Baden-Württemberg
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Our most recommended Baden-Württemberg Zoos & Aquariums

  • Ticket to SEA LIFE Konstanz

    1. Ticket to SEA LIFE Konstanz

    SEA LIFE Konstanz presents a variety of different habitats of native and tropical waters. Follow the length of the Rhine from the glaciers in the Alps, via the Rhine to Lake Constance and the North Sea and Mediterranean. Experience the world of the Red Sea and visit the highlight of the exhibition – the 8-meter long tunnel through the Red Sea basin with black tip reef sharks and sea turtles. See piranhas, poison dart frogs and basilisks in the rainforest area. Discover the cute gentoo penguins and how they clumsily explore the “Antarctica”. Learn more about their origin and how they got their funny name.

  • Sea Life Speyer Ticket

    2. Sea Life Speyer Ticket

    Visit Sea Life Speyer and discover a fascinating underwater world. Many of the animals are on the Red List of Threatened Species and were rescued or born and then raised in the aquariums. Get to know turtles, octopods, sharks, rays, jellyfish and a variety of other kinds of fish. See the sea dwellers when they are swimming right in front of you. In the World of the Corals, enjoy the beautiful panoramic view of a magnificent reef that is continuously growing and changing. Besides hundreds of tropical fish, you will also see a night tank with glowing corals and a breeding tank. With six audio stations, you will be able to get more information on life at and in the reef. Walk through the eight meter long underwater glass tunnel and dive alongside impressive sharks and rays.

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What people are saying about Baden-Württemberg

Overall rating

3.2 / 5

based on 6 reviews

It was really a great visit and the animals are definitely worth seeing, but you shouldn't plan longer than 2 hours, it is not particularly large. I can imagine that it will be a little too crowded at the weekend to take a closer look at everything, since it was already moderately crowded on a Wednesday when the sun was shining. But it's worth it!

Great trip for the general family

We didn't have to queue for the checkout, which was ideal, especially if you have small children with you, but there was a short stop at the entrance because a member of the staff had to be found who knew get your gide tickets, otherwise recommended

unfortunately about half of the devices for children (eg turtles) were defective. This caused long waiting times - which was a shame! Otherwise we really enjoyed the visit.