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Italian travel is not only a great opportunity to enjoy the beautiful scenery and natural attractions, but it is also a time well spent with your pup. If you’re looking for some easy and fun dog-friendly adventure trails in Italy, you’ve come to the right place! Here are 10 dog-friendly trails to check out right now:

  • Canyon of the Nine Peaks – This mountain climb is a great opportunity for both dog owners and their furry friends. Park near the start and the end of the trail and take a short ride up the winding pathways to gain a bird’s eye view of the stunning view.
  • Palace of Caserta – Situated within the walls of Caserta, this impressive palace is perfect for dog- owners looking for a little bit of history and architectural romance. The grounds include a lovely garden, and there are plenty of off-leash areas for dogs to play.
View of Ischia Ponte
View of Ischia Ponte
  • Ischia – The lying-in-sunny-weather resort town of Ischia is a perfect spot for a day of swimming, pacing, and sunbathing with your pup. There are plenty of shady spots and shady paths for dogs to roam, and there are also plenty of restaurants and cafes that offer tasty dog-friendly food.
  • Florence – One of the most famous and beautiful cities in Italy, Florence is no stranger to dog- owners. There are plenty of areas to explore for both keepers and their furry friends, and there are also plenty of near by dog houses to browse and take in the sights and sounds of the city.
  • Venice – Dog- owners can combine walks with café visits and Canal walks on one of Venice’s most popular canals. The canals provide plenty of opportunity for dog walking, swimming, and strolling, and there are plenty of wide sidewalks and areas for leash walking.
  • Arles – Once thought to be the heart of the medieval world, Arles is now a lovely stopping place for dog owners looking for a day of rest and relaxation. There are plenty of places to sits and relax, and there are also plenty of places to wander and explore.
Leaning Tower of Pisa in Italy in the Square of Miracles
  • Pisa – If ancient ruins are your thing, Pisa is definitely the spot for you. The city is filled with stunning examples of Gothic architecture, and dog owners are likely to spot plenty of historic places and areas to explore. There are also plenty of restaurants, cafes, and open-air markets to visit.
  • Naples – Naples is known for its beautiful beaches, beautiful architecture, and stylish restaurants. With dog lovers in mind, the city is a great place to spend a day. The beaches have plenty of areas for both dogs and owners to sunbathe and swim, and the architecture is unique and noire.
  • Florence – If you’re looking for a city with a lot to do, Florence is definitely the spot for you. The city has plenty of interesting attractions and places to explore, as well as plenty of places to sit and relax. Dog owners can explore the city’s open-air market, its charming streets and neighborhoods, and its impressive cathedrals.
  • Rome – dog owners can combine walks with sightseeing tours of the inner city. Dog- owners can explore the I Impresario district – home to Rabat’s Mosque, the Montreuil Palace, and more – or visit the Colosseum. If you’re looking for a more formal experience, dog owners can take a guided tour of the Colosseum and visit the Roman Forum.