Mini-Europe in the heart of Europe

One of the must-visit places in Brussels is Mini-Europe.

Mini-Europe park

View of the Mini-Europe park

Located at the foot of the Atomium, MINI-EUROPE is the only park where you can have a whistlestop tour of Europe in just a few short hours. Explore Europe’s most beautiful cities and iconic buildings – all in the comfort of one amazing location. It’s a truly unique journey!

Riga at Mini-Europe park

There are so many replicas of famous places including – we were delighted to see! - our own home town of Riga with its statue of liberty.

Westminster Abbey at Mini-Europe park

Posing with Big Ben

Piazza San Marco at Mini-Europe park

Eiffel Tower in Mini-Europe park

Montmartre at Mini-Europe park

Of course the most famous places in Europe are here, such as Westminster Abbey, Big Ben, the Eiffel Tower, Montmartre, Piazza San Marco in Venice, Nyhavn in Copenhagen and so many more.

Holding Pisa tower

Pisa tower details

Berlin wall in Mini-Europe park

Scene of fire Mini-Europe park

Mini-Europe has more to offer than just replicas of buildings. For example, at the Leaning Tower of Pisa, you can see where Galileo supposedly carried out his experiment on gravitational force; watch people tearing down the Berlin Wall or even witness a real fire that took place in Barcelona, with fire fighters and boats trying to get it under control.

Relaxing in the Mini-Europe park

Enjoying park

This park is very instructive not only for kids but also for adults. You can even get to know the European Union better through a fun, interactive experience that will help you decide if you’re “for” or “against” Europe!

Baltic Way in Mini-Europe park

Many of the most important European historical events are depicted here, including the famous Baltic Way where millions of people gathered together, holding hands to create a human chain that stretched across the whole of the Baltic States in the late 1980s.

Definitely a place worth visiting.

How to get there: Take tram line 7 or 51 or bus number 84 or 88.

Tickets: Tickets start from €15.30 for adults, €11.40 for children under 12 years of age. Children under 1.2m go free.

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I’ve been travelling ever since a was a child but my first large trip was at the age of 13 when I was sent to live for a couple months to London. This trip has changed me and ever since I just want to see more and more of our beautiful world. Every trip gives me new emotions, charge and strength to keep going further.

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