Learn about the flora and fauna under the sea at Aquarium Finisterrae. See a huge variety of ocean creatures, including sting rays, octopi, colorful fish, and even playful Atlantic seals. Get up close and personal with these fascinating animals, even touching starfish and turbots. Staff are available for questions, as the facility’s goal is to educate visitors about marine biology, oceanography, and the Galician coast. A tour guide is recommended if you cannot read Spanish. Take a lunch or stop in the restaurant. Arrange your visit to Aquarium Finisterrae and discover more family-friendly attractions in La Coruna using our La Coruna trip planner .
Aquarium Finisterrae Reviews
Acuario vulgarmente llamado casa de los peces a un km del final de la playa de riazor.a destacar el tanke nautilius con 5 millones de litros que alberga tiburones u grandes meros entre otros peces.a d... more »Aquarium vulgarly called fish house a mile from the end of the beach of riazor, to highlight the tanke nautilius with 5 million liters that houses sharks or large groupers among other fish, to highlight the teaching purpose that allows to understand the workings of the aquarium. outer area with seals and cliffs to the sea, just a criticism of a meaningless fact..... some of the explanatory posters are only in Galician, inexplicable in an enclosure open to universal culture
Bietet insbesondere morgens einen spannenden Einblick in die Unterwasserwelt... interaktiv ausgestattet, somit für Kids interessant... der Nautilus-Raum lädt zum Verweilen ein... das Aquarium bietet s... more »Offers an exciting insight into the underwater world, especially in the morning... interactively equipped, therefore interesting for kids... the Nautilus room invites you to linger... the aquarium offers for 2 hours a lot to touch and touch. Unfortunately, everything is only described in Spanish...
Excellent place to visit with family. Walking distance from the port. Entrance fee is €10 for adult. Over 65s & children €4 brilliant afternoon out.
Very entertaining. Entrance is 10 euros for adults. For me, the most breathtaking were seals, sea horses and jellyfish. The only bad thing was lack of English translation
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