Despite the Cup final defeat, their coach was pleased with the player's development, not only as footballers, but as individuals.
Speaking to mkdons.com: "It was excellent to be invited as many of our young players hadn't experienced tournament football abroad before.
"The social aspect of the trip was very beneficial and it was a great opportunity for us to see how the players cope with demands of tournament football, such as being away from home for almost a week."
Giorgio Rasulo picked up the Top Goalscorer award after netting six in as many games, but Dan was happy with how all of his players adapted to challenge of playing abroad.
"The football development aspect of the trip was really good as they had to learn and adapt to playing against different European teams and styles, as well as making good decisions based on the state of the game."
MK Dons have already been invited back to compete in next year's tournament.