Prague Experience logoPrague tourist information & travel guide logo

Prague Zoo
Troja, Prague 7

Prague Zoo
Prague Zoo mini photoPrague Zoo mini photo 2Prague Zoo mini photo 3Prague Zoo mini photo 4
Prague Zoo mini photo 5Prague Zoo mini photo 6Prague Zoo mini photo 7Prague Zoo mini photo 8
opening times
January-February: Daily 09:00-16:00
March: Daily 09:00-17:00
April-May: Daily 09:00-18:00
June-August: Daily 09:00-21:00
September-October: Daily 09:00-18:00
November-December: Daily 09:00-16:00
credit cards that we accept
Visa, Mastercard
Wi-Fi available at the venue Free Wi-Fi in public areas
wheelchair access available at the venue Yes - more info
address of Prague Zoo
Prague Zoo
U Trojskeho zamku 120, Troja, Prague 7, Czech Republic
Tel: +420 296 112 230
public transport to get to Prague Zoo
Metro station: Nadrazi Holesovice (line C). Then bus No 112 to the end stop.
map showing Prague Zoo in Prague
There is so much to see in the historic areas of Prague that visitors often don't consider the zoo, but it might be worth adding an extra day to your itinerary.

Prague Zoo (Zoo Praha) is the most visited zoological garden in the Czech Republic, and is ranked alongside the best zoos in the world. It has annual visitor numbers of around 1.4 million.

The zoo is home to around 5000 animals, comprising over 680 species of birds, mammals and reptiles.

It is a laid out in zones, with names such as African Savanna, Elephant Valley, the Plains, Northern Forest and the Indonesian Jungle. The grounds stretch to over 69 hectares, from a lush river valley to a steep rocky escarpment to rolling meadows. The views from the highest points are spectacular.

The animals range from penguins to lions, tigers and elephants. Markhor and Ibex are superbly held in mountain enclosures, while giraffes roam around a huge valley.

Prague Zoo is well worth a visit, not just for the animals, but also for the pleasant countryside. Over the course of 4 or 5 hours you should be able to cover most areas.

The zoo is located about six kilometres outside the city centre and is fairly easy to get to by public transport (by metro then a bus). Prague Zoo is the most visited zoological garden in the Czech Republic, and is ranked alongside the best zoos in the world. It has annual visitor numbers of around 1.4 million.

The zoo is home to around 5000 animals, comprising over 680 species of birds, mammals and reptiles.

It is a laid out in zones, with names such as African Savanna, Elephant Valley, the Plains, Northern Forest and the Indonesian Jungle. The grounds stretch to over 69 hectares, from a lush river valley to a steep rocky escarpment to rolling meadows. The views from the highest points are spectacular.



currency informationCurrency Guide
GBP exchange rate£1 = 29 CZK
grey line
Euro exchange rate€1 = 25 CZK
grey line
US Dollar exchange rate$1 = 22 CZK
tickets price informationTicket Prices
200 CZK Adult
150 CZK Student
150 CZK Child
3-15yrs child price.
0-2yrs free.

600 CZK Family
(2 Adults + 2 Children)
Prague Experience accept all major debit & credit cardsFollow us on FacebookFollow us on TwitterFollow us on Instagram
Prague Zoo
Home | Jobs | Terms | Privacy | Prague Experience © 2002-2019 Travel Experience Ltd