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Prague Zoological Garden is situated near the center of the Czech capital, in a unique rugged landscape on the bank of the Vltava River. It opened in 1931 and during its existence of more than 80 years it has risen to become one of the most...more
This is possibly one of the best Zoo's in Europe.
It is big, it has a lot of exiting animals, the animals seems to have very good conditions, it is not expensive and there are a lot of things to see and do.
This zoo is by far the best in the world. The indoor and outdoor enclosures are fantastic. The animals all seem to be in good health. Most impressive is the overall layout. My only regret is that I went in December. This place must be...More
Great Zoo - nice creatures and most enclosures are much better than I've seen elsewhere, some nice indoor enclosures with waterfall etc. We never arrived till around 11am (via a taxi from our hotel) and the Zoo closes at 4pm winter time so ideally get...More
Me and my partner went to this zoo for the first time. Was really cheap for entrance working out to be around £6.99 per person. There a wide range of animal from birds, lions, giraffes to insects and lizards etc and a lot of grounds...More
Truly fantastic experience from the very first minute we arrived. We got there about 10am and were still there well after 4pm. I'm still not sure if we saw the whole place or not.
Had food at the indian restaurant. Chicken Korma and rice with...More
Found out about the zoo and thought this would be great what a disappointment. Be prepared for a lot of walking up and down hills without seeing much. The height you get up leads to a great views of the city but that’s about it....More
We had a good day out in the zoo!
Some of the animals were unable to be seen...but that’s to be expected in December!
Easy to get to, bus/metro or taxi.
Lots of cafes to stop by on the way round to rest tired legs!
The zoo is huge, so many animals in good sized enclosures, we were there 10.30-3.30 - you do need a good amount of time to see all of the animals, we ate in Gocarovy Domy which was a cute little house-looking building, food was good...More