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Everything you need to know about Liberec Zoo

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Liberec is famous for its Zoo! The zoo is home to white tigers (Bílí Tygři), a rare sight indeed. In fact, they have become the emblems of our ice hockey team.

The zoological center is one of the must-see activities if you’re visiting the north of the Czech Republic. That’s why, in the rest of this article, we’ll tell you absolutely everything you need to know about Liberec Zoo.

Where is Liberec Zoo?

You’re in Liberec and would like to visit the famous zoo? If you’re driving, go to Lidové sady 425/1. That’s where you’ll find the zoo’s entrance gates.

How do I get to Liberec Zoo?

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You can get to Liberec Zoo by car. There is a parking lot for several dozen vehicles. Coming from Prague, take the E65 / R10 road before branching off towards Liberec – centrum / aréna.

In Liberec, take the Košická, Dr. Milady Horáková road to the city center (Fügnerova). Then take the Na Bídě, Klášterní and Husova road to Lidové sady.

You can also get there by public transport. Streetcars no. 2 and 3 pass through the city center before heading for Lidové Sady station. This is the terminus. Once outside, you’ll only need to walk a few hundred meters.

Streetcars run every 10 minutes in the city center, and once every 15 minutes at weekends. The journey takes just ten minutes.

What are the opening hours of Liberec Zoo?

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Liberec Zoo is open daily, from 9am to 6pm. The admissions office closes at 5pm. It is therefore no longer possible to enter at this time. Some pavilions close at 5.45pm. This leaves 5 to 10 minutes for all visitors to leave the premises.

What to see at Liberec Zoo?

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On site, you’ll have the opportunity to see absolutely all the animals of a classic zoo. These include lions and giraffes. You’ll also find beautiful birds, exotic areas and a whole range of reptiles.

Last but not least, you can’t fail to admire the white tigers. These are the mascots of the establishment, which is one of the few in Europe to allow travelers, visitors and locals alike, to admire such beasts.