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Lausanne’s Aquatis, photo by Aquatis Aquarium-Vivarium Lausanne

A fresh look at freshwater Aquatis

Lausanne’s Aquatis opened in 2018 as Europe’s largest freshwater aquarium and vivarium, boasting more than 10000 fish and 100 reptiles from all around the world.

Lausanne’s Aquatis – Europe’s largest freshwater aquarium a hit with kids and adults

Fish are the main attraction at this Lausanne aquarium

Lausanne’s Aquatis opened in 2018 as Europe’s largest freshwater aquarium and vivarium, boasting more than 10000 fish and 100 reptiles from all around the world.

The two-hour long tour is a fully immersive and interactive experience that both kids and adults will find fascinating. Switzerland is known for its outdoor activities, so on a rainy day, Aquatis is a perfect escape.

There are wallet-friendly family tickets as well as discounted Monday visits and the adjoining Aquatis hotel deals if you book online. When you end the tour in the aquarium’s spectacular rainforest, a glimpse of the rare Komodo dragon will alone justify the price of admission. aquatis.ch

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© This article was first published in June-July 2019 edition of World Travel Magazine.

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