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Munich Zoo (Tierpark Hellabrun)
Mhorr gazelles in the African habitat of the Munich Zoo
The oldest Geo-Zoo of the world and the largest zoo in Europe invites you to a tour of the park. The zoo is divided into continents according to the Geo-zoo concept which results in 15 park areas in an area of 36 hectares. Hellabrunn is not a zoo in the classical sense. It is more of a nature preserve within the landscape conservation area of the Isar meadows inhabited by animals that live in especially large, structured enclosures. Thanks to an extensive array of ditches and a natural landscape design, the visitor can enjoy the wonderful and unobstructed view of animals that could normally only be obtained on safari.
Hours: open year-round: April - September: 8am - 6pm. October - March: 9am - 5pm.
Admission: Adults 9 €, Concessions 6.50 €, Children 4-14 years 4.50 €, Children under 4 years free.
[ Source: http://www.tierpark-hellabrunn.de ]
Address: Tierparkstr. 30, 81543 München
Tags: Munich, Zoo, Geo-Park
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