Vincennes Zoo is the closest Zoo from Paris.
Actually, Vincennes Zoo is the Zoo of Paris which is located just at the door of Paris and reachable by Metro.
Going to Paris Zoo is a way to discover a world tour of biodiversity with 180 species in one afternoon!
In Vincennes Zoo you will be able to see tropical animals in a modern Zoo look alike. It means that you will be able to see the animals in nice parks which looks like similar as the natural element where they would live if they would be totally free.
Vincennes Zoo banned the small cages to keep the animals.
Going to Vincennes Zoo is a great way to discover the Fauna & the Flora.
Vincennes Zoo is divided in 5 universes where you will be able to see species from several continents like Guyana, Madagascar, Patagonia, Africa and Europa.
To go along with your visit, you will find in Vincennes Zoo:
- Places to rest
- Places to eat snacks
- Places to picnic
Vincennes Zoo is equipped with detailed information about species and habitats available in French, English and Spanish.
By going to Vincennes Zoo you will discover several continent universes like:
- Tropical Guyana with its 67 species, the equatorial forest and cove
- Wooly Monkeys
- Lowland tapir
- Madagascar Island with its 30 species and its Tropical Rainforest
- Lemur Island
- Free flying birds
- Patagonia with its 7 species and its Pampa, Rocky shores and Andean forest
- Sea lions
- Greater Rheas
- Africa with its 44 species and its Savannah and delta
- Large aviary
- Europa with its 28 species and its Conifer forest, Guarigue and Cold Mountain
Take at least half a day to discover Vincennes Zoo!
A sample of Vincennes Zoo:
How to get to Vincennes Zoo: Parc Zoologique de Paris, Avenue Daumesnil, 75012 Paris
M8 Porte Dorée, M1 Saint Mandé
Bus: 46-86-325 Zoologique Park bus stop
Tramway: T3 Porte Dorée
Vélib' (City Bike): 12123 Château de Vincennes Metro - 43006 30 av des Minimes - 12124 Parc Floral Route de l'Artillerie
Noctilien (Night Bus): N11, N33 Château de Vincennes
More information about Vincennes Zoo on www.parczoologiquedeparis.fr/en