Traveling With Your Canine Buddy? Here Are The Best Dog-Friendly Destinations In Europe.
Last updated on October 28th, 2022 at 08:47 am
Best dog friendly destinations: Exploring the world with your furry companion.
Dog friendly destinations have become the hottest trend in the travel market. Dogs are sensitive creatures and it takes a lot for a dog-owner to leave his/her pet behind to travel and explore. However, to put an end to your misery, we have made a list of the best places in Europe that will happily welcome you and your pet to explore the destination together. So, no need to depart with your dog who is giving you sad-puppy-eyes and asking to stay. Let’s go ahead with this blog and check out the best dog friendly destinations in Europe.
Peak District, England
We are kicking off our list with a great destination, Peak District. Dog-owners who have traveled to this place before then it is highly recommend bringing your dog here. The place occupies with flower fields and wild scenic landscapes. Also, there is no age or breed limit on dogs. A dog of any breed and of any age is welcomed here. Moreover, just be careful that he doesn’t get too close to farm animals who are not familiarize with strange animals. You will find many dog friendly destinations and accommodations at reasonable prices.
Next on our list is France. You will be glad to know that France is one of the friendliest nations for dogs in the world. In France, you do not have to worry about accommodations that will allow your dog as well. Even the posh Michelin star restaurants welcome dogs inside their premises. Explore the countryside with your furry companion. Let him run free in the vineyards, rolling in the mud in the fields, and play with other animals.
The third place on our list has captured by Wales. You will find a huge bunch of dog-friendly accommodations in Wales. Pick from self-catering cottages to quiet apartments. You can spend time with your dog at Wales’s sandy beaches most of which are dog-friendly. Our favorite is Rhosilli Bay which is located at Gower Peninsula. One of the highlights of the beach is the Helvetia, a shipwreck that washed up on the shore and has been the center of attraction ever since.
We believe every dog owner should bring their dog to Croatia at least once in their life. It is becoming a top favorite among many dog owners not only for its beauty but also for its hospitality towards pets in general. Are you pooch interested in taking a dip in the ocean? Bring him to Crikvenica and let him off the leash. You will find the beach filled with travelers just like you, enjoying themselves while keeping an eye on their excited furry friends. Let your dog have his first “dog beer” in Croatia.
Imagine you and your dog strolling in the beautiful street lined with ancient mansions and thatched roofed cottages. Well, this dream can come true in The Cotswolds. The place looks like a medieval painting come to life. The destination is traveller’s dream come true with its scenic landscapes, miles, and miles of lush green field cracking with wildflowers. Then, look for pet-friendly accommodation and have the best time of your life exploring the Cotswolds.
This list wouldn’t be complete without Scotland. It is the ultimate place to visit with your pet. If you are in a mood to explore Edinburgh first and then move to other places, there are a lot of accommodations that will accept your dog staying with you. When you are done with Edinburgh, move a little deeper into Scotland and get a taste of its local bar and tavern culture. Do not leave your dog behind as most of the pubs have special dog menus for your pooch.
The last place on our list is Germany. Despite its reputation to be cold to foreigners, it is actually really warm to pets. You will find locals being friendly with you and your furry friend. They do not mind playing with your dog on the side of the street. You will also find that in Germany dogs are given strict training and therefore the dogs have highly disciplined and trained. Pro- Tip- If your dog is naughtier than other dogs, just try to discipline him lovingly so he will not stick out among other pets. Berlin is a great place to look for dog-friendly hotels.
This brings us to the end of our list. We hope you relish to know that so many places in Europe would delight to receive you and your pet. We would love to hear from you. Share your feedback with us.
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