Pet Friendly Hotels in Stuttgart
If you’re looking to visit Stuttgart with your pet at your side, you’re in luck. Across Germany, pets are more welcome in hotels and restaurants than they are in almost any other country. You’ll not need to compromise on your hotel, amenities or location choice to accommodate your companion.
Visiting Stuttgart with Your Pet
Germany is a particularly pet-friendly country to visit, and Stuttgart is no exception. Your dog will be allowed to accompany you into a large proportion of Stuttgart’s shops and restaurants, and on public transport, and the few places that don’t welcome dogs will generally signpost the fact. Before you travel, ensure your dog is equipped with a valid rabies vaccination certificate, a bilingual veterinary certificate, and a microchip. Use Expedia to help you find a dog-friendly hotel in Stuttgart with all the features you require.
Stuttgart’s Green Heart
In Stuttgart you’re never far from a green space to let your dog roam – the city centre is filled with parks, centred on the Green U of the Schlossgarten, Rosenstein Park and Killesberg Park. Even the central Schlossplatz is broad enough to let your dog stretch its paws while you plan your next excursion. The Favorite Park around Ludwigsburg Palace is a splendid mix of open spaces, water features and handsome Baroque architecture, and the wide expanses of the Rotwildpark are a great place for a dog walk if you’re in the southwest of the city.
Pet-friendly Walks in the Swabian Region
Stuttgart is surrounded by rolling hills and pleasant river valleys, criss-crossed by walking trails like the Naturfreunde Fellbach, which includes a Roman-themed loop and a foray into the Mainhardter Forest. Venture further south and the rugged high ground of the Swabian Jura offers splendid walks and views. The Black Forest in the far southwest has thousands of acres of very well signposted hiking trails of varying difficulty, where you can venture through landscapes that inspired the Brothers Grimm, and catch a glimpse of the source of the River Danube, before retiring to rest foot and paw in one of the forest’s many welcoming cafes and inns.