A trip to the city of Valencia is not complete without a visit to its 10 hectare zoo; the Bioparc Valencia. Located on the bed of River Turia, in Parque de Cabecera, the Bioparc Valencia is a modern zoo that employs the concept of zoo-immersion and focuses on education and conservation of animals. When entering the zoo, visitors are completely immersed into the habitats of the wild animals found here. There are no cages or enclosures, thus making visitors feel like they are in the wild. Visitors will get the opportunity to get up close and personal with leopards, lions, giraffes, gorillas and numerous other animals. The zoo is home to over 4000 animals and is divided into the African Savannah, Equatorial Africa and Madagascar. It is also full of natural areas that are ideal for relaxing.
Adult: 23.80 € Child: 18.00 €
Opening hours vary depending on the season
Around 2 hours or more
Adults, senior visitors, young adults, families, children
All of the areas of the zoo
While there are no known prayer facilities at the Bioparc Valencia, Muslim visitors may be able to locate a quiet place in the zoo to offer their prayers. They will also be able to find a number of mosques in the city of Valencia, like La Gran Mezquita de Valencia.
The Bioparc Valencia offers visitors a variety of places to dine at. There is a cafeteria that offers a three course set lunch, along with places selling fast food items like burgers and sandwiches. While the food at these eateries may not be Halal, the establishments are sure to offer seafood and vegetarian dishes.