Very small. But unique. Too many people can't not take pictures behind 15 metres. Better to visite at night.
About Manneken Pis
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The people of Brussels seem to have an obsession with this 'little' boy showing himself, and just about every local shop seems to want to show off his talent... Anyway, it was the day after St. Patricks Day and the poor thing on a very...More
Well, it really isn't that much - certainly something to see as part of walking through the old town centre, more entertaining to have this as part of a walking tour to have some of the history explained with some local character.
A statue of a little boy urinating is not exactly what I would call and attraction, yet here I am looking at it. I spent 5 minutes (or less) and left feeling underwhelmed. I did snap a picture so I guess it did its job.
It's just a small statue, but has become a must see place to go when visiting Brussels. It was dressed for St. Patrick's day when we visited.
This is so famous that you have to see it but it is nothing speciel and smaller then i thought. There are lots of places near that seel waffels and The grand place is near
Reviews say it's too small, it's underwhelming, meh. Nevertheless, it's an iconic landmark. An endless stream (pun fully intended) of people flock to this little pisher day and night to gawk and take selfies. The city has embraced it's popularity dressing the little man in...More
I find it hard to believe that this is a must see sight in this spectacular city. I do appreciate its tongue in cheek humor, but certainly not worth going out of your way for.
It’s just a little monument, which we’re trying to find on the streets. It is small, but it has a great history! And this monument is a kind of a joke on the tourists
Easy to find. Just follow crowd of tourists from the Grand Place. 2 minutes from there. Lots of people over ther but easy to take a picture cause Manneken Pis stands at height.