With Belgrade Card
With Belgrade Card the ticket price for adult is RSD350 instead of RSD550; Children RSD250 instead of RSD350
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- Tourist Attractions
Belgrade Zoo also known as Beo Zoo or Garden of Good Hope is located in Kalemegdan Park, downtown of Belgrade, Serbia. Founded in 1936, it is considered to be one of the oldest public zoos in southeastern Europe and is the biggest zoo in the country and one of the most visited tourist attraction in Belgrade.
In Belgrade Zoo, you can meet more than 1100 fascinating animals and travel between the continents in just one day. Don’t miss the penguins, elephant, giraffes, monkeys and Australian pavilion.
Get familiar with albino animals such as, white lions and tigers and white buffalo. Experience unforgettable close encounters with alpaca, small goats, rabbits… The children’s zoo features a combination of domesticated animals and some wild species that are tame enough to touch and feed.
Throughout its history, the zoo has had several residents, well known for their scientific importance or their beloveds by the public, for instance, Sammy, first of the large chimpanzee at the zoo, escaped twice and wandered throughout Belgrade’s downtown streets. Gabi, a German shepherd, saved her partner, a night guard, from an escaped jaguar. Though she was seriously wounded during her fight with the feline, she recovered to continue her night guard duty. Muja, the world’s oldest living American alligator, was transferred to Belgrade as an adult from a zoo in Germany in 1937.
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