At­tica Zo­o­log­i­cal Park

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The At­tica Zo­o­log­i­cal Park is the only one of its kind in Greece, hous­ing more than 2,000 an­i­mals of 350 dif­fer­ent species, in­clud­ing rep­tiles, big cats and dol­phins. In ad­di­tion to see­ing the an­i­mals – and in some cases be­ing able to walk among them – younger vis­i­tors have the op­tion of par­tic­i­pat­ing in a num­ber of ed­u­ca­tional pro­grams (reser­va­tions must be made in ad­vance). Vis­i­tors can also watch feed­ing ses­sions or go on a guided tour with an an­i­mal keeper. Lo­cated east of Athens near Spata, the park is open ev­ery day from 9 a.m. un­til sun­set. Ticket prices vary based on age, em­ploy­ment sta­tus and group size. For more in­for­ma­tion and di­rec­tions on how to get there, visit the park’s web­site, www.at­t­i­ca­park.com. At­tica Zo­o­log­i­cal Park, Yalou, Spata, tel 210.663.4724

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