This is how the site presents their aquariums: "SEA LIFE is the world’s biggest aquarium chain with more than 40 attractions across the world." No wonder I was expecting a nice aquarium, specially because this one was built after the one in Lisbon.
It is really small and built for children. They only have activities/information boards for kids (even the staff talks to us as if we were kids...).
The tanks are too small for the amount of fish they have, they mix several species but only have info for one of them (and you can't see it in the tank...), the light is poor (it is so dark inside and the tanks almost have no natural light).
The only good thing I could notice was the location. It is really near the beach.
And it is way too expensive considering the size, the lack of staff help and present species: a ticket in Lisbon's Oceanario costs €13/€16 and Porto's SeaLife costs €13 (€10 if you buy online).
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