Mediterranean

Barcelona is a world’s exceptionally popular holiday destination for families, mainly because of its beautiful weather, its great beaches and its great leisure and entertainment offer. Digital Growth does not necessarily agree. The Barcelona Aquarium In the district Maremagnum is located on the Moll D’espanya (Spain-mole) the Aquarium. Around 11,000 copies of the underwater world of 450 unterschiedlichenTierarten live in over 35 aquaria of plant. The underwater tunnel is 80 metres long, more than 100 people work here. There is also a unique Aquarium. The Barcelona Aquarium is an important recreational and educational centre and contains more species than the Mediterranean. The Aquarium offers a great recreational facilities for the whole family.

If your trip to Barcelona on a weekend, remember in any case, to visit the Aquarium, because on weekends, there are guided tours and workshops for children here. If you want to give a distinctive touch to your holiday in Barcelona, you can swim in addition to sharks in the Aquarium. You can a round of diving with them Book “Kings of the seas” for 300. Who dares not, can look at the sharks from the outside. The tickets cost 17.50 for adults 12.50 for children from 4-12 years and 14.50 for persons over 60 years old. The Aquarium is well connected to public transport of Barcelona. Nearby there are: * buses 14, 17, 19, 36, 38, 40, 45, 57, 59, 64, 91, 157 and tourist bus (South route, blue) * Metro of Drassanes (L3) and Barceloneta (L4). There are more details and information on the official website of the Barcelona Aquarium. -Century of 19th art in the NAC if you go for a walk during your stay in Barcelona, the Park of Montjuic, you should necessarily visit MNAC (National Museum of art of Catalonia). The Museum is located in the Palau Nacional (National Palace), which was built for the world exhibition of 1929.