It's easy to get to on the tram, it's a little different to English ones, the animals are spread out over a lot more land and it's very hilly, make sure you have water with you and comfortable shoes, we took about 2-3 hours to...More
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This zoo seems a forest. You don´t feel like "jails". Paths between trees drive you to animal locations, wide spaces. No big holes separations, but no sense of danger, near a wild life real experience Free entry! Amazonia has a separae building with amazonic forest...More
This zoo is fantastic for people of all ages, we had such a great time at this zoo and it was a nice walk between each animal. There is a free map provided which helps you find your way round. There is also a bus...More
A different kind of zoo, with a lot of paths and spaces (forested areas) between the animals. No guarantee that you will see animals in the area. Great restaurant near the entrance. We didn't go into the Rain-forest area, but could see into a section...More
This zoo is one of the best I've been with my four and nine year olds - and we've been to a fair few! Whilst entry to the Zoo is free, it's worth paying a few extra Euros to enter the 'Serre Amazonienne' which offers...More
We've been enjoying this zoo for many many years. We've watched the zoo evolve over the years and appreciate the spaces and greenery allotted to the animals. Your little ones can opt for smaller trails and your older kids can do the longer distances. Arrive...More
Located a bit away from the center, the zoo is in a very nice and maintained park. You can easily walk around with kids and see a bunch of animals. Pretty cheap as well, it was a great activity
The zoo is big and have interesting animals. They have bathroom and water during the path. My complains are that they should put more signs pointing where to go to see each animal (no signs on intersections) and several animals where not visible when we...More
A nice and calming experience, great for kids... not sure if adults would enjoy it if they've been to a bigger zoo. Still, it was well organized and a nice way to pass an hour or two.
This place is free, apart from the amazon rainforest house bit. It's a good space, with nice long walks possible. It's not overly commercialised inside with only one cafe and gift shop at the entrance, which both offered reasonably priced goods. There are picnic spots...More