Acquario di Genova is the second largest aquarium in Europe and one of the largest in the world. Over 600 species of animals live here and more than 200 species of plants are grown.
The most interesting specimens include among others: gold Mantella , which is the smallest vertebrate with a length of only 2 cm, Bottlenose Dolphin measuring 2.5 m in length and 5 millimeter moon jellyfish.
The most interesting attraction is the touch pool, where you can stroke residing there rays and flounders.
CC licence: some rights reserved by Davide 'Folletto' CasaliAdress:
Ponte Spinola 16128 Area Ponte Antico, Genova, ItaliaGallery:
from 9:00 to 20:00 - please check it on the aquarium website, because opening hours may changeTickets adults: