Traveling to Dresden with Your Dog

Traveling to Dresden with Your Dog, Dresden, Germany (B)

As the heart of Saxony, Dresden is an amazing place to take your pup along. Not only is Dresden surrounded by natural beauty, the city itself is extremely dog-friendly. Read on to find out everything you need to know about traveling to Dresden with a dog.

Like most major cities in Germany, Dresden considers dogs an extension of the family. As such, it feels as though dogs are visible and accepted everywhere. In fact, when researching what restaurants we could take our pup to, I even found negative reviews for restaurants that didn’t offer their dog a bowl of water. You’re more likely than not to be allowed to dine out with your dog, though I’ve included a list of dog-friendly restaurants below to eliminate the guesswork.

The city also has beautiful sights that are perfect for both dogs and their owners like the Grand Garden of Dresden and the garden at the Zwinger. That being said, pups are not allowed to walk through the Zwinger’s collection of priceless exhibits housed inside. Dogs are also reasonably not allowed at the Royal Palace or the city’s churches. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Traveling to Dresden with Your Dog
Guide Location: Germany » Dresden
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Ana Montano
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Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Grand Garden of Dresden
  • The Dresden Zwinger
  • Royal Palace
  • Zoo Dresden
  • Dresden Botanical Garden
  • Brühl’s Terrace
  • Augustus Bridge
  • Königsufer
  • Palaisgarten
  • New Town (Neustadt)
  • Albrechtsberg Palace
  • Striezelmarkt
  • Pulverturm
  • Anton
  • Urbean
  • Café Oswaltz
  • Zum Bautzner Tor
  • The Loft
  • Augustiner an der Frauenkirche
  • Dresden 1900
  • Makamaka
  • Nr13 Genuss am Hafen
  • Alte Meister Café
  • Zum Schiesshaus
  • Kutscherschänke
  • Lila Sosse