The Oceanogràfic celebrates its tenth anniversary in style

Publishing date 11/02/2013

Come to the Oceanogràfic any Sunday in February and enjoy Europe's biggest marine life park like never before. The park is marking its anniversary with tickets on sale at only €10 and free entry for ten year-olds, plus special menus, gift packs and lots more surprises.
The Oceanogràfic celebrates its tenth anniversary in style

Europe's biggest marine life park, the Oceanográfic, is now ten years old and intends to celebrate in style. Every Sunday in February and for only €10, you can have a great time watching the sea lions, beluga whales, dolphin shows, birds of prey displays, theatre shows and music bands, as well as having your photo taken at the themed photo booth or helping to make "The sea in your hands" mural.

Railway company RENFE is also getting involved in this tenth anniversary with tickets from €10 per trip for journeys into Valencia from Alicante or Murcia on Sundays 3, 10, 17 and 24 February. RENFE is also offering cheap seats at €32.50 each way during weekends in February on the Madrid-Valencia high speed route (AVE).

The Hemisfèric is joining in the celebrations by selling tickets at a €4 flat rate on Sundays throughout February. Films being screened this month include two with a sea life theme: the children's animation 'Turtles 3D+The Little Prince 3D', about a little turtle's journey around the oceans, and 'Sea Monsters: Giants of the Ocean', showing what the seas were like 82 million years ago.

And after you've explored the park, don't forget to go and visit some of the many tourist attractions in the city of Valencia, including the historic Barrio del Carmen district, the museums, beaches and the Albufera lagoon, which is very close to the Oceanográfic. You could even do some shopping, as Valencia is a lively city that stays open 365 days a year!

Come to the Oceanogràfic, be part of its tenth anniversary celebrations and explore a city that leaves everyone spellbound!

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