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tomipark

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I've been browsing a bunch of websites before my trip to Rhodes and some of them are suggesting that I visit the aquarium. Is this aquarium special or any different? I don't really want to waste my time visiting an aquarium that's the same as the one I can go to in my own city. Thanks

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ssherie_

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Honestly there wasn't much of a difference. There are way better and way more unique things to do on the island than go to an aquriaum. Your intuition is right
 

xmelissaa

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How different could an aquarium truly be? I wouldn't suggest it
 

k_tsoukalas

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If you have a lot of time on the island and are looking for something to do on a not so nice day, visiting the aquarium couldn't hurt. However, I wouldn't go at the expense of something you really should see, such as the historical area with the Knights of Saint John, and you should definitely prioritize visiting at least one beach. In the rare instance of rain, or if you have kids that are having a hard time being amused and you can get them excited about the aquarium, I say go for it!
 

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