Pack your bags—and your best furry friend—for these Fido and Fifi—friendly destinations
For many, pets are as much a part of the family as any of the two-legged members, and with more and more cities getting hip to animal-friendly travel, bringing yours along on your adventure is not only possible, it’s de rigueur. We’ve rounded up 10 cities that have quite literally gone to the dogs—in a good way.
San Francisco, California
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Whenever people ask about my experience of HomeExchange.com I’m always taken back to my very first exchange…
It was my family’s first exchange, and I was meeting up with them from the concrete jungle. But I wasn’t traveling alone. Oh no! My furry sidekick, Matilda, never passes up on an adventure so she came along too. Read More
How to say hello:
Hallo or Guten tag
How to say goodbye:
Auf wiedersehen or Tschüss (informal)
How to say thank you:
Danke Read More
Many of us have pets, and it can be a conundrum what to do when we go on vacation. Do you board them at a kennel/animal hostel, hire a sitter or have them stay with a friend?
Home Exchange is a great option for many pet owners. Whether you have cats, dogs or chickens, many members are searching for exchanges with furry, feathered or fishy companions. Check out a few member stories that show how pets made the vacation more enjoyable and memorable for everyone involved.
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It’s one thing to enjoy the amenities of private lodging in a beautiful country of your choice. The icing on the cake comes in the form of the culture and activities available. Whether you want to schuss down some of the world’s top mountains, or prefer an afternoon in the Louvre, this ‘best of the best’ list is sure to spark your wanderlust.
Ten categories, ten prime picks each.
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What makes a city a great museum city? Variety and location.
Are you looking for the comprehensive and massive collections of The British Museum, The Louvre, The Metropolitan Museum of Art and the like, or do you prefer to immerse yourself in the unique history and culture of a small museum?
Is it Greek, Roman, or Egyptian history and culture you seek? Is it the European Renaissance that speaks to your imagination, or does modern art and contemporary design call your name?
Maybe you want it all under one roof. Maybe you want to experience the past, the present — and even the future — of a city you are visiting by spending time in smaller, specialized museums.
Here is our list of 10 great museum cities, no matter what your preference: