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), or the 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.
June 2015, Mini-Europe, Bruxelles – Belgium