Wildpark Poing is located just outside Munich in Bavaria, Germany At Wildpark Poing, you see all the animals that once lived and roamed the forest of Bavaria.
Wildpark Poing an amazing day out!
I must say as a family travel destination Wildpark Poing ticked all the boxes for me
- the price was excellent
- the attraction was interesting for both kids and adults
- there were food and beverage facilities
- playground for the kids
The Deer at Poing were so friendly, an amazing experience
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The Poing Park play area was amazing
In the middle of the park, there is a big open area for picnics. They also sell food
Our youngest daughter Marley was getting pretty tired by the end of the day as it is a long walk around the park. It did not help her little legs as early on she was more than happy to run off into the trees to see the little squirrel and bird homes dotted throughout the park! (Conserving energy is not one of Marley’s strong suits!). You can spend all day there if you wanted to, I would say at least a 4-hour minimum stay is required to get the most out of it. The Lynx was among one of the favourites for Willow and Marley. He looked just like a big pussycat, that was until he growled at Marley! He pretty quickly went from lovable and adorable to scary!
Wildpark Poing is a great family travel destination
To be able to get this close to the deer and goats and to be able to feed them as well as an amazing experience for the kids and ourselves. Willow loved the experience more than Marley did and could not stop talking about it. For adults, I felt especially since we are not from Europe, we got to view some native Bavarian animals that we had never seen before. In Australia, we don’t have Wolves, Lynx etc and I had never seen a Lynx even in a zoo before. The park is so open and spacious that you really got the feel for the animals and see them close up. This Wildpark Bayern is an amazing experience
How much does it cost to visit Wildpark Poing
Single Day Tickets
- Adult 10€
- Child 3-14 years 6€
- Concession 8.50€
Poing Wildpark only accepts cash for entry no electronic payments available.
Visiting Poing Wildpark by car
At junction München Ost A99 to the A94 motorway towards Passau. First exit Parsdorf / Poing exit the highway. Direction Poing. In Poing, the way to the wildlife park is signposted. Address for navigation system: Easter Path 20, 85586 Poing. There is plenty of free parking available.
Visiting Poing Wildpark by train
With the S-Bahn: S2 direction Markt Schwaben / Erding. Stop Poing. Ca. 20 minutes walk: On the main road, then follow signs to Wildpark follow. Information about the travel times of the S2, please contact the MVG.
Getting to Munich & Wildpark Bayern
Munich is the second biggest city in Germany.
Flughafen München Franz Josef Strauß is 28.5 kilometres from the city centre.
By February of 2017 Flughafen München, Franz Josef Strauß features flights to 248 destinations, making it the airport with the fifth-most destinations worldwide.
The S1 and S8 S-Bahn lines connect the airport with the centre of Munich, with departures every 10 minutes. The airport is also easy and convenient to reach by bus from the Munich city centre
Many international and domestic trains and busservice’s Munich terminating at Munich’s Central Station (Hauptbahnhof)
You can book an airport transfer with Suntransfers who we have personally used on many occasions.
You can book a rental car with AutoEurope and have it waiting for you at Munich Airport.
Getting around Munich:
Munich has an extensive public transportation system. It consists of a network of underground (U-Bahn), suburban trains (S-Bahn), trams and buses. … Tickets can be purchased at the blue vending machines, found at U- and S-Bahn-stations, at many tram and bus stops and newspaper kiosks.
There are different types of tickets: Single Tickets (called “Einzelfahrkarte”), Stripe Tickets (called “Streifenkarte”) and Day Tickets (called “Tageskarte”).
Before first embarking, the ticket must be validated – insert the ticket into the small stamping machines posted at the entrances to U- and S-Bahn tracks or on trams and buses. It’s a € 60 fine if you are caught riding without a valid ticket.
The Munich City Tour Card allows free use of public transport, plus discount and free admission to some of the best Munich sights. More information and booking click here
Another alternative for tourists is to buy a pass for the Munich Hop on hop off bus which takes you to all the sites in the city. Click here for further information and prices.
Where to stay in Munich:
Munich has accommodation options for every budget from Hostels, to apartments and hotels rooms.
Hostels in Munich can start from as little as 20 euro’s a night for a shared dorm room.
You can search Airbnb for their Munich accommodation offerings. If you have never used Airbnb before get yourself $50 credit by signing and booking a stay right HERE.
Hotels in Melbourne generally start from around $100 a night for a double room and increase incrementally as the luxury rating rises towards 5 stars. Google states that 3-star averaging $144, 5-star averaging $469 for a night stay.
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