Due to the current coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) situation, The Debrecen Zoo and Amusement Park will be temporarily closed to the public from March 17. The devoted staff will continue to take utmost care of zoo residents and ensure safe operation. They will communicate the date of reopening as soon as possible. In the meantime, please follow […]
Dear Visitors, Please see below a summary of our measures regarding the current coronavirus outbreak as well as some other relevant information. Our opening hours are still as usual, with our zoo open every day of the week and the amusement park season starting this weekend. Please note, however, that, in accordance with yesterday’s government […]
Morning photos of Hortobágy on 8th March, 2020.
Llamas seem to have a splendid time here since, following two births last year, yet another black-and-white offspring was born on February 17. The little female is in good health, with an excellent appetite, and, while still resting a lot, she enjoys playing around in the enclosure. With her arrival, we are now home to […]
In order to protect patients, a partial visit ban was ordered from Friday at the University of Debrecen Clinical Center due to the influenza outbreak.
On 10 January 2020, a centre for independent living opened in Debrecen for persons with disabilities who live in the county.
Two people were taken to hospital.
On Sunday noon (8th of December), local firefighters were alerted because carbon monoxide had been detected in a flat in Hajdúszoboszló.
Program of the Hajdúszoboszló Rock Café for the weekends of October, November and December.
The Debrecen Zoo has some great news to report on World Animal Day as they have recently had yet another breeding success with their South American tapir couple named Lunda and Samu.