The Oceanographic of Valencia is in the City of Arts and Sciences. With its more than 45,000 copies of 500 different species it is the largest aquarium in Europe. It was conceived as a natural park, scientific and informative center. It has an avant-garde architecture that privileges observation.
Animals from around the world among which you will see dolphins, belugas, walruses, sea lions, seals, penguins, turtles, sharks, rays, sawfish, jellyfish, stars, hedgehogs and a variety of crustaceans
It represents the planet’s ecosystems in well-differentiated spaces:
Arctic, where we can see the beluga. Antarctic, where a penguin colony stands out. Mediterranean, with around 74,000 copies. The Oceans, with a transparent tunnel of about 30 meters in length, to observe the fauna of the open sea. The Dolphinarium, with its five pools. The Temperate and Tropical Seas, facilities connected by a tunnel 70 meters long. The Islands, with its exhibition of sea lions. The Wetlands, with the fauna and flora of Marjal and Mangrove.
The Schedule They range from 10 am with closing between 6 pm and midnight, depending on the time of year. More information on the phone 902 100 031.
The tariffs for 2010 they are € 23.90, for general admission and € 18, the reduced one. They have Audioguide at € 3.5 for adults and € 3 for children.