City Of The Arts And Sciences, Valencia
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City Of The Arts And Sciences, Valencia - Address, Phone Number
Address: Avenida Profesor Lopez Pinero, 7, 46013 Valencia, Spain
Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
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This freaky place puts Valencia on the map. Eye catching and brilliantly detailed, the complex is possibly Valencia’s most popular destination. There are five main buildings: the Opera House, the Imax Theatre, the Science Museum, the Agora (sports venue), and the Oceanographic (Europe’s largest aquarium). Even if you don’t visit every building here, it’s a good place to just walk about and take in the sheer sci-fi awesomeness of the place.
How To reach City Of The Arts And Sciences by Public Transport
- Buses on Albereda de Valencia and Avenue del Prof. Lopez Pinero
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Very very nice.. “Not touching is prohibited”.. very true.. great for all.. loved the way in which scientific principles were explained.. very hands on.. even have a section for kids to create with waste material.. loved it to core.. must visit!!!
A very nice place to walk around with friends, family, children and even alone. You can learn lots of interesting things and it is close to oceanographic. It is amazing. At weekend there are lots outdoor activities. I really had a good time. River area is super beautiful.
Travelled from Barcelona via car and stayed for a couple of nights. Valencia is a nice place but not especially worth the trip unless you have an interest in Santiago Calatrava's Architecture. The Architecture is great but the Museum and the accompanying Opera House and Aquarium, while fine, are not in and of themselves worth a specific visit. Make the effort if you're in the neighbourhood but don't work too hard to get to the neighbourhood.
My 4 hour tour was not enough. The place is filled with great sights and modern architecture. Its nice to walk around, take pictures and sit by some snack shops while savoring the view even if you are alone.
Very little interactive objects. Many reading and general information. Dinosaurs were cool. Includes information about electric supply chain in Spain with it's characteristics and main division points.
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