We used three cooler days in Spain for visiting the city of Valencia. It was there I heard of bioparc for the first time. If you haven’t heard of it, it is essentially a zoo, just better. Even though bioparc in Valencia is much smaller than zoos I saw in Poland, Hungary or Ireland, everything there is designed that way, to look remarkably like the natural habitats of specific animals.
We were extremely lucky because when we reached the city, there was a little drizzle. Even a kind lady at the cashier warned as that tickets are non-refundable and it is about to rain. Since we came such a long way, we decided to risk it. The drizzle was gone in minutes and it never rained but it looked like the weather scared away many tourists because there were hardly any visitors there that day so we had it all nearly to ourselves.
On the way back we took a walk in Guliver park and found most amazing playground we have ever seen. It is shaped like the eponymous Guliver from Jonathan Swift’s novel.