Take a look at Mini-Europe if you are in the Brussels area. You can get a taste of all of Europe's treasures. Take some pictures and show your friends, sometimes they will believe you were actually at all these places in Europe, my friend did.
Bruparck and the atomium are the symbols of the city. it is fun to visit here because you can find lots inside to do.there is a big aquapark which you would regret not getting in if you didn't bring your swimming wear. many restaurants and mini Europe park. if you didn't have the chance to see all over Europe, you can see most visited places of every european union country inside. well, they are just models of course and don't give the taste of real travel but at least you would have an idea. my favourite one was France and spain. it's a pity that they haven't put anything from Istanbul, yet. Istanbul is worth to be there!!!!
This is an impressive collection of models representing many of Europe's most famous places. Here are the Acropolis, the Eiffel Tower, Brandenburg Gate, St Mark's Square, and many more places.
We were regulars here when I lived in Brussels, my little son loved it at the time.
It's a minature world of well known monuments, landscapes of the various countries of Europe.
This park, close to the Atomium, is a miniture version of the famous landmarks of europe. not expensive to enter, we spent a good two hours looking around.
Well , I had to have a slice of London in there! The park has plenty of restaurants and is easy to reach from Bussels centre by public transport.
Yes , youve guessed it, another shot of Mini Europe. This time its the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin.
This is part of the Brupark theme park. It contains some of Europes most memorable landmarks reproduced
At the foot of the Atomium is Mini Europe a collection of 350 models of well konwn European sights, see which ones you recognise. Also in the Brupark area is a water theme park and an IMAX cinema.
Make a walk through Europe and discover most famour things to see, e.g. Venice, Big Ben, Pisa, Arc de Triomphe, etc. Beautiful!
No time to visit all Europe? Come to this mini europe then :D
Quite old, i think the miniature in Modurodam in Holland is prettier.
Admission fee : EUR 11.70
You can see all the famous buildings of Europe in just an hour.
2013 Update: The park will close at the end of 2013 and be replaced by a building complex of apartments.
Mini europe is a theme park just next to the Atonium. It has scenes replicating some of the major cities within Europe, some of them are a lot better than other - will update soon with pictures
Even in the rain, Mini Europe was quite colourful. Now that's my idea of a united Europe, all under the one roof, so to speak.