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Visiting Zoological Garden de Monaco

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Also known as Jardin Animalier de Monaco, Zoological Garden de Monaco is the most popular zoo attraction in Monaco. Both children and adults will absolutely love spending their whole day to interact with hundred animals from 50 species held in the zoo. The Zoological Garden was established in 1954 by Prince Rainier to contain numerous animals he brought home after his trip to Africa. Considered as one of the last royal menageries, Zoological Garden de Monaco have so many interesting facts that make it different from any other royal zoos.

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Enchanting Zoological Garden de Monaco and the Best Monaco Gardens

Enchanting Zoological Garden de Monaco and the Best Monaco Gardens

The Exotic Gardens

The Exotic Gardens

Owning to its name, The Exotic Gardens is a unique botanical garden boasting plethora of succulent plants and Mediterranean plants. Nearby the garden is one of the best spot to enjoy breathtaking view of the entire Principality and the Mediterranean Sea. The garden is also known for its intriguing historical cave and Anthropological Museum displaying ancient artifacts discovered in the cave centuries ago.

The Princess Grace Rose Garden

The Princess Grace Rose Garden

The Princess Grace Rose Garden is like a Taj Mahal to Monaco. This enchanting rose garden is a proof of undying love presented by Prince Rainier III to his beloved deceased wife Princess Grace. The beautiful maze-like English garden style is sprawled with colorful lovely roses. From its establishment in 1984, the garden have been expanded twice in 2000 and 2014 and more roses are added to the collection with total 6,000 rosebushes divided into seven different themes. At the centre is a beautiful statue of Princess Grace, there's also a fountain and a resting area for the visitors who wish to take a short break.

Jardin de la Petite Afrique

Jardin de la Petite Afrique

After gamble your luck away and party all day long in the Casino, it is time for some time off in Jardin de la Petite Afrique located nearby. The small park makes a great place to escape from the city's hustle and bustle with its trees and fragrant flowers. Visitors will love to take a stroll around this well-maintained park. There are adorable ducks and birds adding more lively atmosphere. It is also a great place to meet and chat with locals. Jardin de la Petite Afrique is everyone's favorite attraction that can be visited for free.

Princess Antoinette Park

Princess Antoinette Park

Princess Antoinette Park is another family park in Monaco all families must visit. Children are free to run around and play on the playground while the parents can relax and chat while watching over their kids. It is absolutely a great place to have a picnic. There's also a mini golf course that can be enjoyed for both adults and children. You can also immerse in numerous festivals and events held in the park every so often, such as Halloween, Christmas, and New Year. It is also a popular venue for birthday parties and wedding ceremonies.

St Martin Gardens

St Martin Gardens

Monaco's hidden gem St Martin Gardens offer one of the best viewpoint to take in the vast view of the Mediterranean Sea. It is absolutely easy to get yourself lost in the park's serene atmosphere, many people come to this park to stroll among the palm trees, admiring artsy statues, or chilling around the fountain. St Martin Gardens is also a home to many small wildlife such as squirrels, birds, and also butterflies.

Japanese Gardens

Japanese Gardens

Japanese Gardens is like a magical portal that will transport you to the Land of the Rising Sun. This tranquil Zen garden was created under a request from Prince Rainier for his beloved wife in 1994. The garden is incredibly stunning as it was designed strictly to follow Zen philosophy. You'll find not only trees, flowers, fish ponds, and a Japanese bridge, you will also see mountains, hills, waterfalls, stone lanterns, and lakes. It is said that the Japanese Gardens is meant to be a small representation of Mother Nature.

Zoological Garden de Monaco Tips and Tricks

How to Get Tickets?

To enter Zoological Garden de Monaco, you'll have to pay €5 ($5.81) for adults and €3 ($3.49) for children. Some parks nearby the Zoological Garden can be accessed for free, though you might have to pay to enter other parks.

How To Get Around?

Zoological Garden and other park attractions are located within walking distance from each other. You can easily move from one attraction to another by walking, there are several public transportations that are allowed to operate in Monacoville but they are limited for a reason.

What Should I Wear?

Zoological Garden of Monaco is a place of leisure so you might want to be easy with your attires. Casual outfits is mostly the way to go.

Zoological Garden de Monaco Facts

Best Time to Visit

To enter Zoological Garden de Monaco, you'll have to pay €5 ($5.81) for adults and €3 ($3.49) for children. Some parks nearby the Zoological Garden can be accessed for free, though you might have to pay to enter other parks.

Currency

Euro

Will I Need a Guide?

No, all informations you need can be found easily in this website. The transportation is also very easy so you don't really need a guide.

How To Get There?

If you're already in Monacoville (Le Rocher) it will makes your journey much easier since you can reach Zoological Garden de Monaco by walking or by taking a public transportation. Even if you aren't, you can reach the Monacoville on foot or by public transportation provided. Though some transportations are restricted from entering Monacoville, so you will have to walk the rest.

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