This weekend we went with Jaeger in the Versailles Palace Park. This wonderful haven of nature is totally free and dogs are totally allowed on a leash. Of course, you won’t be able to go in the gardens part or in the palaces itself with your pup. You can access directly to the park through the Grille de la Reine or Grille des matelots depending on which train station you arrived at.
Top 5: Best walks to play with other dogs / Les meilleures promenades pour rencontrer d’autres chiens
You want to have a nice walk with your dog, and also let him play with furry friends? Here is our top 5 of the best walks to do so!
Vous avez envie d’une belle promenade avec votre chien, mais aussi de le laisser se dépenser avec d’autres chiens ? Voila notre top 5 des balades idéales pour y arriver!
Top 5: Best walks to have a drink after / Les meilleures promenades pour enchainer avec un verre ou un resto
You want to have a nice walk with your dog, and then have a drink or grab a bite with friends? Here is our top 5 of the best walks to do so!
Vous avez envie d’une belle promenade avec votre chien, mais aussi d’aller boire un verre ou faire un resto avec des amis ? Voila notre top 5 des balades idéales pour y arriver!
Top 5: Best walks to visit Paris with your dog / Les meilleures promenades pour visiter Paris avec votre chien
You want to explore and discover the most beautiful parts of Paris with your dog? Here is our top 5 of the best walks to do so!
Vous avez envie d’explorer et de découvrir les plus beaux endroits de Paris avec votre chien ? Voila notre top 5 des balades idéales pour y arriver!
Top 5: Best walks to find nature with your dog / Les meilleures promenades pour retrouver la nature avec votre chien
You want to make a pause in the busy parisian life and reconnect with nature with your dog? Here is our top 5 of the best walks to do so in Paris and around!
Vous avez besoin d’une petite pause dans votre intense vie parisienne et de retrouver la nature nature avec votre chien ? Voila notre top 5 des balades idéales pour y arriver à Paris et aux alentours!
This weekend, we take you to the champs de Mars. As you may imagine it’s clearly not the most confidential garden in Paris, but dogs are allowed and it is a nice walk to look at the Eiffel tower in the eyes.
During this sunny weekend, we take you to the Montsouris Park. This big park (almost 16 hectares) is located in the south ectremity of Paris in the 14th district. We enjoyed here the big lawns et the wonderfull november colours in the many trees. The whole park is dog friendly as long as the dogs are on a leash.
This Park was build on demand of the Baron Haussmann just like the Bois de Boulogne, the Bois de Vincennes or the Buttes Chaumont park. Even if it’s not really in the center of Paris, the park itself is quite easilly accessible since there is many metro and RER stops next to it.
Last weekend, we went for a walk in the Monceau Park, at the border between the 8th and the 17th district of Paris. Both the park and the area are amazingly beautiful, it is definitely the chicest dogfriendly park of Paris! Dogs are allowed in the whole garden, theoretically on a leash, but we met there a lot of pups without one during this morning walk.
The park was created at the end of the XVIIIth century on behalf of Duc de Chartre, you’ll find their many statues, some wonderful colonnades or even an old arch from the former Paris city hall. The park has been modified a lot of time during his existence, but in his actual form it is a bit more than 8 hectares, that is quite enough to let your furry friends run freely!
Jaeger : 4/5
Us : 4,5/5
This weekend we went for a walk in the Trocadéro garden. We wanted to make some nice photos with the Eiffel tower of course, but we also wanted to let Jaeger wander and chase the leaf’s in the gardens around one of the most famous places of the word!
We were there early in order to catch the morning lights for the pics, so the gardens were still quite calm, we only met a few furry friends along the road. But of course, I wouldn’t recommend you go there a Saturday afternoon at 4 during the holidays! 😊
Jaeger : 2,5/5
Us : 3,5/5
When the sun is out, we advise you to go directly to the Buttes Chaumont parc. In the 19th district between Belleville and bassin de la Vilette, the buttes Chaumont parc is really a small piece of heaven with amazing perspectives.
This Hill was upgraded as a garden during the Paris landscaping projects ordered by Napoleon III. Today on the 25 hectare, we can find landscape with rock, cliff, cave and one lake. On the park island, you can see a beautiful temple.
You can walk everywhere with your dog in this park.