Europe Travel Destinations for Dog Owners

It is increasingly common to take our furry with us on vacation, well we know that without them it would not be the same. However, the facilities offered by the different destinations are not wide although there are more and more places and means enabled to travel with our pets. Therefore, in this article, we are going to propose a series of European dog-friendly destinations in which to set our sights on the upcoming Easter holidays … or when we feel like it!

And, for the enjoyment and of all pet lovers, dog-friendly cities are creating a trend and placing themselves among the most visited destinations. There are more and more parks enabled for our furry, spaces to let them enjoy without a leash, cafes, and shops where access for them is not restricted and even restaurants where food is also served for them. Are they not one of the family?

Of course, first of all, we have to teach our pets the habit of traveling: It is convenient that from puppies we usually do even small weekend getaways so they know what it is to travel by car and so they do not see it as a threat, but quite the opposite.

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Which Are The Friendliest European Cities Of Our Furry?

In the first place we find Barcelona, where unlike in the rest of Spain where dog-friendly life is still not very evolved, our pets are allowed to enter stores and in almost all restaurants. One of the places that you cannot miss if you travel with your puppy is the famous Entredogs Café, where in addition to the culinary offer for both humans and hairy, they organize talks, workshops, pro-adoption days …

More and more cities are enabling their spaces to be totally dog-friendly

Another very interesting destination is Paris, one of the cities with one of the highest rates of dogs per resident. Dogs are allowed, even if hard to believe, at the mass of the Church of Santa Rita and on tourist buses. The cafes and shops are absolutely dog-friendly and also allow pets even one of their most emblematic destinations, the Bois de Boulogne park.

If we prefer a place with many green areas it is impossible to forget Amsterdam, its canals and cozy streets. It would be a crime not to be able to enjoy them with your pet, right? In this city, they can travel for free on all public transports, except on the train, where you also have to buy them a ticket. One of the most admirable features is that some parks in the city are Off-Leash, that is, they can walk without a leash.

Similar to the city-style of Amsterdam, Brussels has a very multicultural and open European city. One in ten Belgians has a puppy in his life and therefore, although it is mandatory to walk your hairy on a leash, the city has many green spaces where they can run and let their hair down, and even some parks have certain hours where they can drop them Belgian hotels and restaurants are increasingly allowing our pets to enter.

What do we want to visit in Germany? Well, we can go through its capital, Berlin, one of the most chosen destinations by pet owners. The city has a center where you can take good walks with your furry with peace and tranquility, and bars and restaurants where you can eat without a problem with them. And of course, the use of transport is completely free. In addition, Berlin has several delicatessen dogs shops whose only sin … is not to visit them.

And finally, Reykjavik: The Icelandic capital prohibited for 60 years the life with dogs in it and it may be precisely that which has made it one of the capitals with more facilities to travel with your furry. If you like a quiet space and get lost in nature, this is your city. The Ellidaárdalur Valley is one of the places that, without fail, you have to visit with your dog.

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