Are you looking for suggestions for great travel destinations with a dog? In this article, seven bloggers (I'm also there) reveal their best tips for dog holidays - whether Germany or the Netherlands, the Baltic Sea or mountains, cottage or campsite. The one or other insider tip is also there. Check it out and leave happy your favorite destinations for the holiday with dog in the comments!
(Contains advertisement for houseboat Nicols) Renting a houseboat and cuddling comfortably on the Alsace canals in France for three days - that's what we experienced in June. On board were my friend Carsten, our dog Buddy and me. I'll tell you in this article of our first houseboat vacation, share our experiences and tips with you. So that your boat holidays also succeed smoothly.
Wide beaches, green forests, wellness and delicious food - we are always happy in Kolberg. We have visited the Polish seaside resort at different seasons. Here you will find my tips and pictures about the beach, sights, restaurants and food. The last two times we were there with our dog Buddy. And we have noticed: Holidays with dogs in Kolberg is just as easily possible as restaurant visits as a vegetarian. Come with me to the Polish Baltic Sea!
Holidays are the best time of the year. Of course we want to spend those with our dog buddy. Therefore, three of us are always traveling by car in Germany and Europe. In this article you will find a handy Packing Holiday with Dog. The checklist in PDF format you can easily print and tick off. So you will not forget anything for your holidays with a dog!
Everything in life has its time, right? Carsten and I had been together for a very long time before we finally moved into Mönchengladbach. This was the time for a common dog. I'll tell you about our first year with Buddy: including many walks in the woods, lying on the couch and traveling with a dog. Buddy once thoroughly mixed our lives, brought many moments of happiness, but sometimes even led us to our limits.
(Advertisement for REWE Regional) I am a Rhinelander through and through - I like the people, the cities, the landscapes and the food. The region is perfect for getaways on the doorstep. After all, in our home town of Mönchengladbach, cities such as Cologne, Düsseldorf or Aachen are very close by. But now with a dog we prefer nature. For a weekend we visited in cooperation with REWE Regional a destination of my childhood, the Eifel. Because your own region often has so much more to offer than you think. This applies to excursions, but also for regional products that are grown in the area. I brought you tips for sights like the romantic town of Monschau with its half-timbered houses, castle, castle, restaurant and café. And I'll tell you a regional dish that my grandma always cooked.
A dog has long been our absolute dream! But my friend and I both have full time jobs. In addition, as a travel blogger, I am often on the road, otherwise work from our apartment. Would that work? In August 2018 Buddy came to us. Since then, the great Vizsla male (a Hungarian hunting dog) has turned our lives upside down! We have already made a holiday with a dog by the sea, were on a houseboat as well as a short break in the Eifel and in the Ruhr area .. Recently we bought a van. I'll tell you about my experiences to live, work and travel with a dog.
(Contains advertising for the Ruhr area) What do you think about the Ruhr area? At industrial culture, collieries and heaps? Or gardens, open-air cinema, beach club and stand up paddling? All this I experienced with Carsten and our dog Buddy on a weekend in the Ruhr. We spent nice days in Essen, Duisburg, Mülheim an der Ruhr and Bochum. Here are eight great sights in the Ruhr area, in the cities and in the countryside.
When vacationing with a dog, some questions arise: Which destination is best? How do we get there? What do we take with us for the dog? Which accommodation do we choose? How do we find dog-friendly beaches, cafés and restaurants? Here are my tips, for example, for your first holiday with a dog. We travel in our car through Germany and Europe with our big, lively hunting dog.
My mother is my great role model: she not only gave me the love of traveling, books and good food. In addition to husband, three children, household and full-time job, she also found time for her hobbies. Recently, I noticed that I am moving in their tracks. I tell you about it and answer the question: "Travel, friend dog - can I have everything?".