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Aquarium de Paris - Cinéaqua, Paris

Categories: Zoos & Aquariums, Nature & Parks
Inspirock Rating:
1.7/5 based on 750+ reviews on the web
Aquarium de Paris - Cinéaqua combines marine life with multimedia installations. This first-class aquarium has 400 different marine species and over 8,000 creatures in total. The aquarium boasts three cinemas with over 25 different screens for you to view documentaries and films. There are regular live performances in the Aquastudio, which provides a large window as a backdrop to the stage, filled with a tank of exotic fish. Arrange your visit to Aquarium de Paris - Cinéaqua and discover more family-friendly attractions in Paris using our Paris trip generator.
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  • If you are in Paris with your kids is to be seized. Have fun and see some very interesting and fascinating species tanks. The Aquarium is not huge, but as it is a short walk from the Eiffel Tower there was also to be expected. Nice touch tank that tremendous hosts and amiable carp. A nice alternative for a Paris to size of the smallest.
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  • Obviously we, like many people, we visited the Aquarium for sharks and not polite. Did not of course the great white, but there are several older types. A-little-variety of fishes of the Caribbean. Entrance 20 euros, 16 for students. Worth a visit.
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  • Aquariums are mostly busy and loud with many kids running around, but not this one. Maybe we were lucky but we found this place very quiet and relaxing. It is rather a small aquarium in comparison to ...  read more »
  • I really enjoyed this place. The under water tunnels were excel as was the open tank go play with the fish. Entry wasn't expensive either. Highly recommend
  • Awo thats cute and nice
  • The aquarium is located across the bridge from the Eiffel Tower. It's size is perfect for 'stopping by' for kids while visiting other attractions. It's a good detour from your main sightseeing in Paris. It's rather outdated and very poor compared to The Georgia Aquarium, but it would be weirded if there was a big aquarium in Paris, where there're already so many things to do.
  • Fairly small but well put together
  • Very disappointed. Too small for a family afternoon, too expensive, comparing it to le croisic or Barcelona. Avoid it, just buy a chawarma and stay on les quaies in front of the Eiffel tower ;)
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