Visitors returned to the Eiffel Tower in Paris, the British Parliament Building and the Grand Palace in Brussels without violating public isolation measures, but after reopening the small European garden which includes miniature figures of these monuments.
With many borders closed in the European Union due to an outbreak of the Corona virus pandemic, the park in Belgium hopes to give locals a whiff of tourism, which has been halted by public isolation measures.
Belgium began easing restrictions it imposed for eight weeks, opening museums, zoos and open markets
Europe’s small park, which includes some 350 examples of Europe’s major landmarks, hopes its vast open-air spaces will attract people.
Prior reservation is required to enter the park and visitors must strictly observe hygiene and social separation.