About Bioparc, Valencia
Bioparc, Valencia - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Av Pio Baroja, 3, 46015 Valencia, Spain
Ticket Price: 24 EUR
Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
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Wildlife Sanctuary , Zoo, Educational Site, Food And Drinks, Restaurant, Family And Kids
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This zoo is pretty unusual in that it allows the animals a great degree of freedom of movement. The enclosures aren’t all that strict and that makes for a very personal experience as you can get pretty close to the animals. Naturally, that makes it a kid’s paradise.
Most visitors observe that the animals here seem very happy. Beautifully constructed and well thought out, the park almost seems like a natural habitat. Lemurs, monkeys, giraffes, elephants, big cats… they’re all here. If you’re coming in a group, you can make dining arragements.
How To reach Bioparc by Public Transport
- Buses on Avenue Pio Baroja
Restaurants Near Bioparc
- Dibocca Valencia
- Wok Gourmet
- Sabe e Gloria
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Bioparc, Valencia Reviews - Write a Review
Just excellent. I was very impressed with the Bioparc. One of the best zoos I have been to. The animals are not in cages but roam around the very well designed open spaces. Definitely worth a visit. Look out for special offers and vouchers.
Bioparc is sensitively designed to give humans unobtrusive access to animals while they enjoy decent and naturalistic spaces. It's devoted to African environments such as savanna and jungle clearings and has a large and varied collection of creatures big and small. There's lots of information about the situation of species in the wild, and Bioparc participates in several breeding and conservation programmes, but ultimately this is a great family attraction. You can't bring your own picnic in but there are lots of cafes and snack stops.
Really great zoo. All the animals are nicely displayed and it seems like there are no barriers to separate them from us. All the infrastructure is thoroughly thought out and it is really pleasant to walk around. Plenty of food and drink options. Also, some educational programs are available in Spanish.
Love love love this place, I have been to a lot of zoos around the world and this by far is the best one. Never to busy, staff friendly, excellent to walk, wheelchair and buggy around. Very well priced, very clean and some amazing animals. Perfect for everyone any anyone to have a fab day out. Parking on site good price but free parking over the road as well.
Sat on a ‘high up row’ as there were no seats lower down on arrival. The woman showing us and telling us about the animals walked around and allowed everyone to touch the animals, except my family on the top row. I brought my children to the front so they could see and touch the animals and was told to not leave my seat. This left the children left out and unhappy. I spoke to the woman afterwards and she said she missed the top row on purpose as the animals (a stick insect, a snake, a tortoise, a skunk and some birds) are scared of heights at the top row. Complete liar. No one told us not to sit there or to move to see the animals
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