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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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Parco Faunistico le Cornelle Reviews
Federica FAugust 17, 2017
Il parco faunistico più bello che abbia visto fino ad ora!!!! Il parcheggio è super comodo, di fronte all'ingresso, al costo di 3 euro; il biglietto intero costa 15 euro ma prendendolo online ne costa... more »The Wildlife Park nicest I have seen so far! Parking is super convenient, opposite the entrance, at a cost of 3 euros; the full ticket costs 15 euros but taking it online cost $13 and you jump the queue, even though I haven't found anyway by arriving at 11.30. The Park is spotless and was one of the first things I noticed, not to mention that it is very studied in detail; is not only a place to see beautiful animals, but also the whole atmosphere is very impressive. Very friendly staff, nice and kind even to stand refreshment. The path is pretty straightforward, except for some climb to go see the big cats, but still nothing unfeasible and is equipped for wheelchairs and buggies that indeed there were in abundance. For children then there are lots of play areas dotted around the Park. I didn't go with kids, but surely I would bring them. If I have to think of a defect do not find it. Maybe one tip: unless you go with kids, do not recommend to go around in the train that crosses the Park at an additional charge of 2 euros for the simple reason that the train is very fast and prevents us from seeing anything or take pictures and also provides a guide to the animals and then not have practical application. Undoubtedly it is a five-minute ride that children can appreciate, but doesn't add anything to a normal visit. For the rest, however, the Park is really the most beautiful I have ever seen so far! (I can only liken to bussolengo safari and that of ravenna to be clear) I HIGHLY RECOMMEND going at least once! I count to return, even though the trip was long.
pedropaolo73August 17, 2017
Bella esperienza al parco delle cornelle:ambiente molto pulito,ordinato e,nonostante la grande affluenza di visitatori,non si ha mai la sensazione di essere in una situazione caotica. Comodissime le n... more »Nice experience at parco delle cornelle: very clean, tidy and, despite the large influx of visitors, you never get the feeling of being in a chaotic situation. Cushy numerous picnic areas: just arrived we took possession of a coffee table by depositing backpacks and fridge, to be able to visit the Park "lighter". Recommend the purchase of tickets online, are fixed but can save you some money, especially if you're a family ...
Viviana LAugust 16, 2017
Visitiamo il parco quasi ogni anno e c'è sempre qualche novità . Gli animali sono tenuti benissimo e sui recinti sono segnalati i nuovi arrivati con nastri rosa o blu. Se alzi lo sguardo ti capiterà d... more »We visit the Park almost every year and there is always something new. The animals are very well kept and fences are reported newcomers with pink or Blue Ribbon. If you raise the look you'll see parrots or birds details flying free from tree to tree. There are many eateries and plenty of areas for picnic lunches. Ample parking. Recommended.
Nice zoo! Animals are well treated and reside in spacious locations. It may look small, but we've passed there almost 5 hours and didn't even manage to see them all!
Piermario R Bonomi
A very well organised, neat and not too expensive zoo to spend a day out doing something different. Reccomended for family with young children or animal lovers as there is a good variety of exotic species on display.
Amazing infrastructure. Big picnic area. Lot's of animals and fun.
Nice zooland, maybe a bit old-fashioned but it works. One of the best animal parks in the North of Italy, various species and services
Nice place with almost all the animals to explore from various tropica
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