Traveling to Berlin with a Dog

Traveling to Berlin with a Dog, Berlin, Germany (B)

Getting a pet is a lot like having kids. The responsibility can bog you down and restrict your freedom to travel spontaneously or travel at all. The alternative is to travel with your dog. Europe is a great place to travel with pets because dogs are an important part of the culture and lifestyle in most major cities. Berlin is one such city, where pets are just an accepted part of every day life. If you’re thinking about traveling to Berlin with a dog, here is everything you need to know.

Voted Germany’s most dog-friendly German city in 2011 and 2012, Berlin is extremely accommodating to our furry friends and their owners, making a trip to Berlin with a pet fairly easy to pull off. Unlike other “dog-friendly” cities in Europe that have very little for dogs to actually enjoy (like Vienna), Berlin has an abundance of large parks where they can run around open fields, nature, and even gardens.

Though your dog may not be welcome inside a museum, the good thing about tourist attractions in Berlin is that many of them are in the open air like the Berlin Wall and Checkpoint Charlie. Berlin Tiergarten, which is like Central Park in New York, is one of the best dog-friendly parks as its close to many of the city’s important landmarks like the Brandenburg Gate and the Reichstag. And that’s just one of the public parks that make Berlin so green. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Traveling to Berlin with a Dog
Guide Location: Germany » Berlin
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Ana Montano
Read it on Author's Website: https://www.gnometrotting.com/traveling-berlin-with-dog/
Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Checkpoint Charlie
  • Berlin Tiergarten
  • Brandenburg Gate
  • Reichstag
  • Humboldthain
  • Tempelhofer Feld
  • Mauerpark
  • Volkspark in Friedrichshain
  • Grunewald
  • Lustgarten park
  • Unter den Linden
  • Republic Square
  • Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe
  • Spreebogenpark
  • East Side Gallery
  • Park an der Spree
  • Holzmarkt 25
  • Cafe am Neuen See
  • Lake Müggelsee
  • Zoo-Berlin
  • Nomad Berlin
  • Café Krone
  • 44 Brekkie
  • Steel Vintage Bikes Café
  • Oslo Kaffebar
  • 19Grams
  • Kaffee Marlene
  • Factory Girl
  • Brammibal’s Donuts
  • Schnitzelei
  • Restaurant Hasenheide
  • Restaurant Maximilians
  • Coccodrillo
  • Zero Stress Pizza
  • heimlichTreu
  • Nante-Eck
  • Oderquelle
  • What a Treat Berlin
  • Indian Village
  • Restaurant Bass
  • Max & Friends
  • The Castle
  • BrewDog
  • Mikkeller
  • Hopfenreich
  • Yorcks BAR
  • Murphy’s Irish Pub
  • Beavis Bar
  • Café/Bar Marienhof
  • Charlie’s Beach
  • Berghain
  • Tierarztpraxis Bärenwiese
  • Tierarztpraxis Rödiger

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