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Myself, my wife and a good friend visited here for the first time on Monday 28th May 2018. At €5 each to enter I feel it is very good value for money. We spent a good couple of hours wandering round the site. Accessibility is...More
Firstly you will notice the stench! The enclosures were filthy, rotting food in the animals bowls. Poo all over the floors and walkways. Next we noticed that many of the animals were sick. They had fathers falling out in large areas and we also noticed...More
My eight-year-old son loves going here (it's the only place for miles and miles to see a Hippo after all), but I can't help feeling that the best place (if there is such a thing) for a zoo is not perched on a cliff face...More
We visited this site as one of the attractions in the passport to Monaco, and think the tourist boArd should be ashamed of it. The vintage cars in Prince Rainiers collection next door are spotless and gleaming, while the birds and animals here looked unkempt...More
The Zoo at the Condamine area of Monaco costs 5€ to get in and you walk through the park at your own pace. There is a surprisingly large assortment of animals , a petting farm, and a play area for small children. There is a...More
The Monaco zoo is quite small but the kids always like visiting the animals. Many of them have been abandoned by their owners and have found their last home here. The birds' island on the top is quite cute. I first thought the hippo's area...More
Got a free ticket to the zoo with the British Airways passport deal, so was happy about that. However the zoo is very small, with not a massive range of animals. The cages were tiny, and dirty. Some of the animals in the zoo looked...More