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Aquarium, Isola di Capo Rizzuto

Categories: Zoos & Aquariums, Nature & Parks
Inspirock Rating:
1.5/5 based on 65+ reviews on the web
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  • Knowing the structure, having already visited years ago (having found didactically interesting the idea of promoting in this way the knowledge of the fauna of the protected marine area) I decided to take a small troop of excited children aged four to nine years. Parked the car (Park municipal surcharge), we made our way through the fronds of the hedge that, don't prune, invaded the driveway coming in an amphitheater dirty and peeling, witness the State of neglect of the structure. The front door was wide open, but there was nobody behind the desk, while all around, awkwardly perched on benches, there were 10-15 guys intent on tinkering with Smart phones. None of them has an interest in our request for instructions for the purchase of tickets until after a minute has materialized a middle-aged gentleman that no-frills exclaimed 《 CLOSED!!! 》. Without even complain much, I greeted (at least I) representing Kudos to the State of abandonment of the structure and the bad image that gave tourists a such situation and I left. Point out that the website does not mention any disruption or closure. To you the conclusions.
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  • We got there now is with surprise we found a sign that says maintenance. Of course on the site! Box office employee told us that it is not within their competence and that it was not able to give us information about possible reopening. Kids disappointed. Poor organization. Not evaluable within. Too bad. Too bad. Too bad.
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  • Like all things that are very useful for animals and for those who visit, I kept standing with little money. More than an aquarium is a real hospital for poor animals who encounter or in the engines of vessels or are captured with hooks. And there were also turtles treated lovingly and then be put back out to sea. The people who run it are really fantastic and it is to them that goes our Thanks and not really local authorities do nothing to make it even more ' wonderful '.
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