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If this is your first visit to Jerez with your family, we suggest you visit the Zoo and Botanical Gardens, west of the historic district of Jerez in Taxdirt Street
You can walk in less than 15 minutes to the Zoo, and if you drive there is a large car park right next to the Zoo. If you walk, go to Porvera Street behind the hotel. Heading north, at the end of the street in the La Victoria Church, and to the left take Ancha Street to Santiago Church (James) whose bell tower should be visible. On the right is Taxdirt Street, and at the end of the street is the Zoo.
Zoo tickets for adults are € 9, and 6€ for children under 14: If you go with the grandparents, retired people can also get in for 6 €.
The Jerez Zoo and Botanical Gardens houses the most important collection in Andalusia with more than 1,000 animals of 180 different species, and a grove of about 1,000 plants from 400 species You must not miss seeing the Iberian lynx, the northern bald ibis, the tigers, lions, crocodiles and hippos ....
If you get a bit tired, the Zoo has a restaurant in which to rest and refuel and continue the tour in the afternoon. You may also choose to take the little train that runs all the way around the Zoo. There is also a great play area for kids with swings and slides.