This zoological garden in the middle of the Parc de la Tête d'Or on the corner of boulevard des Belges and avenue ... More
La Tête d'Or Zoo
This zoological garden in the middle of the Parc de la Tête d'Or on the corner of boulevard des Belges and avenue Verguin is a real home for over 1100 animals. Next to the deer park, visitors of all ages can see wild animals from all over the world, such as elephants and giraffes and in the spring you may be lucky enough to get a glimpse of their babies. A little patience and a stroll in the park will probably reward you with a sighting of a grey heron by the lake, a squirrel on a bench or even a rather bad-tempered Florida turtle (which some people unfortunately drop in the lake!). Admission is free. Hours vary seasonally. Check website for more details.
Located close to the uber chic Boulevard des Belges, this establishment has a very interesting location for a stay in
the east of Lyon. Although the Britania is simple and functional, the generously proportioned rooms are comfortably furnished and ...
Cassis and La Ciotat at 12km apart, are the bookends on the shelf of the Mediterranean coast around Marseilles. The
12km stretch overhangs the sea beyond the highest cliffs in Europe 394m of ochre coloured rock which descends sharply ...
In addition to housing common animals such as lions, elephants, and giraffes, this zoo contains a large number of native
Peruvian species. It is divided into three areas, which represent the coast, the Andes Mountain region and the Peruvian ...