Lots of fish. Many fish. Colorful fish. Dangerous fish. Cute fish. Nemo fish. Fishy fish. Model ships
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Spending a couple of hours inside on a fine sunny day in San Sebastian didn't seem like the wisest use of time...and, I've seen plenty of aquariums. But, I'd heard good things about this venue, so thought it worth a look. We were highly impressed!...More
A lovely place to visit showing the history of the early life around the docks. The 'walk through' aquariums make you feel as though you are amongst the fish. The tropical aquarium shows the amazing colours and size of the sea world. Pensioners receive a...More
Even if the sun is shining find time to visit the aquarium. First a very well presented show of San Sebastian's maritime history then a remarkable shell collection, and ending up with the aquarium itself which houses a comprehensive fish collection from around the world...More
nice little aquarium highlighting the history of the port and fishing in the town and area before showcasing some of the fish found in the local waters
Why go to an aquarium in San Sebastian? If at all you must see an aquarium go to the one in Barcelona or in City of Arts and Sciences in Valencia. We have an hour to kill so we went to this one but frankly...More