Austria is a country in Central Europe famous for Mozart, Haydn, Schubert, Strauss, and Liszt, Ferdinand Porsche, yes, the founder of the super fancy Porsche car company. In Austria, you will find an abundance of Schnitzel, apfelstrudel, and Sachertorte, the most delicious chocolate cake you will ever taste. If you walk the streets of Vienna, you will find fantastic architecture and beautiful sights that you can enjoy, but nothing beats exploring Austria than exploring Austria with your dear doggo!
While you’re in Austria, why not take the opportunity to visit a mountain? One of the gorgeous mountains in this country is without a doubt Tyrol, a region in the Alps that stretches across western Austria and northern Italy. Tyrol is merely breathtaking and full of amazing lakes that you and your pup can visit and have a little dip to cool off in the hot summer months. So, do some research, ask around with other dog lovers, and Google some of the most beautiful lakes you can visit with your pup.
If you are stationed in Vienna, yes you can spend all your time there, but why not spice things up and visit some other cities in Austria and around Vienna? Surely your doggo would love to explore the scents of different places and meet fellow dogs from other towns, so rent a car or hop on a dog-friendly bus and travel around a little bit. Hop over to another city, maybe even another country if you are looking for something a little different, and be the traveler you always wanted to be, not just a tourist.
While you’re visiting Austria, why not attend a local dog show? You might win some prizes, and if not, you will surely make friends for life! Your doggo will also love the company of other pup’s so this one is a definite win-win situation.
Austria is indeed a beautiful country that should be on your bucket list. It may not be outrageously wild and famous for its week-long parties, but it is a place that will feed your soul and offer the most delicious food you and your pup can enjoy. And hey, if your doggo learns a command or two in German in the meantime, you can brag that you have a polyglot puppy!