Traveling to Prague With a Dog

Traveling to Prague With a Dog, Prague, Czech Republic (B)

Dog parents looking to take their furry friend on vacation around Europe are welcome in a lot of major cities which have varying degrees of dog-friendliness. Perhaps one of the most dog-friendly is Prague. Traveling to Prague with a dog can be quite a treat for both you and your dog. What can you expect? Ample green spaces all over the city and dogs allowed pretty much everywhere.

Prague is one of the most dog-friendly capitals in Europe. Dogs are allowed pretty much everywhere people can go including restaurants and many of the city’s most famous sights. They can also ride public transportation and the country-wide train network without many restrictions.

Best of all, Prague is full of amazing parks where they can run around among vineyards, monuments, and gardens. Conveniently, you don’t have to choose between sightseeing and taking your dog to the park. Many of the city’s best viewpoints, like Letna Park, Petrin Hill, and Vitkov Hill are vast green spaces where you’ll relish your surroundings. You can even stop for a beer at one of the city’s popular beer gardens. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Traveling to Prague With a Dog
Guide Location: Czech Republic » Prague
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Ana Montano
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Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Letna Park
  • Petrin Hill
  • Vitkov Hill
  • Old Town Square
  • Wenceslas Square
  • Prague Castle
  • Charles Bridge
  • Strelecky Island
  • Prague Zoo
  • Eiffel Tower
  • Jan Žižka
  • Vysehrad
  • Letna
  • Letna Beer Garden
  • Riegrovy Sady
  • Havlíckovy sady
  • Stromovka
  • Divorka Sarka
  • Sad Man’s Tongue
  • The Irish Times Bar
  • The Tavern
  • Mr. Hot Dog
  • Bistro Monk
  • Forky’s
  • Food Lab
  • Lokal
  • The Dubliner
  • Happy Bean
  • Hajnovka
  • Sumi Garden
  • Strahov Monastery Brewery
  • Las Adelitas
  • Ferme
  • Celebrity Café
  • Vinohradsky Burger Bar
  • Le Grill
  • Le Caveau
  • Sweet & Pepper Days
  • Globe Bookstore and Cafe
  • Hoxton Burgers
  • Café Sladkovsky
  • Patra
  • Na Brehu Rhony
  • La Paisanita
  • Third Coast Pizza
  • Electric Sheep Book Bar
  • Manifesto Market
  • Arepas de Lyna
  • Café Savoy
  • Monolok Café
  • Café Bar Pilotu
  • Dish
  • Pubble
  • Mr. Grey
  • Vetino Jaggy
  • IVET

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