Don’t let the compact size of this landlocked European gem fool you. What it lacks in area, it more than makes up for in its beautiful scenery, Medieval history and wine production. Dogs can travel on public buses and trains in Luxembourg. Which means you’ve got no excuse for not exploring everything this glorious country has to offer. Luxembourg City also has 400 distribution points for its free dog poo bags so it’s easy peasy to clean up any mess. Whatever you enjoy doing, there’s plenty to do with your dog in Luxembourg.
This stunning traditional brasserie is located in the Mullerthal countryside and is featured in the Michelin guide. It’s a great place to visit with the whole family as the windows open onto the garden terrace and offer incredible views of the valley. The menu features fine dining items such as guinea fowl and foie gras. The restaurant is closed on Monday & Tuesday and for short periods during September and December when the family take a well earned rest.
Located in the north east of Luxembourg, this medieval castle struts imposingly over the River Sûre. Looking like something out of a fairytale with its eleven impressive watchtowers, the foundations of the castle date back to Roman times. Dogs on leashes are welcome to join you as you explore this wonderful slice of history.
This 9.2km loop takes around 2.5 hours to complete. The best time to visit is between March and November. Although there are some steeper sections, the path is well marked and considered moderately challenging. This route is dog-friendly and they can even be off-leash in some areas. There are some gorgeous natural bathing spots to enjoy just slightly off-trail if you need to cool off too.
Part pet-store, part adventure supply shop, Christnach Jungblut offers sells everything from pet brushes to food and grooming services. While you’re there, you can pick up some new wellies and a warm coat to keep you comfortable when walking your dog.
This dog-friendly restaurant has a wonderfully classic Italian menu containing pizza, homemade pasta and even frog legs and snails. At the weekends there is live music on the piano and singing.
So whatever you enjoy, you’ll find plenty to do with your dog in Luxembourg. For more information on taking pets to Europe, see our dedicated page here and get in touch today.
Fri May 27 2022