You must have heard about the beauty of Barcelona and Madrid but have you heard about Valencia. This is another tourist destination in Spain. If you have decided to spend your holidays in Spain, then you should definitely visit Valencia. In particular, students who have research projects should come here because this city is dedicated to the arts, science, culture, nature, music, and space.
The oceanographic park situated in Valencia is the largest aquarium in Europe. It was constructed by Felix Candela. It covers about one hundred and eleven thousand meters and forty-two million liters. The design of this building is the shape of a water lily. There are more than forty-five thousand water species here. You will see sharks swimming above your head in the aquarium and penguins walking around in their funny postures. You can also feed them if you like. If you are taking kids on your holidays, then you should bring them over to this oceanographic park, because here they will enjoy themselves a lot and learn about marine wildlife.
Being the third-largest city in Spain, Valencia is the third-largest city in Spain. This park is structured underwater; therefore you can easily see the fishes and other species swimming here and there. The saltwater represents the whole marine life. At the times of holidays, when most tourists visit this place, the authorities showcase dolphins that are really enjoyed by children. Once you will buy the ticket you can survey the place for the whole day.
If you are a marine zoologist, then you must come here as it will help you greatly in doing lots of research and understanding marine life in a more enhanced way. You can take pictures and observe the great species. These people will really feel delightful when they come over here.
The oceanographic park also has botanical gardens, so if you are a marine botanist, then you should not miss the chance of coming to this park as you will see species that you will not find anywhere else in the world. The species that you will see over here are aspiring. You can take lots of photographs and paste them into your research journal.