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Melide is a municipality in the district of Lugano in the canton of Ticino in Switzerland. The village lies very close to the mountain Monte San Salvatore and is directly on the Lake of Lugano. The Melide causeway to the east was built to make it possible to cross to Bissone and to allow a north-south highway to be built.
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Want to visit Switzerland? Check Swissminiatur, a mini guide to help you show a tour of what to see in Switzerland. Amazing place, worth going first. Its only 19 chf
Nicely arranged views. Unfriendly few staff members made my day a bad one. Good for kids.
Very nicely detailed and entertaining. Entry ticket is €17 but it's a good time spent.
Suuuuper detailed. If you've visited places in Switzerland, these are fun to point out! 120 sculptures. Worth the price. Not expensive
The perfect mix of kitsch and cool. The models have so much detail, even the hundreds of little people each have their own personalities.
Nice park, but small. You've seen it all in a couple of hours.
Accurate depictions of Swiss minuments. Would recommend but wouldn't go if raining
Great place for families with kids. A must see if in the area.
Expensive, but very enjoyable. More information on each site would make it a five 🌟 experience. Two hours is about right for a visit, more if you stay for a snack. There is a good picnic area if you bring your own food.
This is really worth a visit if you are in the area. Over 125 different models of real places in Switzerland and when you have walked around the place you feel like you have seen most of Switzerland. Very well done, with moving trains, cable cars, funicular railways, cars driving to the real life Zurich airport with aircraft on the runway. Also a ride on train to sit on and see the country by rail. It takes 1.5 hours to see it all at a nice speed. Also has coffee, food, and ice cream.
Such a nice open-air museum to explore most of beautiful landmarks in Switzerland. You can see over than 120 models.
Perfect 1.5hr stop. Our boys 2 and 4 years old enjoyed checking out the miniature models and running trains/boats. The children's train ride was a fun side. Bumper boats and bumper cars are available by tokens. To those who commented that the models need updating, there were 3 models under renovation. Food at the cafe was decent. We had pasta Bolognese, a strawberry smoothie and chicken nuggets with fries. For those with kids, there is a great pirate boat themed playground across the street that we saw as we pulled out of the parking lot.