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Zoo Berlin is home to over 15.000 rare and endangered animals representing more than 1.500 species and subspecies. It is the most speciose zoo worldwide. Zoo Berlin is located in heart of Berlin, opposite to the train station Zoologischer Garten...more
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Well worth a trip, it’s very big and has loads of wildlife and stunning scenery. They’re is a great monkey house which looks very comfortable for the monkeys there.
A nice walk around and very well laid out.
A lovely day with our 2 year old looking at the many animals in the zoo. It was my second visit albeit the first was without children but we still enjoyed it just as much.
Lots to see, we wrapped up warm but well worth...More
Love, love, loved it. I know I visited on a day when it was not very busy so i was very fortunate to get to see all the animals without being rushed. A LOT of thought has gone into the displays and the architecture in...More
Going here I expected for it to have conservation purposes for the animals - this was not the case. Purely money making, the animals are kept in small spaces with a large drop if they attempted to move further. I felt particularly distressed to see...More
the zoo is lovey and the animals interesting but my only issue was on the website it said if you have a berlin pass you can get discounted tickets but i would only get the discounted tickets buying on the day, when i went to...More
Although this zoo is perhaps not perfect, it is a most enjoyable place. Its extension is vast. There is a lot of green, also water. The animals are always precious to see and to watch, so you can learn a lot. Do not miss the...More
Visited today and we bought the dual ticket to visit zoo and aquarium. What we saw of the zoo was good but very disappointing as the penguin section was closed, the lions section also closed, hippo also closed-really do feel like they should have advertised...More
Hi, We will be in Berlin for 3 days next month. I have done some prelim research on the net but most of the itinerary on the net seem too crammed.Will we be able to do Brandenburg gate, Reichstag, Berlin Zoo, Berlin Television Tower, GendarmenMarkt, Berlin Cathedral,Charlottenburg palace, Museum Island, Berlin Tiergarten, Check point charlie, etc within 3 days? Is there any must see place that I have missed. Any info would be useful. Regards, S
June 20, 2015|
Perfectly possible. In fact, you could do the Tiergarten, Reichstag, Brandenburg Gate and TV Tower in one (long) afternoon. Other places of interest might be the DDR Museum and the Topography of Terror. Does "we" include any kids?
Berlin vs. Leipzig vs. Hamburg zoo (2 Replies)
Hello, Me and my wife ar planning a trip to Germany in the beginning of august and cannot answer a question which zoo is the most woth time visitting: Berlin's (if Berlin which ome of 2 zoos), Hamburg's or Leipzig's? We have read that Leipzig zoo was rated as the best one in Germany however is that so? According to wikipedia, Berlin Zoological Garden (not tierpark) has the most animals and species, whilst Tierpark is just bigger.
July 05, 2017|
They are all excellent. Choose the one which fits best into your itinerary. Will you be visiting all 3 cities anyway?
Berlin in April (2 Replies)
I am going to berln in april with my wife and 10 month old baby any suggestions of things to do apart from the zoo