In the city of the future you will find an amazing children's playground in the shape of Gulliver.
In addition to the fact that the city of science and art itself is an amazing and unique place where you can learn a lot of new stuff, immerse yourself in the world of exotic and unexplored and there are many interesting and amusing exhibits, the simplest and most ordinary things here, like for example, a children's playground is made in absolutely unique style.
How to do?
1. Go to the modern oasis in the city of Valencia - the city of the arts and the sciences in the park of the old Turia river bed. You can get there by metro to the Maritim Serreria station, from there you can walk on foot, it will take approximately 15 minutes.
2. You can walk around the town, there are: 5D cinema, a planetarium, exhibits that can be touched, parks, greenhouses and of course a playground in the shape of Gulliver.
3. Even if you are no longer a child, do not deny yourself the pleasure to take a few photos here and sit on someones head (well, at least at the head of this giant), hanging legs and sliding down his hair.
Where to do?
City of Arts and Sciences
A small futuristic miracle, the unique Spanish town of the future is striking with an unlimited opportunity to amaze and expand consciousness.9
del Professor López Piñero avenue, 7Open hours:
From 10:00 am to 06:00 pm. Sunday is a day off.Phone:
+34 902 10 00 31Official website: https://www.cac.es
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