Dog Friendly Tours in Europe

Taking the dog out for a walk takes on a new meaning when you’re on vacation in Europe. After all, there are tons of sights to see, and smell, around every corner. Browse our dog friendly tours in Europe below for the scoop on self-guided walks, driving tours, and group tours that both you and your dog are sure to enjoy.

Pet Friendly Batobus Paris
Batobus Paris Batobus boat tours offer a panoramic view of the iconic sights of Paris viewed from the river Seine. Dogs on a leash and wearing a muzzle can travel on board, and small dogs may be kept in a bag. Day passes are 17 EUR and annual passes are 60 EUR. See Details
Pet Friendly Six Legs Walking Tour of Florence
Six Legs Walking Tour of Florence Six Legs Walking Tour of Florence is pet-friendly. Enjoy this walking tour of the historical centre of Florence with your furry friend, where you can enjoy all of the most important monuments of the town, guided by Mila, a Licenced Tourist Guide of Florence. Highlights include a visit to the Cathedral, Brunelleschi Dome, Giotto Bell Tower, Baptistry, Signoria Palace, Uffizi Palace, copy of Michelangelo's David, the Old Bridge, the Straw Market, and the Republic Square. Tours take place early in the morning, late in the afternoon or in the evening. See Details
Amsterdam Boat Adventures Amsterdam Boat Adventures is pet-friendly tour in Amsterdam, NL. Dogs are welcome on board this amazing Amsterdam canal cruise. Amsterdam is famous for its unique canal network with a stunning 168 canals, beautiful bridges, old locks and thousands of houseboats. The canals truly define Amsterdam’s unique landscape and provides a stunning backdrop to the city’s historical centre. One of the best ways to experience this amazing city and its wonderful sights is from the water while cruising down the beautiful canals with your pooch. See Details
Italy Unfiltered - Wine Tours for Dog People Italy Unfiltered - Wine Tours For Dog People is a pet-friendly attraction hosted by Italy Unfiltered and Massi the Driver in Siena, IT. Bring Fido and join other pet people on tours of various Tuscan wine regions. Small to medium-sized well behaved pups are welcome. See Details
The Potter Trail The Potter Trail is pet-friendly. Calling all Dobbies and Hedwigs to enjoy the original, award-winning magical tour of Edinburgh. You’ll discover the mystical locations that inspired characters and scenes in the series and have the chance to visit where JK Rowling wrote the books. The tour is free, this is no trick, but you will be asked to leave a donation at the end if you think the spellbinding tales were worth it. Tours last 1.5 hrs from start to finish. There are also private tours available. See Details
Les Grottes de Presque Leashed dogs are welcome to join you at Les Grottes De Presque, a cave system located in Saint-Medard-de-Presque, France. You and Fido will be led on a 40-minute tour through a cathedral of concretions, majestic pillars, and crystallizations of all kinds in this natural cave discovered at the beginning of the 18th century. See Details
Castello di Verrazzano Leashed dogs are welcome to join you as you swirl, sniff, and sip a glass of wine at the Castello di Verrazzano winery. Fido can also tag along on a tour but must be held while walking through the cellars. The winery is located in the heart of the Chianti Classico area, in a historic castle. Several programs are offered, including tours of the historical cellars, strolls in the late-Renaissance gardens of the Villa, and guided tastings. Interested parties can book an experience at Castello di Verrazzano, whether it be The Wine & Food Experience or Dinner at the Farm. Hours vary depending on the experience chosen, and guests are encouraged to book in advance. See Details
Drumlanrig Castle Drumlanrig Castle is pet-friendly. Dogs are also welcome on a leash to join you around the castle grounds. Make sure you keep Fido close by because of the red squirrels that are residents of the surrounding area. Wander around the beautiful Victorian gardens and stick to the woodland walks. There are a range of walks on offer, both led by rangers and that you can do solo, in the 90,000 acre estate. There are several way-marked trails that follow the original paths built during the Victorian era. Drumlanrig Castle is open every day of the week from 10am to 5pm. See Details
Stromma Stromma is the leading hop-on-hop-off boat tour company in Copenhagen. They offer dogs and their owners the chance to see the Danish capital at their own pace. The boat tours are audio-guided through the harbor and along the many canals. You will see Copenhagen's old listed houses, new buildings and lots of other sights of interest. You and your leashed pup will be able to take in Christiansborg Palace, National Bank of Denmark, the Opera, the Little Mermaid, Amaliehaven, Our Saviours Church, and the Black Diamond. Visitors should be aware that during the off-season, from September 17 through May 3, the boat only stops at Nyhavn and Ved Stranden. The price for a boat tour is 105 DKK. See Details
