A bit of walking, yes. But really beautiful! The nature, ths smell of the trees. And then all the animaly in huuge places. I really liked it. Also the little jungle house (6.50 Euro) is worth it.
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This is a delight - the zoo is laid out in roaming areas according to the continents and you can see a host of wildlife in as close to natural conditions as possible. The main park is free of charge and covers several acres with...More
This place is so big and the animal enclosures are spaced far apart. You'll need to be prepared to walk kilometres and if you're pushing a stroller, it will be hard work. There's some pretty steep hills for tiring out your little one's legs as...More
We went on one of the warmest days of our holiday and we struggled. Entrance to the park is free so I have no complaints about the cost! But the enclosures were so big and far apart that we seemed to spend longer slogging from...More
I visited the Park on a sunny Sunday. It was filled with families enjoying the outing. It is very child-friendly, and all the areas are well-marked. It is great for viewing the animals, taking pictures, or even sitting at the cafe enjoying the people having...More
We managed to navigate our way to the zoo this week and was impressed with the variety of the animals to see, some of the enclosures could have more grass for the animals to eat and less stones as part of their pastures, lots of...More
I'm not sure what the other reviewers are looking for... I have been staying in Montpellier every summer for a number of years, but this fall was the first time that I ventured out to the zoo (even though it isn't all that far away)....More
rather an old-fashioned zoo - not the ideal - but for kids and parents looking for a green and refreshing spot, it's a good choice
This zoo is free; perhaps they should charge admission and try to liven it up. Some of the animals were cool, but basically we went because it was a beautiful day to be outside. The signs are sorely lacking. The attached Botanical Garden, however, was...More
The good news is that it's free. The bad news is that it's more of a park than a zoo. You'll do a lot of walking and see very, very few animals. If you just want to spend a day outside walking around a nice...More