L’Aquàrium de Barcelona or Aquarium Barcelona is home to 11,000 marine animals across 450 species

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L’Aquàrium de Barcelona or Aquarium Barcelona is home to 11,000 marine animals across 450 species.

L’Aquàrium de Barcelona or Aquarium Barcelona is home to 11,000 marine animals across 450 species. The Mediterranean aquarium displays sharks, sting rays, moray eels, guitarfish and several other multicolored variety of fishes. It also has tropical aquariums with coral reefs and typical fauna. The adventurous can dive into the shark tanks in a protected cage to experience the menacing creatures up close.


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About Barcelona Aquarium

 Moll d'Espanya del Port Vell, s/n, 08039 Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain

 +34 932 21 74 74

 www.aquariumbcn.com

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L'Aquarium

The second biggest aquarium in Europe

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