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Oradea Zoo

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Oradea Zoo

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Aleea Matei Basarab # 1, Oradea 410095 Romania
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Pedestrian Classic Tour with Traditional Food tasting in Oradea
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Pedestrian Classic Tour with Traditional Food tasting in Oradea

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The tour it's a perfect mix of history, culture and architecture, especially for those who want to discover the city in an unique way, but not spending too much time on it or gaining too much and maybe ''boring'' information. It will provide you a good understanding of why Oradea is considered the Art-Nouveau capital of Romania and why it is known as ''the city of kings'', all these behind the legends that stays in the back of the city construction. <br><br>Tasting traditional food is another way of disovering local culture. ”Plăcintă” is is a Romanian, Moldovan and Ukrainian traditional pastry resembling a thin, small round or square-shaped cake, usually filled with apples or a soft cheese such as ”Urdă”. This Romanian spirit is now known even in Japan. It is ”palinca” or ”tuica”, a liquor that is always present on any Ardeal peasant’s table and not only.
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ViewsAndReviews wrote a review Nov 3
Constanta, Romania1,015 contributions207 helpful votes
Visiting the zoo mid-week on a slightly rainy day during a pandemic, no surprises there were only two other people in the entire zoo! The animals seemed bored and lonely understandably, and some, like the ostriches and llamas, followed me alongside the fence for attention. Don’t worry, we had nice chats and left on friendly terms. Across the street, the Nicolae Bălcescu park was a worthwhile stop, especially if you know the history about the Auschwitz training stopping there. Sad, but we need to acknowledge it and make the world a better place by loving others.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Miss Natasha Crist wrote a review Jan 2020
7 contributions1 helpful vote
I visited here in September 2019, I thoroughly enjoyed it. My main concerns were the lone Lion (should have a partner), a wolf with a damaged leg which didn't look as though it had been treated. On my way out, there was a gift shop with a wide range of things to buy.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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HappyTraveller wrote a review Aug 2019
11 contributions5 helpful votes
The place is clean and can easily be visited with small children. There is a large variety of animals to see.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Claudiu F wrote a review Jul 2019
Timisoara, Romania2 contributions
Awesome place to visit with your kids. Very clean unlike other zoos and an array of animals to watch.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Kuly wrote a review Jul 2019
Brasov, Romania35 contributions1 helpful vote
If you have kids then it is a safe bet to visit this place. Specially that you can feed some animals there. Nice family fun!
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Date of experience: April 2019
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