Rain or shine good for all ages. The animals are in great large open areas you feel like you could touch them! Wear good walking shoes as the park is large . For the little ones they have carts to pack them into! There are...More
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An excellent ZOO with big gardens for every species. The monkeys keep jumping on the trees and fences right in front of you! Also, what we particularly liked, the visitors of the ZOO have free parking - you only mustn't to mark your parking ticket.
If you're arriving in Salzburg by train, head out towards the bus stops. Pick up a bus ticket on your way and find the number 25 bus - for the past year it's been located on the far left hand side of the bus stops....More
This zoo is great value for money and displays some animals you wouldn't normally see in a British zoo. The layout is odd given that it is long and thin, this means you will double back on a few animals. Pros. The bears, big brown...More
A nice little zoo on the side of a hill just outside the city. My Highlights: the mountain animals inkl. Ibex, brown bear <3 my favorite, snow leopard and cougar; the white rhinos with the free roaming kattas. The Salzburg Card covers the admission. It's...More
it was good to visit the zoo, it was near by my hotel, its in big area, with lots of animal to see, good thing is they have small carts for kids which can be pulled by parents
In any season, the enclosures for cougars, snow-leopards and jaguars are really impressive. These big cats (I have included cougars due to their size) can be seen on the slopes of the hill situated in the background. This alllows a very good visibility (a significant...More
About 30 minutes drive from Alstadt, old town, Salzburg, the zoo is not large or very commercial as in larger metropolises. The setting is heavenly spoilt only by the smell of some animals (only natural). It's set at the foot of a steep mountain and...More