The City of Arts and Sciences is an architectural complex, cultural and entertainment in the city of Valencia (Spain).
The complex, designed by Santiago Calatrava and Félix Candela, was inaugurated on April 16, 1998 with the start-up of The Hemisférico. The last key component of the City of Arts and Sciences is the Agora, located between the bridge of l’Assut de l’Or and the Oceanogràfic.
The City of Arts and Sciences is located at the end of the old bed of the Turia River, an ideal place to enjoy a walk or a picnic outdoors.
The buildings that make it up are:
It seems an eye shape. Screening Room film IMAX.
The Science Museum Prince Felipe
With a similar shape to the skeleton of a dinosaur, is an interactive science museum.
Landscaped garden with autochthonous plants of Valencia, covered by floating arches from where you can see the whole complex of the City of Arts and Sciences. Housed inside the Sculpture Walk, a gallery of art outdoor sculptures by contemporary authors.
The Oceanographic is the largest aquarium in Europe. Is shaped like a water lily.
Palace of Arts Reina Sofa
With four large rooms: a Main Room, Magisterial Classroom, Amphitheater and Theater of Chamber.
Concerns to music and performing arts.
A covered plaza in which take place concerts and sporting events, such as the new Grand Prix of Valencia Tennis.