This park recreates in small scale traditional architeture and historic regional houses, small portuguese museums and a great barbie dool exposition.
A perfect place to visit. Miniature buildings from around the world each telling a little piece of the history. Great for young and the not so young. It's like stepping into many doll's houses.
If you are in visiting the city with some kids, this is a attraction you just can´t miss! Is not awesome, but the kids loves the small scale houses. For the grown ups there´s a little of Portugal´s history in each building. It´s a spot whre the family can spend some pleasant couple hours.
Very interesting park with miniature houses from the diffrent Portugeese colonies and a lot of famous buildings in Portugal. Also a lot of beautiful flowers.
I congratulate the amazing idea. Nost only a place to have fun but also learn a great deal of the Portuguese history: expedition period. There are three main areas: the first one talking about the history of each Portuguese speaking country that was colonized by Portugal, including Brazil (of course), another with museums (costume, maritime and temporary one, at the... More
This was okay. For a "weird" attraction in Portugal its pretty top of the line. Well, they don't seem to have weird attractions in Portugal so... Anyway, its a nice spot. lots of kids. Free ice cream with our visit too! If you are looking for US style attractions then reign your expectations in. But if you are in Coimbra... More
Portugal dos Pequenitos it´s every children dream come true, since they find themselves to be the Princes and the Princess´s of the Story, with real house made especially for them. The best time to visit is July and August, because there´s no school, and you won´t find yourself amongst 3 or 4 School trips, like we did. Despite that it´s... More
Our kids really enjoyed it so that made it worthwhile. Interesting to see the different architecture of Portugal. However, the entrance fee for adults is pricey at €9. Also, many of the buildings and surrounds are in desperate need of restoration or at least cleaning, the same with the info panels.
Portugal dos Pequenitos is a real nice place to go and spend the day with childre. You have many Poruguese monuments and churches made in children sizes. There is no place inside to have a proper meal but you can go out and have it and return. They have lots of activities for the children.
Walking around stores streets and restaurants,the pastry shops are the most beautiful and so many varieties delicious food and good service. The people are pleasant the history monuments are incredible,there is not enough time to enjoy everything.
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