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Aquarium of Genoa: Timeslot Ticket

1. Aquarium of Genoa: Timeslot Ticket

Make your way to the Aquarium of Genoa to see more than 15,000 animals from 400 species at Italy's largest aquatic zoo. Learn how the aquarium was built for the Genoa Expo '92. Enjoy a venue that is home to the biggest display of aquatic biodiversity in Europe. Venture into the fascinating waters of the world as you explore more than 70 tanks of critters. Marvel at animals from the Antarctic, such as penguins, and see sharks, seals, jellyfish, and the colorful fish of the coral barriers. Go to the Cetacean Pavilion, designed by Renzo Piano, and laugh along with the bottlenose dolphins at 4 open-air pools.

Aquarium of Genoa: Entry Ticket and Aperitif

2. Aquarium of Genoa: Entry Ticket and Aperitif

Book your Aquarium Happy open ticket and enter the Aquarium of Genoa without any reservation. Take a break with a glass of wine or sparkling wine at the Tender Bar inside the aquarium with a spectacular view of the Old Port. Visit the Aquarium of Genoa after 4:00 PM, the quietest moment of the day, and enjoy the flexibility of an open ticket. In between your visit, sit down and relax at Tender Bar. With this ticket you can make your entrance only between 4 PM and 5 PM to visit the Aquarium and enjoy Your Aperitif.

Genoa: Aquarium of Genoa and City Guided Walking Tour

3. Genoa: Aquarium of Genoa and City Guided Walking Tour

Walk around the city of Genoa with a local guide on this two-hour city tour. Learn about marine life and biodiversity in the Aquarium of Genoa as well. From Porto Antico, enter the medieval urban fabric of the city, with a particular focus on the Collina di Castello. Reach the Cathedral and the structures built in the Baroque period, touching the architectural masterpieces of the Golden Age of the Genoese. Then, head over to the modern part of the city, identifiable with Piazza De Ferrari. Make your way to the Aquarium of Genoa for an immersive and engaging experience with innovative sets, latest generation digital installations, and a completely renewed light and sound design. Interact with the staff who take care of the animals every day, and discover the secrets and curiosities of the ocean.

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What people are saying about Genoa

Overall rating

4.2 / 5

based on 15 reviews

The visit to the Aquarium was intense for the amount of species present, the welcome video projected at the entrance was beautiful, introducing the marine world that you will meet. deck of the ship and a wonderful viewpoint over the splendid city of Genoa as well as a bar and a shop of characteristic objects of the aquarium. The only improvement that could be made is related to the presence of some of the staff (very few in the entire path, only two very shy operators) who, especially in some points, orient visitors who are disoriented. The only drawback in front of the tanks due to too many people is crowded, does not wait for those in front to move, and so it is tiring to be able to enjoy the observation. Buying the tickets online was really agile, we went in an instant

It was wonderful, we could see the whale very closely, and the dolphins how they jumped very close to us, we would say that they were putting on a show just for us. Great day staff imppecable to redo when I return.

It is a beautiful excursion, the sighting of a whale and a group of dolphins made me move like a child ...

Very nice, well-kept aquarium, informative and entertaining. Even a teenager enjoyed the Nemo spot.

very good experience and every thing is well managed.