- List of famous Zoological gardens in European countries
Published by EUPEDIA.com
There are hundreds of zoos, wildlife parks, aquaria, bird parks, animal reserves, etc. in Europe. A small country like Austria already has about 50 of them. Germany has no less than 414 registered zoos (more than the USA !). Germany has about 250 more wildlife parks, aquaria and bird parks in addition to actual zoological gardens. The world's biggest zoo is also in Germany (Zoologischer Garten Berlin). Here is a list of the most famous zoos Europe-wide, listed by opening date...
- Top 25 Animal parks in Europe
Published by Jetcamp.com
Zoos come in all shapes and sizes; safari, aquarium, bird, covered, and indoor. And then a zoo also has various animals such as pandas, reptiles, koalas, leopards, manatees, and maybe even baby animals! Almost every city seems to have a zoo. But which is the nicest, biggest, newest, best, oldest, most beautiful in Europe? Below is the top 25 zoo in Europe.
- Adventure park deals – An overview
Published by Erlebnisparkdeals.de
On this adventure park overview you will find the locations of the various adventure parks, amusement parks and zoo's. Now if we have a new deal, we will also add the location to this page...
- BIOPARC Valencia – A new generation Zoo
Published by Bioparcvalencia.es
BIOPARC Valencia is an animal park that has been designed under the concept of zooimmersion . The incorporation of multi-species enclosures and depth of vision makes it possible to contemplate different spaces from the same point and allows you to enjoy a unique experience only appreciable in the wild . Thanks to this, we approach the animals without visible barriers as if we were in the original places of the species
- Dublin Zoo
Published by Dublinzoo.ie
Opened in 1831 as a zoological garden it covers 28 acres within the Phoenix Park. Situated in the heart of the city, it is the fourth largest zoo in the world and one of the oldest in Europe. The Dublin Zoo contains more than 600 species, divided into nine areas, with 90 animal species free to circulate in the park, which is the ideal way to observe wild animals and those in risk of extinction.
- The ZSL London Zoo
Published by The ZSL London Zoo
The zoo of the British capital, the ZSL London Zoo, is the world’s oldest scientific zoo. It was inaugurated on 27th April 1828 and originally it was intended to be used for the scientific study of animals. In 1847 it was opened to the public. Today it houses a collection of 760 species making it one of the largest wildlife parks in the United Kingdom.
- The Berlin Zoological Garden
Published by Berlin.de
The Berlin Zoological Garden - affectionately known as the Zoo - on the south west corner of the Tiergarten is a wonderfully kept urban Zoo with a huge playground, restaurants and coffee shops, providing a whole day's worth of family entertainment. A site Berliners are justly proud of, this large and very well-kept Zoo is home to more than 20,000 animals and over 1,500 species. The Berlin Zoo and its animals are part of local life and most Berliners will be aware of the news of a new arrival.
- Tierpark Berlin
Published by Berlin.de
Tierpark Berlin is Berlin's second zoo after the Zoological Garden. Europe's largest landscape animal garden is located on the extensive grounds of the Friedrichsfelde Palace Park. Wild animals from all over the world live in Europe's largest landscape animal garden around Castle Friedrichsfelde. The landscape animal park with its wide enclosures and many animal houses stretches over an area of 160 hectares.
- The Alpenzoo – Austria
Published by Alpenzoo.at
Not only does the zoo offer its visitors a spectacular view of Innsbruck and the surrounding mountains it is also home to over 2000 animals (150 species) which are or have been typical for the Alps. It is the only zoo in the world to devote itself specifically to this topic which is one of the reasons for its success. Our animals are housed in modern enclosures, going through aviaries, exiting outdoor terrariums and a large cold water aquarium.
- Wilhelma’s Park – Germany
Published by Wilhelma's Park
Wilhelma's park is almost 70 acres in size (280,000 square metres), and thus takes up the area of some 40 football pitches. To the south the park borders onto Rosenstein Park, to the east is the River Neckar, to the west and the north there are residential areas of the Stuttgart city district Bad Cannstatt. The park consists of a historical and a newer section.
- Korkeasaari Zoo – Finland
Published by Korkeasaari Zoo
Korkeasaari Zoo is home to 150 animal species and almost 1000 plant species that are testament to the diversity of nature. Meet the large Amur tigers, tiny pygmy marmosets, agile snow leopards, impressive wisents and dazzling, free roaming peafowls alongside indigenous Finnish species such as the elk, bear, wolverine and forest reindeer. All this while enjoying the silence and peace of the Finnish nature surrounding you.