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Parco Faunistico le Cornelle, Valbrembo

(4.2/5 based on 1,700+ reviews on the web)
More than just another run-of-the-mill zoo, Parco Faunistico le Cornelle extends over more than 100 hectares (250 acres), and promotes the study, monitoring, and humane preservation of wildlife in captivity. The animals sheltered here live in enclosures carefully designed to reconstruct their original habitats as closely as possible. At this park you can see over 1,000 animals belonging to over 120 different species, including mammals, birds, and reptiles. The site also boasts one of the largest aviaries in the country, covering an area of about 7,000 sq m (75,000 sq ft). As you explore this sprawling wildlife sanctuary, keep an eye out for endangered snow leopards, white lions, and especially white tigers, which are now completely extinct in the wild. The site includes a restaurant, picnic areas, a children’s park, and several souvenir shops. Save time by booking your tickets online. Work out when and for how long to visit Parco Faunistico le Cornelle and other Valbrembo attractions using our handy Valbrembo tour planner.
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Reviews
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  • I went with the family and would recommend anyone to go there at least once because it's a nice experience. It's not every day you see animal species of the Savannah for example!
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  • I was with family and my son of 2 years! All very pleasant and enjoyable! My son enjoyed the visit and all the animals inside, especially the pink panda was enchanted!
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  • Yesterday with my kids of 8-7-4 years we came to spend a day surrounded by nature and its sounds. Were not staying for a year and I must say it is always a pleasure to dive into this park where politeness towards visitors and attention to the animals and their habitats will never fail. I have noted with great pleasure that the area of elephants has been totally rebuilt and expanded. We admired the newborns of various species which means how well and quiet are animals. On the various plants of the Park you can admire the nests and fly to various bird species in total freedom perfect cleaning. Priced accordingly. Many dining areas to suit all tastes. Recommended!
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  • Usually I feel sad about animals in a cage. But that's my opinion, I have to say the park is good and by visiting you help feeding these creatures.
  • Visited this park countless times over the last 10 years and its alwyas been a great day out. It also seems to get better every year. Conservation work is admirable. Well done and thank you for some great memories. If there is one small area for improvement it would be the menu offered. Less junk food and more honest Italian dishes would be a massive improvement. In any case 5 stars
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  • I was there in November 2013 and it was closed 😞 Next time I will come surely!
  • Very good zoo Is complicated to get there from transport public