Bioparc Valencia

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Bioparc Valencia is a popular 10-hectare ecological park located in Valencia, Spain. It was established in 1977 and is managed and designed by Rainforest. It features a large collection of African wildlife. Hotels in Valencia are found throughout the park and are well equipped to make your stay comfortable.

The park is open to the public on certain days of the week; there is a bookingauto car rental service near the park. The first thing you need to do to visit Bioparc Valencia is to book a guided tour, of which there are a lot on

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While on vacation in Valencias, there are many different exciting things to do in Valencia with kids including the Autoglass Platform, the Cope de la Plata Marine Park, the Garifuna Cave and the National Zoo. The Garifuna Cave is an interesting tourist attraction that offers a walkway from the beach through the upper area of the cave. This walking path leads to an exhibit where you can view the live sea life. There are also several restaurants and bars where you can enjoy your drinks and view the beautiful scenery.

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The Autoglass Platform is a five star hotel with an aquarium. The Garifuna Cave is known for its impressive collection of terracotta sculptures. The Cope de la Plata marine park is located on the north side of the island and this walking tour will take you to this area. This popular attraction provides many wonderful views of the Caribbean Ocean and the nearby beaches. The Garifuna Museum features the most diverse collection of works made by the Garifuna community.

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For kids who love art, the Museo de Artes is one of the must see museums in valeria. This museum is designed to accommodate children of all ages and is home to a collection of art that originated in nearly every country in the world. The main exhibits include drawings, paintings, stone carvings and pottery. You may also enjoy visiting the Children's Theater, which is dedicated to educating and entertaining children. The Kids' Theater features musical instruments and free-standing exhibits of different works by renowned Spanish artists.

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If your kids love animals, then you should visit the Museo de Bellas Artes. This museum exhibits both local and national artifacts as well as coins from other countries. There is also a vast collection of wood carvings and sculptures which originated from different regions of the country. This fascinating museum also features a number of workshops and lectures that teach about the history, culture and nature of the Andes mountain range. Adults will surely appreciate the exhibits and the coffee bar as a part of the educational program.

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In Bioparc Valencia there are two main museums, the Natural History Museum and the Archaeological Center of Valle Espanyol. Both of these cities also feature art galleries, museums, chapels and zoos that tell about the rich cultural heritage of both areas. Bioparc Valencia also has one Children's Theatre that presents live entertainment and special movies. The museum and the cultural center of Valle Espanyol also house the relics of the Mayan civilization.