Inveraray Jail Inveraray Jail is a pet-friendly tour you can enjoy with your pooch in Scotland. Bring Fido on a journey into the past at one of the best-preserved jail and courtroom complexes in the world. Inveraray Jail shows you what life was like in a 19th century prison for the prisoners as young as seven. The tours will take you and your pooch through gruesome Torture, Death and Damnation exhibition, the old prison, the country courtroom and the new prison. Dogs can join in the fun for no extra fee. Inveraray Jail is open every day of the week from 9:30am to 5:00pm. See Details
Bunratty Castle & Folk Park Bunratty Castle & Folk Park is pet-friendly. You can take your dog to walk around the folk park with you and enjoy a lovely day out. The only place Fido isn't welcome is inside the castle itself. They are open every day of the week from 9:00am to 8:30pm. See Details
Hermitage Castle Hermitage Castle is pet-friendly. Dogs are welcome in the castle and around the wider site. The medieval castle has an interesting history that begins in 1240. The castle became obsolete after the Union of the Crowns in 1603, and by the turn of the eighteenth century it was a ruin. You and your pooch can gain access to the site from April to the end of October. The castle is open every day from 9.30am to 5.30pm. See Details
DiscoveryPisa Discovery Pisa is a dog-friendly tour group offering several types of guided walks through Pisa. Daily tours run 365 days a year, giving dog owners the chance to discover the Square of Miracles. Other experiences range from wine tastings to tours of the surrounding areas. Meeting points, ticket prices, and hours vary depending on the Discovery Pisa tour, so check the website for further information and to book. See Details
Cornish Seal Sanctuary The Cornish Seal Sanctuary is a pet-friendly attraction in the village of Gweek outside Helston, UK. Each season, this charity rescues and rehabilitates over 70 grey seal pups from around the Cornish Coastline. Leashed pups are welcome throughout this rescue center for seals, except the Seal Hospital and Cafe. Outside, you can wander together along woodland trails around 42 acres of land and hop on the Land Train. Then, peruse the homemade dog treats and commemorative bandanas in the gift shop. See Details
Donnafugata Castle Donnafugata Castle is dog friendly. Leashed dogs are allowed to tour the grounds with their owners. Admission is 10 Euros per person. See Details
Lakeside and Haverthwaite Railway The Lakeside and Haverthwaite Railway is a pet-friendly steam train journey in the Lake District of Ulverston, UK. Established in 1973, this fun ride takes well-behaved dogs and their owners through the Leven Valley to Lakeside Station, where you can find a connection to Windermere Lake Cruises. Please note pups are not permitted on seats. See Details
Cheddar Gorge and Caves Cheddar Gorge and Caves is a pet-friendly attraction based in Cheddar, UK. Leashed dogs are welcome to explore these incredible underground caves that were Tolkien's inspiration for Helm’s Deep in The Two Towers. Afterward, you can go for a stroll along one of the trails outside like The Gorge Walk. See Details
London Nature Dog Walk and Pub Lunch London Nature Dog Walk and Pub Lunch is a pet-friendly Airbnb Experience in England's capital city. Meet your host at the corner of Millfields Park before walking around the ancient Middlesex Filter Beds. Afterwards, walk to the River Lea to see the nature reserve and the Walthamstow Marshes before heading to a traditional English pub for a pub lunch. Bring a water flask, comfy shoes and a rain coat just in case. Rates start at $49. See Details
Rederij Paping Enjoy a private tour through the canals of Amsterdam. A maximum of 10 guests is allowed per cruise. Snacks and drinks are permitted (there is a fridge on board). See Details
Marble Hill House Marble Hill is the last complete survivor of the elegant villas and gardens which bordered the Thames between Richmond and Hampton Court in the 18th century. It was begun in 1724 for the remarkable Henrietta Howard, mistress of King George II when he was Prince of Wales, and friend of some of the cleverest men in England. The house and gardens were planned by a coterie of fashionable connoisseurs, including Mrs Howard's neighbour, the poet Alexander Pope. Leashed dogs are allowed in restricted areas only. See Details