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Flocke the Polar Bear at the Nuremberg Zoo
Nuremberg Zoo, with its craggy sandstone and century-old trees, surrounded by idyllic marsh and meadow landscapes, is one of Europe's largest and most beautiful zoos. About 2000 animals from 300 species are presented in near-natural surroundings. In addition, Nuremberg Zoo can boast the only Dolphin House in Southern Germany. Seven dolphins and five sea lions can be seen here at close quarters.
Hours: Mid March to early October: 8am - 7:30 pm. Early October to mid March: 9am - 5pm.
Admission: Adults 8.50 €, Concessions 7 €, Children 4.20 €, Family card 20 €. Extra fees for entrance to the Dophinarium.
Address: Am Tiergarten 30, 90480 Nürnberg
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