5 Beautiful European Tours You Can Take Your Dog On
All over Europe, there's a number of iconic cities where you can enjoy the outdoors with the company of your faithful pet.
Even though summer is coming to end, there is still some time to enjoy several outdoor activities and the beautiful scenery of European tours that you can take your dog on. Whether you’re in the north or the south, we have a route that will make your trip unforgettable.
Visit Venice and walk along the canals with your pet
Many owners who are planning on traveling with their pets want to go to cities that have an interesting historical center to explore. Venice offers wide avenues with bridges, canals and nearby islands that are great to explore with your pet.
One of the most recommended stops is the island of Burano, which you can get to by vaporetto, the excellent Venetian water taxi. This island is famous for its colorful houses and quiet fishing village atmosphere, you’ll discover nooks and crannies all over this island. Plus, you’ll be able to visit one of Venice’s most important attractions in the company of your pet.
Scotland, One of the Best European Destination to Travel with Your Dog
Scotland is the best country to travel with your dog. Whether choosing to explore the Scottish Highlands by road, or to stroll through the streets of Edinburgh’s historical architecture, both you and your dog will enjoy an unforgettable trip in one of the greenest countries on earth.
If you’re looking forward to combining an urban experience with a more rural one, don’t hesitate to visit Edinburgh. This city has summer festivals and the Fringe Festival, which offers plenty of theaters, art, and dances. There are also more rustic monuments, such as Arthur’s Seat. This variety will allow you and your pet to enjoy the cultural panorama and the Scottish Highlands in the most comfortable way.
The Majestic Parks of London
Don’t be fooled by the apparent simplicity of going around the park with your dog. English monarchs have been founding and expanding parks since the sixteenth century, each time it’s more vast and ostentatious. Now that they’re open to the public, they offer a unique experience to enjoy nature in the heart of London.
Some places, like Hyde Park, are so large that they require a map and several hours of excursions to be completely covered. In this particular park, you’ll find a Holocaust memorial, the Serpentine contemporary art gallery and the memorial to Princess Diana of Wales.
Visit the Berlin Trail of Mauerpark
In German, Mauerpark means ‘the park of the wall.’ This park is very meaningful because it’s located on what was once part of the Berlin Wall that fell in 1969.
This trial is located on what was once the border between Prenzlauer Berg and Wedding. Every week this park’s trail is full of all kinds of antiques and trinkets that you can buy. This place offers space to let your dog run free through the parks of Berlin, enjoy the local crafts and visit its market.
Enjoy the Beautiful Lighting of Lisbon with the Company of Your Dog
Although most museums and closed attractions don’t allow animals, Lisbon is a city with countless cafes and gardens that do.For example, the Botto Machado Garden allows you to walk peacefully through its green areas, while also giving you the opportunity to visit the Feria da Ladra on Tuesdays and Saturdays. Likewise, on the quiet Avenida de Liberdade, you can enjoy Portuguese kiosks and cafes without having to worry about a thing when it comes to your dog.