Budapest Zoo in Budapest of Hungary

Budapest Zoo, Budapest is actually known as the Budapest Zoo & Botanical Garden. This zoo is one of the major ones in the entire Eastern Europe as it is home to more than 2000 animals. Budapest Zoo, Budapest is one of the most well known and most frequently visited Tourist Attractions in Budapest. It also acts as a conservation and research center with breeding programs for endangered native and exotic species and this has been important for the ecology and wildlife of the country.

Budapest Zoo, Budapest is a must visit site for you as you will find here spectacular animal display representing the African Savannah, the arctic area, and the wetland habitats. The zoo boasts of a population of more than 200 primates which has earned the zoo international reputation. You will find here large family groups of playful monkeys. Budapest Zoo in Budapest can be a great destination for a day’s outing. Bring along your children as they are sure to have a good time here at the Children’s Zoo where they can have close encounter with the gentle creatures. The zoo also holds ‘Animals in action show’ twice a day.

Budapest Zoo, Budapest also features a beautiful park which is home to several species of trees, shrubs and flower beds. The park is now under conservation order for its ecological importance. You can visit this park and look forward to have some calm and serene moments far away from the hustle and bustle of the city life. And, there is more. The zoo also has a farm where ancient Hungarian livestocks are bred. It is a peasant farm of period buildings from the upper Tisza region and you will find here animals like swallow bellied woolly pigs, bold necked hens, spotted cattle, mudi dogs, cikta sheep and hucul horse.

Restoration works on the Great Rock of the Budapest Zoo, Budapest were going on. This is actually a cement concrete artificial rock which is almost 100 years old. The zoo celebrated its 140th birthday with a series of events. Hordes of new facilities were unveiled. The two aviaries and the attached buildings christened Papuan Aviary and Parrot Haven were opened.