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Acquario di Cattolica

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Piazzale delle Nazioni 1/A, 47841 Cattolica Italy
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If thinking about Romagna the Adriatic coast, its shores, holidays under umbrellas all lined up, it is in the hinterland that you discover attractions and landscapes alternative to those of the most common holiday imaginary. Beautiful hills, and above them a succession of villages between Emilia Romagna and Marche, some with well-known names (Gradara stands out), others less known, but all with the common trait of the wealth of history, art, traditions. And if the center of Rimini already offers walks through alleys and important historical sites, from the Arch of Augustus to the Tiberius bridge to the Malatesta Castel Sismondo, the province of Rimini is home to several medieval villages, which are definitely worth visiting, both with short trips during a beach holiday, either by choosing an itinerary of a few days between nature, castles, ancient legends and stories of alchemy, without forgetting the food and wine, the pride of the area.
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LondonPippo wrote a review Sep 2020
Stanmore, United Kingdom21 contributions33 helpful votes
We visited during the summer COVID pandemic. The Aquarium facilities are well set out and the large campus aided the feeling of space. The ticket purchase being online was simple and saved some money. The entry into the building was less than well arranged. As there was a queue system that you couldn't avoid being closer than a meter to other patrons, while the temperature was a check, and most annoyingly so the Aquarium could take an entry picture with the hope of selling at the end. With the flux of entries being low the queue was a product of inefficient staffing and not the number of arrivals. If there were to be an infection passed on, it would be in this COVID check area! The aquarium is well ordered and has a nice mix of mammals, and small and large fish, it kept the children interested as much the adults. The star of the show is the large Shark tank which you arrive to after a fair amount of up and downstairs. If you were to be pushing anyone around, it wouldn't be an ideal visit.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Maciej B wrote a review Jul 2020
Brussels, Belgium302 contributions85 helpful votes
It’s maybe not as rich in species like some other acquariums I’ve seen, but it’s lovely designed and entertaining. Though I’ve found the prices a bit too high for the value.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Response from ParchiCE, Responsabile relazioni pubbliche at Acquario di Cattolica
Responded 2 Aug 2020
Thank you for your visit and for leaving a nice feedback. Any suggestion or hint from our visitors is most welcome.
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ecurmi wrote a review Nov 2019
Island of Malta, Malta145 contributions68 helpful votes
This acquarium is a great option to visit especially with kids. It is divided in parts - with an area dedicated to fish being the main, and in my opinion the best one of all. There is also an area with reptiles which can be of interest to children, and if you're lucky enough that they are not asleep -you can view as well the otters in their area.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Response from ParchiCE, Responsabile relazioni pubbliche at Acquario di Cattolica
Responded 10 Feb 2020
Dear Manuel, Thank you so much for being with us and for your very nice feeback. We are aware aquariums are perfect locations to show children how perfect nature's harmony is, and how fragile, indeed. We do appreciate when feedback comes from visitors who are also parents: we will keep on doing our part to convey environmental awareness to even the littlest among our visitors (while amusing them, of course!)
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Vikrant Khanna wrote a review Sep 2019
Cattolica, Italy2 contributions
An average place with decent facilities however the marine life inside is not worth the price. Overpriced. But for what it’s worth it’s a decent place for the kids.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Atlasmoth wrote a review Sep 2019
Ipswich, United Kingdom37 contributions9 helpful votes
We spent a couple of hours visiting all four buildings and although we did find it interesting it was not the best aquarium we have visited and not the cheapest either.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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