Berlin Zoo

Berlin Zoo

Hardenbergplatz 8,
Berlin 10787
Opening Hours: Early Winter (October 27 to December 31)
9 AM to 4:30 PM

Winter (January 1 to March 14)
9 AM to 4:30 PM

March (March 15 to March 23)
9 AM to 5 PM

Spring -Summer (March 24 to September 7)
9 AM to 6 PM

September October (September 8 to October 26)
9 AM to 6 PM
Price: 10 Є (10.7 USD) - 20 Є (21.5 USD)

The world’s largest number of species right in the middle of Germany’s capital city? That’s right! A green lung pulsates right in the heart of former West Berlin. Covering over 320 acres, this is Europe’s largest landscaped zoo. Big cats, elephants, rhinoceroses, sea cows, giraffes, monkeys and snakes have called this patch their home since the mid 19th century. Nearly 12,000 animals died here during WWII bombing raids. The zoo was completely destroyed. It was re-built during the post war years. Today, it showcases the most modern principles of welfare for animals in captivity. Knut the polar bear cub caused a world-wide media frenzy in 2006. Rejected by his mother, he was successfully raised by zookeepers. The cute fluffy creature sparked a surge in cuddly polar bear toys and his beady eyes adorned the front pages of this world.

S Bahn station: Zoologischer Garten just a couple of stops from the central district.
Express buses are also available to and from the airport and take approximately 15 minutes.
Extended opening hours in the summer months.Aquarium is open daily from 9a.m. to 6 p.m.

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