A relatively small zoo, but with some interesting species, including a pack of wild and rambunctious monkeys that seem to fascinate every visitor. Other Zoo residents include lemurs, giraffes, elephants, hyraxes, lions, tigers, zebras, and jaguars that live in a glass enclosure that allows you stand only centimeters away from the beasts. The Warsaw Zoo is a great place to spend time for adults or children.
Ratuszowa 1, Warsaw, Poland
+48 22 619 40 41
Warsaw Zoo and Nearby Attractions on Map
Old Town Market Square(1.2 km)
Bustling marketplace where you can take a horse-drawn carriage tour.
Zygmunt's Column(1.3 km)
Zymunt's Column, erected to commemorate a 17th century Polish king, marks the beginning of Warsaw's Royal Route.
Tomb of The Unknown Soldier(2.1 km)
Built in 1925, the tomb holds the remains of a Polish soldier who died in battle at Lwów.
St Anna's Church(1.4 km)
Grand Theatre(1.8 km)
Houses the National Opera and Ballet.
Polish People's Movement History Museum(1.1 km)
The building in which it is situated, called '''The Yellow Inn''' (''Żółta Karczma'') is probably a lot more interesting than the museum itself.
Saski Garden(2.2 km)
Ogród Saski is a lovely park in central Warsaw.
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