Where and how to go on holiday with your dog in Switzerland
There are many Italians who decide to cross the border for their holidays in Switzerland, especially when it comes to mountains, trekking and skiing. Also going on holiday with your dog in Switzerland is really simple and not only because of the proximity, but also for paths and itineraries that make the practice of dog trekking.
Whatever the age of your dog, a passport is mandatory but a difference is made for other vaccinations and we recommend that you check the "dog documents" section below for details.
Going on holiday with your dog in Switzerland and using public transport is really easy: dogs can get on buses, boats and trains by paying half of a second class ticket only if they do not have a pet carrier and if they exceed 30 kg and even have an unlimited monthly pass if desired. As for cars, it is possible to make your dogs travel with a net, carrier or in any case with a seat belt in case of large sizes.
Lugano, Geneva, Saas-Fee, GrindelWald and Locarno are just some of the cities they have dog-friendly hotels ready to welcome you and pamper you properly.