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Genoa: Biosfera Entrance Ticket

1. Genoa: Biosfera Entrance Ticket

Escape the hustle and bustle of the city and spend the day in nature at the Genoa Biosfera. Head to the Old Port of Genoa, where you can witness the unique architecture of this steel and glass structure, designed by architect Renzo Piano. Inside the Biosphere, learn more about the fauna and flora of tropical forests, delicate ecosystems that are threatened by human exploitation. Observe more than 150 species closely, admire their fragile beauty and understand how their survival depends on you too. During your visit, get the opportunity to witness several rare specimens of tropical plants. In addition to the tree ferns, the tallest in the world, you can see plants such as the chewing gum tree, the coffee plant, the banana tree, and cinnamon.

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What people are saying about Biosfera

Overall rating

4.0 / 5

based on 48 reviews

The biosphere is very small, you can visit it in 5 minutes, but it is a great experience. There are animals free to move (scarlet ibis, tropical birds) a very small stream to cross over the stones, exotic plants whose products we know but not the plant itself (cinnamon tree, chewingum tree ...). Since the ticket costs only 5 euros, in my opinion it is an experience for children to do instead of a ride on a carousel, which costs even more!

the biosphere is very beautiful, small but concentrated, enjoy it without rushing to see more details. the purchase of the ticket quickly and without difficulty, they also accepted the electronic ticket.

Very simple. The route is very short but if you get lost in observing plants and birds and you want to, you can stay for an hour without getting bored.

Very nice space great for bringing small children even teenagers

The space was small but everything was fascinating