Bioparque, the zoo in Rome not to miss!

March 2nd, 2012 posted by admin

Rome offers so much culture and entertainment for the grown-ups, nevertheless the little ones would love something that would capture their attention and stimulate their eyes, if they like animals. A good option is the roman zoo called “BioParco”. Why is worth it?
There are more than 1,100 animals and 200 species, from which: elephants, apes, giraffes, reptiles, lemurs, armadillos, fishes, deers, hippopotamus and many others.
In addition the zoo counts with the word smallest apes that weigh only 100 grams.

• € 13.00 adults
• € 11.00 children up to 12 years old and/or up to 1 meter high. Over 60’s (but Wednesdays when they pay only €4) Groups of 15 persons or more.
Children up to 1 meter high go free entrance.

Skip the lines and buy your tickets in advance:
If you travel to Italy with Alitalia or Trenitalia get a €2 discount. Show your ticket of the trip that had to be done no more than 10 days before that day.

The Bioparco opens everyday from 09:30 until 17:00 hrs (after march 23rd it closes at 18:00)
From april 1st until September 30th it closes at 19:00 every Saturday, Sunday and holidays.
Last entrance is always one hour before the closing time.

How to arrive
Piazzale del Giardino Zoologico n. 1
Tram: n° 19 – stop ‘Bioparco’
Bus: 3, 52, 53, 926, 217, 360, 910
Metropolitana: Red line “A”, stops ‘Flaminio’ or ‘Spagna’

Web site:

Paulina Ceballos