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Lindenthaler Tierpark, Cologne
(4.8/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
Lindenthaler Tierpark is located in Cologne. A visit to Lindenthaler Tierpark represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Cologne trip generator to plot your vacation.
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  • For many years, we always like to come in the Lindenthaler animal park and assist them. He is very popular with children, as well as their parents and grandparents. Admission is free, but a donation is. There both roe deer and deer and goats, poultry and many birds to see. In addition, there are beautiful expanses of water and places to relax in this park. A visit is to enjoy a great opportunity in the city any time of year the nature and animals. At the weekend, also a children riding school where the younger children on ponies to ride is at the front. In good weather, there is also an ice cream and coffee cart.
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  • The Wildlife Park is also from outside can be reached. There's parking enough today at the Park. (Must say, came in the week). The entrance to the Park is free, however it is happy to make a small donation. The wild feed 50 cents per package. The zoo itself is very small, there are plenty of benches / tables / hut for a picnic. Toilet and baby changing facilities are also available. The animals live in spacious enclosures where there are enough retreats for them. Possibility to feed all the animals, making himself very tame fallow deer. The Park is very beautiful also in its embedding in the forest, but I can imagine that it can be very crowded and cramped on weekends when the weather.
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  • Great oasis of calm with many domestic animals and nature. Nice seating and benches for a picnic and relax. No entry - including a beautiful holiday attraction, which costs a fortune.
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