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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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Great place, looks like a jungle... but the panda was sleeping... in fact, the animal could not move...it was a pity! At any event, it was a must visit place! There is a farm there with goats that you can feed... this is a real...More
Generally don't make a point of visiting zoos but having heard that this is among the best, decided to check it out and were not disappointed! Arrived just before they opened so avoided any crowds during the first hour or two of the day. This...More
The zoo was clean...organised and had a wonderful panda exhibit.
There was a large variety of animals and marine animals to see.
We also used one of the cafes which had a variety of drinks, sweets and hot food available.
The zoo shop should definitely...More
Worth a visit if you like zoos as this is a good one.
Animals in large enclosures and appear to be well cared for. Grounds are well maintained and walkways are wide.
It is a large site so people are spread out and therefore it...More
Most of the animals were just trying to hide from the sun and to escape the heat and they weren't very happy with the big number of visitors either, they seemed lile they just wanted to be left alone. The pandas were hidden in a...More
What wonderful enclosures this zoo has! We spent most of our time with the pandas, who were just delightful ( my daughter's favourite) and could have watched them for hours. We wandered round some of the other animals and could easily have spent most of...More
Definitely recommend coming here!
I was a bit skeptical at first as I thought it was more for kids/families but I came here with my boyfriend and we both had a really nice time. It’s the largest zoo in Europe so there was many different...More
This zoo is huge and definitely not the saddest in terms of the animals’ quarters, and there is a huge playground that my kids loved. Also has a petting zoo where you can feed goats (need 10 and 20 cent coins to buy pellets) and...More
The zoo is set in amazing gardens that is easily accessible by train . The highlights include the aquarium and the pandas. Great to spend a few hours in the gardens spotting different animals. Recommend you have a snack and drink before entering as the...More