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Faunia

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Avenida Comunidades 28 Valdebernardo, 28032 Madrid Spain
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ValdebernardoMadrid Metro15 min
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IKONO is a unique space in Spain, a sensory experience where we want you to enjoy photography through the different spaces. In each of our rooms you will experience a different sensory journey where you will live ‘Ikonic’ experiences.<br><br>The experience lasts approximately 60 minutes and is a collection of different worlds where you will come into contact with unique smells, colors and touches. The digital and the original merge in a unique place for your photos.<br><br>At IKONO all ages can enjoy, the only requirement is that you make each space yours, transforming it into a unique place in the world. Being Ikonic is up to you. You dare?<br><br>
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Danialombardi wrote a review Sep 2020
Madrid, Spain308 contributions45 helpful votes
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I was expecting it to be better than the zoo from the way people had described it to us. It was a mess, directions not clear at all, we were lost throughout. The Komodo dragons weren’t there and the best thing we saw were the crocodiles but you had to see them quickly without enjoying them as there was a queue of people in front and behind. Don’t think we’ll come back to be honest, even if our 3 year old enjoyed it but mainly just the crocodiles. Most places to eat were shut too due to the circumstances, only one place open.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Response from Parque F, Director de Relaciones Públicas at Faunia
Responded Sep 7, 2020
Dear visitor, We are sorry that this was your perception of our park. Faunia is a unique space where more than 3,000 animals live. For security reasons, some of our areas remain closed, so we recommend that visitors consult them on our website. During the day and at this time of year, as a rule, our Komodo dragons stay in their outer grasslands. However, it is possible that they were indoors, since these animals are very sensitive to changes in temperature, as soon as they drop. Your caregivers monitor your environmental conditions to ensure your well-being and avoid health problems, so it is possible that at the time you came, they were inside for this reason. The indoor facility is currently closed to the public for safety and hygiene issues in the face of Covid 19, as stated on our website. a greeting
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Evgeny M wrote a review Jan 2020
Moscow, Russia96 contributions49 helpful votes
Faunia is well construed and designed, showing the animals and plants in their respective climate zones. Red panda is especially sweet. This visit could complement a zoo visit rather than fully subsitute it: zoos usually show elephants, giraffes etc absent here. Couple of practical advices: try to buy tickets online and in advance. Hop on hop off coupon book sometimes offers discounts for Faunia. After all, this place is not so cheap: standard price is 27.95 eur per person. Navigation wise be attentive when walking from the subway station: google maps are sometimes guiding in a wrong direction. All in all, a nice visit.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Response from Parque F, Director de Relaciones Públicas at Faunia
Responded Jan 20, 2020
Dear visitor, Thank you for visiting our park, we are glad you enjoyed the experience, a visit that does not replace any other zoological experience, but complements it. Greetings and thank you
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TimmyWs wrote a review Feb 2019
Brighton, United Kingdom144 contributions91 helpful votes
I like the linear route that takes you round the zoo and the concept is good with up close experiences with some deer, goats, chickens, kangaroo, emu, wallaby etc; however a few issues. - Even though park is quite new, it has not been designed for the amount of visitors, especially bearing in mind pushchairs. Certain sections were very crowded even in February. - Food and coffee places closed most (if not all) the day. Weird that they want to miss out on this extra revenue. - There are no butterflies in the butterfly house. Very strange. - Unlike the Zoo and Parque de Attraciones there is not sufficient space for the people that bring their own picnic. - More staff or volunteers to stop people feeding animals crisps etc would be welcome. - About 10 to 15 minute walk from Metro station with no signs that we could see. Our 2 year old son enjoyed it here.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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DessertMenuPlease wrote a review Nov 2018
Madrid, Spain11 contributions
We really enjoyed our visit to Faunia. There was a lot of animals and in general it was clean and tidy. The animals looked in quite good condition, maybe in summer some would need some more shade, but we went in October. But there wasn't enough members of staff around to control the crowds of people. In the bat enclosure where you're supposed to be silent, people were shouting, talking loudly and not respecting the rules. We saw several people feeding the animals crisps, bread, chocolate even though there were signs everywhere saying not to. We were really surprised by this poor behaviour, and without members of staff walking around monitoring the situation, it's quite frustrating to watch. Overall would recommend that you visit but they need to hire more staff!
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Date of experience: October 2018
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marstef5 wrote a review Oct 2018
Avranches, France23 contributions8 helpful votes
A bit hard to get to using public transport. But that's the only negative point I can think of. The concept is brilliant, grouping animals by their habitat of some other common feature. And shows are awesome. You really get close to animals (birds, sea lions) to the point they sit right next to you. A lot of features for kids. I could spend whole day there! Go and see Faunia, you won't regret it!
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Date of experience: October 2018
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Response from Parque F, Director de Relaciones Públicas at Faunia
Responded Oct 29, 2018
Dear traveler, Thank you for sharing your experience with us. We hope to see you soon. Kind regards.
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