Food was great and modern touch in the menu. Reception and manager not great solving a little problem.
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Two adults, two children between 4-12: makes an entrance fee of almost 100 euro's (!). That is a lot, especially because you don't get really much for it. Due to tons of people, you do not get a lot time and comfort to look around....More
Don't know why this place get such a high rating. Maybe it was particularly busy when we were there but there was no comfort, Nobody expects the food offerings to be good at places like this, but these were just downright awful and the fact...More
We really enjoyed our evening visit to Oceanografic. Only during a limited time in summer it is possible to spend an evening (from 2000-2400) here. Recommended. Of course everything you can see is amazing. From the sharks to the penguins as well as the birds...More
It was a dream of my son to see penguins. So we choose Valencia mainly because of Oceanographic. We were in the beginning of May. It was already warm, not very hot but we tired a lot because it contains different locations on the open...More
Fantastic day out, very easy to spend all day there because there is so much to see. Displays make it feel like a very close encounter in very natural feeling environments. Excellent range. It is expensive, but reasonable value for the exceptional quality. One warning:...More
The aquarium is one of the most cruel ones I've seen. Please don't place your money here if you care for animal wellbeing. There is a 'contact zone' designed specifically for children to pick up sea life out the water and pose for photos etc....More
We visited with our 13 year old girl in August, the highlight was the dolphin show, other than that if you have seen one aquarium they are much the same. Our issue was the food, save yourself money and bring your own, it is very...More
Truly spectacular aquarium which is very well laid out with lots of animals/fish which appeared to be very well looked after. Lots to see and do. One of the highlights of our holiday!
If you're in Valencia you should definitely go to oceanogràfic. Vast number of animals from different parts of the world, spacious so you can choose different aquariums if the line is too long and definitely buy tickets online so you don't have to wait in...More