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A temporary exhibition at Lisbon Oceanario. It consists in a not very big hall with some different not very big tanks(for a public aquarium) but very nice arranged. They really look like underwater forests! You have to pay an extra fee to visit it.
When I walked into the room it took my breath away. It's such an amazing sight, particularly for someone who has kept freshwater aquariums for almost 30 years (as I have). Not only is it the largest planted freshwater aquarium in the world, but it...More
In what has been one of the most complex builds, Takashi Amano and his team created an underwater world, serene and enchanting, out of 46 aquatic plant species and 10'000 tropical fish. You will never think about the underwater world the same - a living...More
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Parque das Nacoes
This neighborhood was built up at the end of the 1990s mostly because of the Expo '98. The pavilions and structures that once were the home of all the Expo's attractions and exhibits are still culturally and artistically significant. In Parque das Nações you'll explore conference and concert pavilions, a shopping center, trendy restaurants and an enjoyable cable car ride you can't miss out on. On top of this, the
amazing Lisbon Oceanarium (one of the most spectacular things you'll ever see in the city) will take your breath away: its respect and will to preserve natural wildlife is uncanny. Easily accessible by metro, bus or taxi from the city center, Parque das Nações is highly recommended for anyone who'll spend more than 3 days in the Portuguese capital.