Great centre, it tells you a lot about the sea, it's animals and countries/islands threatened by the increasing sea level. For me the focus of the centre is on education so it is more suitable for adults and/or school visits with children older than 10 years. We expected a bit more fun and fear as we were with 8 adults and 9 young children. You have great basins with many different types of fish, sharks and in some basins you are even allowed to touch some fish. You can spend easily half a day here and there is a cafetaria/restaurant.
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