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L'Aquàrium de Barcelona, located in the Old Port of Barcelona, is the main and only large aquarium of the city and of Catalonia. In addition, it is the most important center in the world in Mediterranean themes.
The aquarium proposes activities like Birthday Party, Sleeping and Immersion with sharks. Approximative price: 20€. Opening Hours : Monday to Sunday from 10am to almost 8pm.
The Aquarium in Barcelona is a great experience for the sea lovers. It's in Port Vell (Barceloneta underground L4)
Al lado del mar, en el Port Vell, L'Aquàrium de Barcelona es un espectáculo único. Un inmenso oceanario, único en Europa, donde se encuentran especies tan diversas como las doradas, morenas, peces luna, rayas y tiburones. Descubre el fondo del mar mirando, tocando y escuchando. ¡Pasa un día…
ROUTE B - L’Aquàrium (37 minutes walk – 26 minutes by metro - distance from home / 14 minutes walk distance from Las Ramblas) The 35 aquariums at the facility are home to 11.000 animals representing 450 species. Contains a total of 5 Millions l. (1,3 Millions US gal)
Visit the unique Barcelona Aquarium, entering without delay on a skip-the-line ticket. Experience the spectacular Oceanarium as you walk along a transparent tunnel surrounded by sharks. Learn about the seabed and the importance of water to the planet.
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