The zoo in Copenhagen is amongst the oldest in the world, boasting a history that stretches back to 1859. Copenhagen Zoo was founded as a place where people could contemplate exotic creatures, and in its early years aimed to provide as many interesting animals as it could to its numerous visitors.
Since then the zoo has become a sophisticated modern center of research and conservation, and it remains one of the most popular attractions in Copenhagen. Animal lovers enjoying the premier service available at the Radisson Blu Falconer Hotel & Conference Center, Copenhagen will find Copenhagen Zoo is a great place for a visit.
An important mission
Copenhagen Zoo is home to a number of fantastic animals spread across excellent facilities that have received a major refurbishment over the past 25 years. The Foster's Elephant House is among the highlights, providing one of the best spectacles in the zoo, and there are also a range of rare animals including Amur leopards, okapi and muskox.
Informing the upkeep of these beasts is a strong ethos that drives the work of Copenhagen Zoo. The institution aims to act as important center of culture, education and science. A walk around the impressive facility is enough to persuade visitors of the Copenhagen Zoo's success in these goals.
Feast on the sights of Copenhagen
One of the most popular sights at Copenhagen Zoo is the feeding of the animals, which takes place periodically throughout the day. It is a fascinating spectacle and visitors who find themselves getting an appetite after watching the show may want to consider going on one of the many Copenhagen food tours.
After a day enjoying the Copenhagen Zoo visitors will enjoy the friendly service and excellent amenities available at the Radisson Blu Falconer Hotel & Conference Center, Copenhagen. The high quality Copenhagen accommodation available at the well-appointed hotel will complement a trip to the city perfectly.