Remember the first time you saw a picture of an octopus? The sea monster with eight legs that is both terrifying and fascinating at the same time. Or maybe you were flabbergasted by that prickly-looking Pufferfish? I’ve always felt the underwater world is a magical place of beauty and surprise so I’m a big fan of aquariums. They’re a great place to watch sea creatures…
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- Adventure park deals – An overview
Published by Erlebnisparkdeals.de
On this adventure park overview you will find the locations of the various adventure parks, amusement parks and zoo's. Now if we have a new deal, we will also add the location to this page...
- The largest Aquarium in Europe – Italy
Published by Acquariodigenova.it
The Acquario di Genova is a fascinating journey through the largest exhibition of biodiversity and ecosystems in Europe. You will discover 12,000 specimens belonging to 600 animal species and 200 vegetal species, but above all live a unique experience above and below the sea surface, to touch with your hands and to repeat and remember forever.
- 10 Must-See Aquariums In Europe
Published by Thetravel.com
Europe is a big believer in showcasing the natural wonders hidden under the sea, which is why this continent is home to so many aquariums. They want to educate their fellow citizens about who we share the numerous waterways with, and they are a perfect way to spend a day of your vacation.
- The most beautiful aquariums in Europe
Published by Theitalianeyemagazine.com
Europe offers a long list of wonderful places and attractions to visit, and aquariums are surely among them. Thanks to their particular buildings, colourful tanks and a wide variety of species coming from worldwide, aquariums are ideal for young and old people who aim to discover the enchanting marine world. Be prepared for an invasion of fishes, sea birds and mammals, amphibians and reptiles.
- Aquàrium – Oceanographic Museum | Barcelona
Published by Barcelona.de
In Aquàrium Barcelona, Europe's largest and most important Museum of Marine Science of the Mediterranean, maritime habitats are emulated in over 35 different water basins. You will find over 11,000 marine animals from 450 species and an 80-metres-long underwater tunnel through the shark basin...
- SEALIFE – Discover the amazing underwater world
Published by Visitsealife.com
Every year, we welcome over 20 million explorers into our incredible underwater world. It’s all part of our mission to inspire a love for the ocean and its creatures – and to encourage people to preserve them for the future. With 50 aquariums, 2 sanctuaries, and over 180,000 creatures, we bring our guests closer to the oceans than ever before.
- AQUATIS: Largest fresh water aquarium and vivarium in Europe
Published by Myswitzerland.com
AQUATIS, in the centre of Lausanne - Switzerland, is dedicated to the world's rivers and lakes and all the fresh water fish and reptiles that live in them. The journey in AQUATIS starts at the very beginning...
- The AQUARIUM Lanzarote
Published by AquariumLanzarote.com
The Aquarium shows typical canarian species such as gilthead seabreams, the golden or Fulas, reptiles like turtles (Caretta Caretta); eye-catching colorful tropical species with manifold forms like clown fishes, blowfishes or hermit crabs, they are all part of the collection of species at the Aquarium of Lanzarote. Visitors also can enjoy a variety of sharks in our underwater tunnel and central tank with 500.000 liters of water...
- Oceanographic Museum of Monaco
Published by GetYourGuide.co.uk
Visit Monaco's vast, 6500 square feet Oceanographic Museum and marvel at the wonders of the ocean in their faithfully reconstructed natural habitats...
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- Visa Information for European countries
Published by Visaguide.world
Travelling across Europe may require a visa for citizens of many countries. There are some countries that are a part of free-travel zone called the Schengen Area. To travel to states that are a part of this area you are required to get a Schengen Visa, which is a short term visa and is issued only for travelling and tourism purposes. For longer stays you are required to obtain a specific visa that is issued only by the host country...