Palić Zoo


Palić Zoo is located in the center of the village of the same name, 6 km from Subotica and 5 km from the E75 motorway connecting Budapest and Belgrade. It was founded in 1950 and today covers an area of 10 hectares. The basic functions of the Zoo are: zoological, botanical, educational and nature protection. The park of the garden harmoniously blends animal aviaries and spaces for rest and entertainment. Over 270 species of trees and shrubs grow in the park, many of which are rare and exotic species, such as Lebanese cedar and giant cedar, redwood or larch. Centuries-old oaks stand out from the domestic species. Conifers grow on the north side of the garden and deciduous trees on the south. Several smaller forest formations were also left. The space is enriched and enlivened by numerous flowers in jardinieres, ponds, fountains and fountains. Visitors can see over 65 species of animals: numerous birds, several species of monkeys, large mammals, but also exotic animals such as snakes and tarantulas.


Annually, the zoo is visited by over 150,000 visitors from the country and abroad.

The Palić Zoo is open 365 days a year and the working hours are from 9 am to 6 pm.