A very decent place where to spend an afternoon with your kids.....I recommend it in spring in particular
Terrible zoo...there really is no place for zoos in city centres any more. Dirty, cramped and often smelly conditions for many of the animals. Disgraceful. Conservation plays no part here... and-impossible to park!
For what we are used to so far in Germany, this was a much better zoo. They have a lot of different animals that are great to take the family to and see. Parking around the zoo is bad to say the least. Recommend taking public transit in from the outskirts or utilize one of the parking garages. We parked... More
Nice zoo, many animals but some of the animal houses are kind of stinky are dirty. Really enjoyed the one with the nocturnals though. Weather wasn't that good, I recommend going when it's sunny, because most of the animals stay inside if it's cold.
Definitely a must-go if you like animals and spacious places.Take some time to walk through the gardens. Don't miss the cute seals in the pool located by the small bridge; they are so friendly, and the little ones may pose for your camera, and mimic your waves :) The zoo is easily accesible by transportation.
Situated on the center of the city, is easy to reach with the Subway. There is a great number of animals and even if the structure is not new is keep in a good condition and also all the place are clean and the guests seems to feel quite good on their space. I think that for the children is... More
We were not expecting how large this zoo really is! It has several exhibits; from reptiles to an aquarium, monkey house, petting zoo, big cats, bird house, giraffes, and many types of smaller exotic animals. Since we visited in February, some exhibits were not open, but still plenty to see. For 10 euro a person (adult), you could easily spend... More
In January 2014, I spent an enjoyable morning visiting the Frankfurt Zoo.It is fun small fun zoo. It has a great monkey house. The nocturnal house was also well worth a visit.
I wasn't too concerned with the lack of English narrative, but there was no clear direction to take someone through a journey to see all the exhibits. Perhaps I should have purchased a map or took a picture of it at the start! Animals didn't look too happy on the day as it was cold, but staff showed compassion to... More
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