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Being mature people, 56 and 74, without small children to supervise us it's possibly difficult to give a completely accurate review. However we did spend a very pleasant couple of hours exploring this miniature celebration of Portugal and its former colonies.
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Entrance are not so cheap but inside you will find an amazing place. There are lots of places where kids and grownups will want to take lots of pic. At the end of the park there is an enormous garden with a playground so you...More
We enjoyed our visit, however, we visited during a weekday and many children and school teachers were also visiting and it was consequently a bit mad. Children were running around and screaming which detracted from the experience (but which was to be expected given the...More
We took our daughters, aged 6 and 8, to this park, despite being slightly skeptical at first. The initial buildings are Ok, but where the park turns fantastic is the second and third sections, where there are mini replicas of the important buildings of Coimbra...More
My Mrs is Portuguese and she came to this place when she was a young child so we came here with our your child to check it out. This place is massive and there was a lot of things to do which I didn’t expect...More
I've been here a few times.
This is something you really need to visit when in Coimbra.
All the monuments from the country are there in kids version, and even some from other countries.
You can go inside them and play, excellent if you have...More
The place is great for children as they can walk in and out of all the miniature houses, great for hide and seek or inquisitive explorers. This is A museum of scaled down buildings, showing architecture of Portugal through the ages and a history of...More
The first part is more educational - places that the Portugese explored. The second part was great for kids: small houses fit to their size. Unlike other places, they could go in and play inside. They loved it!
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Portugal dos Pequenitos is in Coimbra and is a representation of Portugal with miniature monuments and portuguese typical houses. Coimbra is 200 km from Lisbon and 100 km from Porto. If you are flying to Portugal, you need... More
Portugal dos Pequenitos is in Coimbra and is a representation of Portugal with miniature monuments and portuguese typical houses. Coimbra is 200 km from Lisbon and 100 km from Porto. If you are flying to Portugal, you need to go to Lisbon or Porto airport and then take the train (Alfa pendular or Intercidades) to Coimbra-B or rent a car at the airport. Portugal dos Pequenitos ir very very near from the city center and 5-10 min walk from the train station Coimbra-A (take a connection at Coimbra-B). You can as well take a taxi at Coimbra-B. I visited a lot my grandfather when he worked as a carpenter in Portugal dos Pequenitos and going there as a grown up did not lose the magic.
From Albufeira take the highway E1 towards Lisbon however to avoid traffic do not enter Lisbon instead about 50 Kilometres before reaching Lisbon join the A13 direction Santarém than merge with A1 highway that... More
From Albufeira take the highway E1 towards Lisbon however to avoid traffic do not enter Lisbon instead about 50 Kilometres before reaching Lisbon join the A13 direction Santarém than merge with A1 highway that will take you all the way to Coimbra. Without rushing 5 hours should be enough without major stops.
Highways are good and easy to get around. Enjoy it