Prague ZOO

U Trojskeho zamku 3/120
171 00 Prague 7

Tel.: +420 296 112 111, +420 296 112 230
Fax: 233 556 704


Prague ZOO is said to be one of the best in Europe and could easily keep you or your kids busy for the entire day. The ZOO does its best to be a pleasant and interesting place for everybody and if you take a few minutes and organize your trip it can really be an unforgettable experience.

Be sure to take a look at the “Don’t miss” section, where you can find a timetable of the most important events that take place in the ZOO during each day.

One of the most appreciated pavilions is the Indonesian Jungle and the Monkey Island where you can have a look at the luxuriant flora and fauna of the jungle..

Another place that your kids will definitely love is the Children Area and the Children ZOO, a special built farm, where kids are allowed to enter some enclosures and play with different domesticated animals (rabbits, sheep, pigs, ponies, hens, ducks, and geese).

There are also some slot machines, where kids can buy low calories granules and feed their favourite animals.

Entrance fees:
Adults 150 CZK
Children 3-15 years, students, retired, handicapped people 100 CZK
Families (2 adults+2 children) 450 CZK
Children 0-3 years Free
Groups bigger than 10 persons 10% discount
Dogs 20 CZK
Cable railway 20 CZK
Parking – cars 50 CZK
Parking – buses 200 CZK
Evening guided tours (selected days in December and August) 200 CZK (adults), 110 CZK (children)
Sightseeing train (Only during high season - April-October) "Adults 30,- CZK
Children, students, retired,
handicapped 20,- CZK"
Trojan Card "Adults 250,- CZK
Children 6-15 years 130,- CZK
Family (2 adults + 2 children from 6 years) 650,- CZK"
Opening Hours:
March: 9.00 - 17.00
April, May, September, October: 9.00 - 18.00
June, July, August: 9.00 - 19.00
November, December, January, February: 9.00 - 16.00

How to get there:

Prague ZOO

1. Use a Zoo Bus

It goes every 10 minutes, every weekend, at the same trace as the bus 112, which means from Nadrazi Holesovice (Metro C) to Troja, and back. It is free for everyone. Inside, there is an LCD television with movies or Zoo information.

2. Drive

(Follow the signs all to “Nadrazi Holesovice” and then “ZOO”). Take also in mind that during high season periods you might not find a parking place in front of the ZOO. Parking fee: 50 CZK/ day.

3. Take a boat ride

to “Pristaviste Troja”, cross the bridge over Vltava, go around the Trojan Castle (“Trojsky Zamek”) and then walk to the ZOO. The walk takes about 25 minutes.

4. Use a regular bus

– take the metro to “Nadrazi Holesovice” (metro and tram station) and from there take the Bus 112 to the terminus (“Botanicka Zahrada”).