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Bring your four-legged friend with you on a fur-cation to Norway! It's a very dog-friendly country. Since many of Norway's bucket list experiences are found outdoors, it's very easy to take your dog with you on your adventures.

There is no reason to leave the family's best friend behind when the rest of you go on holiday. Travelling is so much more fun when accompanied by a dog!

Here is everything you need to know about travelling to Norway with your pet.

Everything you need to know

Plan your trip with your furry friend!

HOTELS: Most hotels in Norway are dog friendly or have designated dog friendly rooms, but always ask in advance. There is usually an additional fee for dogs.

DOG PARKS: You have to keep your dog on a lead, but some parks have separate areas for dogs where they can run free and play with other dogs.

PUBLIC TRANSPORT: Dogs mostly ride for free, but need to be on a lead and not sit directly on seats.

RESTAURANTS AND CAFÉS: Dogs are welcome at outdoor areas in many restaurants and cafés, but some few also allow dogs to sit by your table inside. Some even have their own dog menu! Pets are allowed in places with food and drink service as long as they are not a danger to the food or other guests. If another guest, or an employee, is allergic or experiences discomfort around dogs, then the staff have the right to ask you and your dog to leave. This applies both outdoors and indoors.

These rules apply to all restaurants in Norway, pursuant to The Norwegian Food Safety Authority.

Ready for a bark-tastic time?

Grab a cup of coffee, enjoy a restaurant meal or meet up with friends without leaving your dog alone at home.

Find inspiration below on how to create a dream vacation for you and your pet!

Paws in Oslo

Find dog friendly parks, cafés, restaurants, hotels, and activities in Norway recommended by local dog owners:

HOTELS

Most hotels in Oslo have pet friendly rooms, but do check in advance to be sure.

The Thief must be the ultimate choice!
This is true luxury for your dog. Put the VID (Very Important Dog) sign on the door and remain undisturbed. You also get some food, goodies, toys, a dog menu, a dog bed, and more.

DOG PARKS

Oslo has a lot of parks with designated areas for dogs. Dogs are allowed to run free in these areas even when a lead is mandatory (April 1 - August 20).

RESTAURANTS AND CAFÉS

  • BD57 BrewDog – in the Grünerløkka neighbourhood. Has a dog menu where your pet can order a Dog Burger, Dog Ice Cream, and even a Dog Beer!
  • Starbucks has a "puppuchino" for your puppy
  • Espresso House, multiple locations
  • Mathallen – at Vulkan
  • Oslo Streetfood – in Torggata
  • Peloton – in Torggata
  • Bar 200 – in Grünerløkka
  • Kuro – in Grünerløkka
  • Victors Vinbar – in the Frogner neighbourhood
  • Gråbein – in the Grünerløkka/Tøyen area
  • Bernies – in the Grønland neighbourhood
  • Papegøye – in Grønland

Find more recommendations for dogs in Oslo (in Norwegian only).

Trondheim

RESTAURANTS AND CAFÉS

DOG PARKS

  • Dog park at Kanonhaugen in Lade
  • Dog park at Saupstad

Bergen

RESTAURANTS AND CAFÉS

  • Løvetann Café & Bistro, Nordnes
  • Fjåk Chocolate Shop & Café, Skostredet
  • Dr Wiesener, Sandviken

DOG PARKS

  • By Løvstien
  • Tveitevannet, Årstad
  • Liavatnet, Åsane
  • Tennebekk, Laksevåg

Tromsø

RESTAURANTS AND CAFÉS

  • Kaffebønna Havneterminalen – Samuel Arnesens gate
  • Tøllefsenhjørnet – Storgata
  • Pust Kafé – Skippergata

Stavanger

RESTAURANTS

  • Kokko kaffebar

(Only outdoors)

  • Bøker og Børst in Fargegata
  • Matmagasinet
  • Ostehuset Øst
  • Olivia
  • Bølgen & Moi
  • Spiseriet restaurant at Stavanger konserthus
  • Mexico restaurant

DOG PARKS

  • Hundeskogen by Bråstein lake – Sandnes
  • Godalen hundepark
  • Eiganes hundepark
  • Sørmarka hundeluftingsområde

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