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11 Sep 2017
“It is nice, but really small”
7 Apr 2018
“Horrendous attitude ”
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Ponte Ambrogio Spinola SNC, 16128, Genoa, Italy
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Reviewed 8 April 2018 via mobile

Attempted to visit on 6th April. As we tried to enter the lady working there started screaming at us to close the door. It felt totally unwelcoming and if I was the employer I would want to know that the staff are mentally stable. We...More

Thank Robert D
Reviewed 12 September 2017

It was included in my ticket to the aquarium. I think it is nice, but it takes 5 minutes to see it, and it's not worth paying the entrance.

Thank CXuor
Reviewed 12 June 2016 via mobile

I struggled to make my visit last longer than 5 minutes but having walked round twice I gave up. 1 parrot, 5 or 6 ibises and a few fish. No butterflies that I could see.

2  Thank AEWPoole
Reviewed 25 March 2016

I would add a waste of time also, but it took us only 3 minutes to walk arround. Unless if you are a botanoligist the place has nothing to offer.

Thank Nik1980
Reviewed 24 March 2016

Mail in Porto Velho in the Aquarius Village, the biosphere is a glass structure and futuristic steel designed by Renzo Piano, with a diameter of 20 meters and a weight of 60 tons. The biosphere is a garden of the residence from plants and tropical...More

2  Thank Rijards
Reviewed 27 February 2016

once you go in you are greeted by a sweet parrot(my opinion is the highlight of this attraction)the remaining attraction is nothing special.

1  Thank Antonella02311
Reviewed 9 February 2016

We visited the tiny biosphere because we bought the 5 attraction pass of the Genoa harbour. As others have said, it is very small and only takes a few minutes to go through. If you have the same pass, go, it's still worth it, but...More

1  Thank 1canadianbear
Reviewed 10 September 2015

Throughout the world there are some very good projects with protecting plant species. But this place I can only assume is an extension to a larger project that is not open to the public. You walk around the circular path and before you know it,...More

1  Thank N76L81
Reviewed 5 September 2015

It costs 5EUR for an adult and 3,5 for a child. The whole attraction takes 30 seconds to walk around. There's virtually nothing there -a few plants, one big parrot, a few red ones sitting high in the branches and 1 tortoise. A complete rip...More

2  Thank Aleksandra_Anna
Reviewed 19 September 2014

It is just a time pass thing nothing much to see inside, 5 min total visit time. Better see the surrounding places at Porto Antico.

1  Thank Harvinder_Bangalore
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