Holiday homes with pets allowed in Austria
Holiday with pets in Austria, pure enjoyment Austria is especially nice for a holiday with pet and there are numerous pet friendly holiday homes in Austria. The lovely mountainous country invites you to long walks over mountain ridges when enjoying your holiday with dog. The dog can enjoy the mountain pastures, extensive forests and clear lakes alongside you. Allow him to stretch his legs on long hiking trips, mountain bike tours and allow him to indulge in the cosy picnic among nature. The pet friendly holiday homes in Austria ensure a fantastic holiday with dog.
Holiday with dog among nature
Your holiday with pet in Austria is a complete family holiday and your dog wouldn't want to miss it for the world. Take your pets on holiday to Austria, playing in mountain streams, swimming in the lakes and coming along on day trips. A holiday home among nature is ideal for this. The holiday home with pets allowed is centrally located and offers all possibilities for the dog. A dog friendly house with large garden is the best choice for your dog. He can run, play and find a favourite spot to lie down. The only things you need to bring are his dog pillow, food dish and favourite toys. Come and enjoy a holiday with pet in Austria.
Holiday with pets in Austria
As mentioned Austria is and ideal country to take your dogs on holiday. Do note that you can only bring 3 dogs to Austria and you need to bring a muzzle. The dog doesn't always need to wear it but you must be able to present it if needed and in public transport it should be worn. It easy to reach the large cities in Austria by car, which is useful when you are on holiday with pets. Visit Vienna, Salzburg or Innsbruck, a true cultural holiday in Austria to enjoy with your pet. Make city tour past the splendid old buildings to end up on a terrace to enjoy a cup of coffee and a genuine Apfelstrudel. It's so easy to breath in the culture when on holiday with dogs in Austria. This is why you should choose a holiday home with dog in Austria.