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Parc Animalier d'Introd, Introd

(3.7/5 based on 380+ reviews on the web)
Parc Animalier d'Introd is located in Introd. Use our Introd vacation route planner to visit Parc Animalier d'Introd on your trip to Introd, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • This place was wonderful and truly enjoyed it. We saw animals well taken care of and their spaces seem for the most part sufficient. This is the only preservation park in the Aosta Valley and it is a ...  more »
  • I'm not particularly fond of caged animal venues but at least some of them have some open space to roam. Take the kids to see a stambecco walk past you on the same trail. I felt sorry for the wild boa...  more »
  • After visiting the Park, I must say that I had mixed feelings. On the one hand, have seen many unusual animals for me made me happy but also see many other animals locked in cages and small spaces left me amarareggiato. Could definitely improve the situation in order to give visitors a more rewarding experience. Expensive entrance fee
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  • The park extends on a uneven surface, the pathways go up a gentle hill but they are sometimes small and irregulars, not very stroller friendly and this is an important issue if you want your kids (and yourself) to enjoy the visit. That said, the experience is great: many mountain wild animals kept in their natural environment and left at their own devices, you won't see guards trying to catch the animals' attention or putting on a show for you so everything is very realistic. Depending in the time of the day the animals will be more or less active, but in general a noiseless environment is what will grant you the best experience so do keep your children quiet, this will teach them to respect nature and have patience. You may eat your own take-away lunch or sandwiches, there are two picnic spots fully functioning (no heating thou) and many discreet toilets along the way. The park is well shaded by high trees, the weather is family friendly. On the practical side: there are two official parking lots, not very spacious, be prepared to go there early in the day or to go round a bit. At the entrance you'll find a shop, full of plushies and other park gadgets, they are a bit pricey but cute nonetheless.
  • Awesome experience! The Parc is beautiful, very well presented. With great animals. My 5 years old child was super excited. And so was I. Highly recommended to everyone
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  • Nice way to spend half a day out of the ordinary and into the open air. The paths (a bit steep don't bring a stroller) connect all the areas where you can see all the animals. There are two picnic areas with vending automaticiaautomaticia no convenience store inside.
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  • Very nice Park to spend a couple of hours to discover animals. Each species has its own fence, with ample spaces available. Recommended for families
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