Bioparc Valencia must be one of the coolest places I have been to in a long time. It is a zoo like none you have ever been to before. Everything seems to be very well thought of and planned to maximise the enjoyment for everybody, most importantly for the animals there. Ever wanted to see how different groups of species can live together in one space without any bars between you and them. There are no cages in this Bioparc and that makes it very unique. No visit to Valencia is complete without visiting this park.
By admin | Published November 20, 2011
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