Hungarian safari park
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Since the restrictions implemented by the government because of the coronavirus epidemic have been lifted in Pest county as well, József Richter Jr, director of the Hungarian National Circus, created the first Hungarian car safari park in Szada, just 30 kilometres away from Budapest. The park is safe and unique, so its visit is worth the trip!

According to magyarnemzeticirkusz.hu, there are almost 100 different animals in the exotic safari park which covers 5 hectares near Szada, Pest county. Only cars can get inside, and their top must not be open. In the park, there are giraffes, elephants, camels, donkeys, and the so-called “zebmars”, the most exclusive members of the family who were born by

the combination of zebras and donkeys.

Hungarian safari park
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The operation of the safari park follows strict rules because of the epidemic so everyone can feel 100 pc safe inside. Cars can move only on the marked path, and only a limited number of vehicles (families) are let inside at a particular time. They are allowed to spend 1 hour there. To avoid traffic jams in front of the gates

only those can enter the park who registered before.

You can register HERE but if you hesitate you should watch this video about the park:

 

Sajtóbejárás

A nyitás előtti napon a sajtó képviselői számára egy sajtóbejárást biztosítottunk. Parkunkba a látogatás regisztrációhoz kötött!Minden információ megtalálható a weboldalunkon: https://magyarnemzeticirkusz.hu/hu/news/126

Posted by Magyar Nemzeti Cirkusz Hivatalos Oldala – Hungarian National Circus on Tuesday, 19 May 2020

Mr Richter told that they postponed the opening because they wanted to meet all safety and security requirements. But he cleared that, thanks to the job of their many colleagues, visitors can enjoy a unique tour and can see a lot of exotic animals.

Hungarian safari park
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Furthermore, those who visit can help the Hungarian National Circus, as well, which can be life-saving for them since they were left without income after the outbreak of the epidemic. 

Hungarian safari park
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And finally, the prices. For children under 2, the park is free. Between the age of 2 and 14, the entrance fee is 1,500 HUF (3.5 EUR) while for adults it is 2.000 HUF (4.5 EUR).

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Opening times: workdays: 12 am to 5 pm. Weekend and holidays: 10 am to 5 pm. 

Provided you have questions you can call the +36 20 935 40 50 phone number between 9 am, and 12:30 am.

Source: magyarnemzeticirkusz.hu

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