When I visited, it was still popular to use all of those sticker collage apps for Instagram. Now I am too lazy and do not bother anymore. Actually my Instagram is private because what is the point, eh? Anyway, it was pretty busy when we went, to the We Are The Furballs cafe, despite going on a weekday during the day time. It was mostly young teens and couples. We felt really old, nearly thirty! But never too old to love animals, right? Some of them must have been regular visitors as the dogs were excited to see some of them, whereas they completely ignored me.
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I’ve made this list to summarise my top cute places to visit in Europe. There are still some places I haven’t been to yet but these are the ones I’ve seen already.
1. Miffy Museum at Dick Bruna Huis (Utrecht, The Netherlands)
Miffy is one of my favourite characters from my childhood. She’s a little white bunny created by Dutch author Dick Bruna. The Miffy Museum is full of rabbit-themed paraphernalia, and you can learn about the author’s other (equally cute) character creations too. (Full post here)
2. Moominworld (Naantali, Finland)
There are a lot of miniature attractions around the world, and especially in Germany. Loxx Miniatur Welten is conveniently located in the capital city – Berlin. This place even simulates night to day changes, so bring your camera for lots of cute and challenging photo opportunities. (Full post here)
It looked like quite a modern, touristy spot and the entrance fee was rather high. However, I absolutely loved Hans Christian Andersen’s stories as a child and I’d come all the way to Denmark so thought I should check it out.
Overall, I wouldn’t recommend this place for adults, for children it would be great though. I wish there was a more traditional museum showing the life of the author. I’m sure it exists somewhere but I didn’t find it.