours at this place. For the ones who get hungry or thirsty along the way, there is a selfservice restaurant where you can find some snacks.

And while taking a rest, you can already dream of your next citytrip!
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Ils1976 says:
Thanks so much May!
Posted on: Sep 04, 2016
cotton_foam says:
Miniature attractions are always fun and amazing when it comes to details! This is a very good review, Ils!
Posted on: Jun 30, 2016
Ils1976 says:
You can easily do it in one day ... it's all close to one another, the park isn't that big! Enjoy! :)
Posted on: Jul 31, 2012
daniellelooije danielle…
15 reviews
A walk through europe on scale - enjoyable for all ages Oct 31, 2011
Mini-europe is what the name suggests it to be. It is a small park where some of the famous buildings and sights of all the countries in Europe are build on scale. It is a bit expensive (I paid 22 euro's for a combination ticket with the Atomium), but if you are in Brussels for a few days and you want to see something else this is quit nice! I also saw children enjoying this a lot, so absolutely recommendable if you are travelling with children. I by the way also enjoyed it being solo.

The park is not that big but I easily spended 1,5 hour here. Included in the entrance price is a booklet which has some information on all the countries and the buildings you are seeing. This is great, because it actually educational and interessting too, besides really fun of course. Besides the information in front of all the countries there is a button with which you can start the national anthem. I liked it because some were so familliar and others I never heard.

The park is only a few meters away from th atomium, so a combined visit is really worth it!

Warning: this might inspire you to more travelling!
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chriskara10 chriskar…
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Observe Europe under a Microscope. Jul 05, 2011
Mini-Europe is the type of place where you can visit Europe under a microscope. You can learn what each country has to offer.

It's surround by fun bar, restaurant and one of the biggest theater in the world.
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Adrian_Liston Adrian_L…
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Surprisingly good model park Apr 18, 2009
This park just next to Atomium is a 1/25th scale model of some of the highlights of Europe. It is designed as a one hour walk-around and contains enough interactive stuff to keep children entertained for the full hour. The models are surprisingly good and a lot of detail is given in the guide booklet, which we actually kept as a list of places we would like to visit in the flesh. At the end of the exhibit was a large EU information complex which looked like it was worth spending some time in if we were not with an eight year-old.

The park is a bit expensive (€9.70 for under 12s and €12.90 for adults) for a one hour walk-around, but we really enjoyed it and would take more visitors here.
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