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«People who know animals will protect them.» Up above the city of Zurich, spanning a surface of approximately 27 hectares, is Switzerland’s largest and most frequently visited cultural and educational institution: Zoo Zurich. The popular nationwide...more
Awesome playgrounds with some shade inside the zoo. Could have spent way more time if we had it! Very clean and better than any zoo in the US that I’ve seen with maybe the exception of San Diego and the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo.
This is a whole day tour, with lots of different “environments” to be seen, all really well characterized. You go from Pantanal in Brazil, passing through Africa and Madagascar going until Asia in one place only. The animals live in large cages, so large that...More
I spent a great time in Zürich Zoo. It was easy to get in, no time spent to buy a ticket.
Compared to other zoo I visited, here in some cases I was able to pass near by the inhabitants of the zoo: ostrich, koala,...More
I dont want to say that i have been to better Zoo in other countries but Zurich one has good number of animals and a varaity but lacks the good arrangmwnts where you can walk in and walk out making sure you saw most or...More
This is an amazing zoo - healthy-looking animals and what a wide variety of them, so much to see. The food court is great - a good range of food choices (including a salad bar). There is a big playground near the food court. We...More
Went there with my 11 year old grand daughter. Before we got there she said she didn’t much like zoos. Afterwards she said she still didn’t like the idea of animals in captivity but the animals there seemed to be more than OK with it....More
Zurich Zoo is interesting! The reason is say this is because it has many animal species that at least we hadn’t seen in Asia, and therefore it made the place interesting! Animal interactions weren’t there (like feeding or interaction! by visitors) , may be those...More
Hi, I guess it depends on how much you like to walk in the rain from one animal attraction to the next. There are some attractions which take place indoors like the Masoala Halle where you can easily spend 1-2 hours. There... More
Hi, I guess it depends on how much you like to walk in the rain from one animal attraction to the next. There are some attractions which take place indoors like the Masoala Halle where you can easily spend 1-2 hours. There is the aquarium, and the elephant house, etc. Like others have written, you probably get more for your money if you go on a non-rainy day. On rainy days, there are not as many people and you will get around much faster and not have to wait. I would probably not go on 'stormy rain' days.