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L’Aquarium de Barcelona, Barcelona
(2.7/5 based on 4,200+ reviews on the web)
Dive into the underwater world at L’Aquarium de Barcelona. As Europe’s largest aquarium, the harbor-side center is home to 11,000 animals spread over 35 tanks. Venture through the 80 m (260 ft) underwater tunnel or explore the 14 Mediterranean aquariums to learn more about local marine life. Don’t miss the chance to see sharks being fed by professional divers; check online for feeding times. Purchase tickets online in advance for discounted prices. Add L’Aquarium de Barcelona to your Barcelona travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Barcelona trip itinerary planner.
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  • The aquarium of Barcelona is one of the most beautiful I've seen, it's fun for kids and even for adults! Immersion with sharks on the "tunnel" is not to be missed! The entrance is a little pricey but worth it!
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  • We took our 1 year old daughter with us to visit the aquarium so she got in for free and seemed to enjoy it - pointing at the fish and going right up to the glass in some cases. The place looks quite ...  more »
  • Unfortunately with 20 euros not quite cheap, but alone the main attraction, the huge pool with the sharks, is worth the money. You can also see the rest in any Zoo.
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  • Very beautiful aquarium. I saw lots of species, even sharks. I loved the corals and penguins. Very expensive when it comes to food, drinks and souvenirs.
  • This is a really nice aquarium. It is somewhat small but the animals are well cared for. We went in the end of July which is a peak tourism time so the aquarium was packed. We weren't able to enjoy it to its full potential. If you happen to be going to Valencia on this trip as well I would recommend skipping this aquarium and going to the one in Valencia.
  • Friendly service, kind guides. The tour is a bit smaller than expected but you can do the tour as much as you like. But more important the fish look in excellent condition. I took a behind-the-scenes tour and and witnessed the love and care the employees put in their work. The animals are in great hands. A must visit!
  • If it wasn't for a kind dad of 3 handing us a voucher for €16 off it would not have been worth the money. The Aquarium itself is a bit small and takes not too long to get around. That said, the conveyor belt around the tunnels is excellent especially when a shark meanders across the top of your head and the aquatic life in side exhibits are interesting. Food court overpriced with little customer service and staff that bite their nails then serve food. Yum. Children interested, learned new words and got new ideas of what to have with chips ;-)
  • A great place to visit in Barcelona, if you have time. There are a lot of species that can be seen. The coolest part is the tunnel.