Children will especially enjoy touring Valencia in the summertime due to the vast amount of kids activities available!
Take a break from the historical sightseeing and go to the Oceanografic City of Arts and Sciences in Valencia and be entertained by the various sea creatures and species there!
Fish swim all over the aquarium, but there are some types of fish who like to swim way at the bottom!
Everyone was so fascinated and interested in all the fish and marine species living together in the aquarium!
In the Oceanografic City of Arts and Sciences in Valencia, you feel yourself having fun and a part of a wonderful experience!
Crab is one of the most common seafood consumed in the world, apart from the basic fish of course!
Valencia is known for its world-renowned Oceanografic aquarium that features so many species from different climates and habitats.
I enjoy having fish for dinner every other night as they are so tasty, and, not to mention, healthy!
The Santa Catalina Church and Tower are extremely popular tourist attractions in Valencia.
Oceanografic is one of the largest aquariums in the world and has the most beautiful and tropical sea creatures and fish that you can find in all of Spain!
The Oceanografic is the biggest aquarium in the world and is one of the top 10 sites to visit in Valencia in Spain!