Sniffing ancient ruins, running through vineyards and chomping on the world’s best pizza will be the highlights of your pet friendly vacation in Italy. Italy is one of the most dog friendly countries Tango and I have visited with restaurants, hotels and attractions all welcoming friends with four paws.
Most accommodation websites have a pet friendly box to check. But what does “pet friendly” mean? Every hostel has its own pet standards and policies pets need to abide by. These policies range from dogs not being allowed inside the hostel and instead need to stay and sleep outside. Or it may mean your dog may go inside but must be kept in a cage, private room or only in the common area. Do not assume “pet friendly” means your pet is able to snuggle in a hostel bed with you despite what the booking website indicates (cough…booking.com…cough). Always contact the hostel prior to booking to confirm you are comfortable with the rules you and your dog need to abide to.
There is no need to book a private room when visiting Italy. These hostels allow you and your pet to spoon in your dorm room!
From 18 Euros
Piazza Giuseppe Mazzini, 1 56028 San Miniato (PI)
+ 39 3387997004
From 22 Euros
L’ostello si trova in: Località Fey 2, 11020 Lillianes (AO)
From 18 Euros
Via del Molino 4, 12077 Monesiglio (Cn), Italia
366 18 31 501
From 17 Euros
Via M. Falconi, 2 – 02046 Magliano Sabina (RI)
+39 329 0122009
From 15 Euro
Via Bellucci Sessa, 22, Portici, Napoli, 80055