This is really an Amazing zoo At the moment Lots of animal babies which makes it even better The staff is really good and informative and the atmosphere in the zoo is great I Can really recommend this place While visiting Copenhagen Thomas
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Fine place for a family trip with your grandchildren. No matter what age they have, they find it exciting to look at the exotic animals. Tigers, lions, bears, monkeys, elephants, etc. Nice area as well. Lots of space. You can rent small wagons for the...More
We only visited the first half of the zoo, not venturing through the underground pass to the other side as we were exhausted form ou visit to the viking museum in the morning. They have lots of interesting animals and birds. The food is prricey...More
It´s very nice zoo close the city centre. Park is clean. There are many animals. But. I think that Zoo in Prague is largest. The entry to the zoo is including in Copenhagen Card.We spent there approximately four hours.
Wonderful zoo very close to the city centre: we came on foot so we could admire the large park just in front of the zoo. We had planned a morning visit so we could see something else in the afternoon, but we ended up spending...More
We got some great photos at this zoo, it's split into 2 halves with African Reserve animals one the one side and Polar Bears, Grizzly Bears, Tigers etc on the other. I would say this is a great place to bring children too and there...More
Everything was clean and well taken care of. Animals had good places and there was plenty of information about species.
Nice place to spend a day in a very relaxed way in Copenhagen. Would definitely eat off 3 hours of the day. Loads of animals and birds are kept here. A few endangered ones like the Rhinoceros, Minsk, Polar bears can be found here. A...More
The animals must be happy here as there were lots of young, we really enjoyed seeing the joey kangaroos, the lion cubs, the elephant calf, I had never seen a Tanzanian Devil before which was interesting, nor a polar bear who was enjoying eating its...More