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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.

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.

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).

Six Legs Walking Tour of Florence

Enjoy this walking tour of the historical centre of Florence with your furry friend. See all of the most important monuments of the town, guided by Mila, a Licenced Tourist Guide of Florence. Highlights include : Cathedal, Brunelleschi Dome, Giotto Bell Tower, Baptistry, Signoria Palace. Uffizi Palace, copy of Michelangelo's David, the Old Bridge, the Straw Market, the Republic Square. Tours take place early morning, late afternoon or evening. For information, please, contact me: info@guideonflorence.com or l.mila@infinito.it

Glacier Express

Enjoy a 71/2 hour, 3 day rail journey across 291 bridges, through 91 tunnels and across the Oberalp Pass at 2033 meter above sea level. Dogs, cats and other pets are allowed on public transport as long as they do not cause inconvenience to other passengers. Pets travel free of charge. On the Metro and commuter trains, pets can be carried only in compartments with no sign indicating prohibition on the outside. Small pets travel most comfortably on your lap, larger pets in the legroom. At stations, it is advisable to use a lift with your pet, when possible. Guide dogs accompanying visually impaired persons as well as dogs assisting disabled persons and service dogs are always welcome on board.
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