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The quickest way to see all the city's sights is to take this modern double-decker bus with an open top through the streets. It's equipped with a multi-lingual audio system (headphones included) that describes the one-hour tour in eight languages. You start and end in Plaza de la Reina and travel through the old town, Túria riverbed and the Arts and Sciences Centre.
This architectural marvel designed by Santiago Calatrava was conceived as a very special cinema and planetarium. Here the spectator can, in the same space, experience the sensations of a conventional planetarium while enjoying the images offered in IMAX format. Its astronomic projection system is controlled by computers in order to produce a complete representation of the sky and the planets on a surface that is 24 meters in diameter and at a 30-degree angle. The clear, sharp images projected, along with the size of the screen and the quality of the sound, achieve an exceptional realism that will transport the audience into the next galaxy. Check out the website for detailed schedule of programmes and events.
Opened in 2008 in the Parque de Cabecera, the Bioparc is one of the most modern zoos in Spain, and possibly Europe as well. Bioparc is committed to zoo-immersion, a concept where the visitor is seemingly immersed in the animal's natural habitat while observing them. This new and exciting concept in zoos makes the Bioparc a must visit attraction while you are in Valencia. The park is well-known for its collection of African wildlife and also offers educational programs in conservation.
L'Oceanogràfic is one of the four buildings that make up the City of Arts and Sciences, an important part of the cultural development within the Valencian capital. This oceanographic park, the only one of its kind in Europe, has been designed by Felix Candela. The park is set up like a real underwater city where the visitors are introduced into the different marine habitats so that they can see many different species in their faithfully reproduced natural surroundings. The objectives of this large park can be summarized as a place to have fun in while teaching visitors about life under 75 percent of the earth's surface.