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Zagreb Zoo

Address Maksimirski perivoj bb,
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Open: Open daily from 9.00 am to 8.00 pm. Ticket sale until 7.00 pm.
Prices: Adults: 20 Kn (10 Kn on Mondays), children (until 7 years) 10 Kn.
No of Species No of Animals Star Rating
Mammals Conservation
Birds Enclosures
Reptiles Education
Amphibians Recreation
Fish Research
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This critique last updated:  Dec 2007

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Visitor Reviews

This review submitted by NIELS JOHS LEGARTH IVERSEN,
October 2000

The Zagreb zoo is in the southern part of the spacious Maksimir park, about 3 km east of downtown. To get out there, take tram 11 or 13 from Trg Josip Jelacica, or 4 from the railway station. It is a very pleasant zoo, though not very large. You pay your ticket in a small kiosk and cross the bridge to a small island with penguins and otters. From here you cross over another bridge to a slightly larger island, where you among other things find a well equipped bird collection in a round building plus some outdoors bird cages and and enclosure with cangaroos. From here a third bridge take you to the main part of the zoo. The largest building here is a tropical house connected to an ape house, and further back there is a house with reptiles and small monkeys. South of this there is a cafeteria close to the seelions. This is the only thing I don't like about this zoo: you can't watch the seelions without hearing the silly pop music from the cafeteria. Apart from that, the rest of the zoo is constituted by outdoor exhibits. They have got a savannah, camels, antelopes, deer and so on. At the far end of the zoo there is a cage marked snow leopard, though I didn't spot its furtive inhabitants during my visit. The canines beside it were less secretive.

By the way: the name Kuna (Kn) means fox

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