Genoa Aquarium was definitely something to remember. It is true that it is expensive, but it will be one of the highlights of your trip. It seems small at first because everything is sorted into sections. TIP: Follow the signs that say, "To more exhibits." It turned out to be incredibly expansive, with animals that we have never even heard of, let alone seen. There were huge tanks of playful dolphins and seals. There were caimans and manatees, which are extremely endangered and hard to keep healthy in captivity. We actually got to see keepers feeding the dolphins, which did tricks like spinning in the air and jumping out of the water. There was an area for tortoises, and tiny, adorable frogs. There were tanks of stingrays that you could touch, and tanks of different kinds of sturgeons, which many we had not heard of, like sterlet and Russian sturgeon. There was a biosphere with a pond of piranhas, parrots, and ibis, although you pay extra (but it is worth it).
We can't wait to be back!
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