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June 2015, Bruxelles – Belgium
Ever dreamed of taking a tour of Europe, in one go? We surely do! 🙂
How about a few hours of entertainment, at Mini-Europe in Bruxelles?
Built on a 1:25 scale, the park offers something to everybody’s taste: history and nature lovers, people remembering their journeys, travelers preparing the next destinations on the map, enthusiasts of the European Union, kids ready for a whole day of adventures.
We had a blast.
Dear Romanian fellows, did you know that the LEU (national currency), takes its name from a Dutch coin dating from the 17th century depicting a lion (leeuwendaalder / lion thaler)?
Oh, there’s more about Romania documented within the pages of the Mini-Europe guide:
- the legend of Dracula
- the painted Easter eggs
- the Merry Cemetery of Săpânța
- Timișoara: first European city to have electric street lights, in 1884
- Parliament Building: largest administrative building in Europe and second in the world, after the Pentagon.
It’s really amusing to discover what miniature-building is representing your country within the park.
It felt like a treasure hunt for us.
Stroll amid the most beautiful cities of the Old Continent.
You’ll end the day with lots of fun, and maybe find a thing or two about your own country.
You can find here all the visiting prices combinations.
We paid 15 euros each for the Mini-Europe entry.
Happy travels and stay safe!