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Who let the dogs out? The 8 best spots to walk your dog in Vienna

Woof woof! Have you ever been disappointed by heading to a Viennese park with your furry best friend, only to find a big sign that says ‘No Dogs Allowed’? No worries, we have gathered 8 paw-some spots you and your dog will both love. So put on your walking shoes, grab your leash and explore some of the best dog-friendly spots in Vienna!

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Schwarzenbergpark – The best spots to walk your dog in Vienna

For those who want a bit of peace and quiet, Schwarzenbergpark is the perfect spot. This hidden gem in the 17th district close to Wiener Wald features wide walking paths and is the perfect place to explore as your pup gets in touch with his inner wild beast: chasing prey which turns out just to be grass and rolling onto his back for a tummy rub in the sun… Wild, we say! .

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Donaupark – The best spots to walk your dog in Vienna

A fantastic spot for dog walking, with plenty of space to explore. The park features beautiful gardens, large green areas and a variety of walking paths that your dog will love. The stunning scenery and peaceful atmosphere of Donaupark make it a must-visit spot for dog owners in Vienna.

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Türkenschanzpark – The best spots to walk your dog in Vienna

Türkenschanzpark is a dream come true for dog owners. With two different dog zones, you can let your pup off their leash and watch them run free without any worries. Plus, the walking paths, lush greenery and the historic lookout make this park a must-visit for everybody.

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Donauinsel – The best spots to walk your dog in Vienna

Donauinsel, our very favourite island, is a must-visit for water-loving pups. The long, narrow island in the Danube River features beaches and walking trails, making it the perfect place to cool off on a hot summer day. Plus, being close to water with your puppy love has the best calming effect on your soul. Aw!

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Löwygrube – The best spots to walk your dog in Vienna

The dog zone at Löwygrube in the recreational area Laaer Wald is a true dog’s paradise. With a variety of terrain, including hills, valleys and even a small pond, your furry friend will have a blast discovering new sights and smells. And with plenty of other dogs to play with, you’ll be able to sit back and relax while your pooch makes new friends.

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Prater – The best spots to walk your dog in Vienna

What’s better than a walk in the park? A walk in the park with your furry best friend, of course! If you want to spice things up a bit and ride a rollercoaster before taking your dog on a walk along the tree-lined paths, Prater is a great location. We love to get lost in the endless green alleys of Prater with our fierce furry protector at our side.

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Steinhofgründe – The best spots to walk your dog in Vienna

For those who love nature at its best, Steinhofgründe is the place to be. This park is located in the beautiful Wiener Wald and features a historic church, a small pond, and plenty of walking trails. Your dog will for sure forgive you for never feeding her table food when you bring her here.

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Augarten – The best spots to walk your dog in Vienna

What could be better than strolling through a park surrounded by beautiful flowers and an opulent palace? Doing it with your four-legged companion and watching how happy your pup will be!! Augarten is the perfect place to take your dog for a walk and enjoy the beauty of Vienna.

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