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You don’t need to say goodbye to your pet to enjoy a holiday in the Ahrntal Valley. We have summarised everything you need to bear in mind for a break with your dog here.

  • Entry
    To enter Italy/South Tyrol with your dog, you need to follow the EU entry requirements. The requirements are an EU pet passport and microchip identification, as well as a valid immunisation against rabies (at least 21 days old). It is not permitted to enter the country with young animals under 12 weeks of age. Puppies may only enter the country from the age of 15 weeks and with a valid rabies immunisation.

  • Lead and muzzle
    Always keep your four-legged friend on a lead and carry a muzzle with you. Dogs are required to be kept on a lead and to wear a muzzle in all public transport and lifts in the region. 


  • Lifts and public transport
    Provided that dogs are on a lead and wearing a muzzle, they may travel on all public transport and lifts. Dogs weighing 5 kilograms or more must have a ticket. There are also charges for them to travel in the lifts. 

  • Dog excrement
    You will find dog toilets alongside frequently used trails. You can obtain pooh bags there free of charge so that you can carefully dispose of your dog’s waste in the bins provided. Please only dispose of the waste there and do not use the dog toilet as a residual waste container. Out of respect for our environment and your fellow human beings.

  • On South Tyrol’s alpine pastures
    Grazing animals often feel threatened by dogs. Keep your four-legged friend on a lead and keep your distance. If grazing animals attack, let your dog off the lead so that it can run away and protect itself from the attack.

  • In restaurants / your accommodation
    There are various rules concerning visiting with your dog in the Ahrntal Valley’s accommodation establishments, restaurants and chalets. We recommend that you find out more from the relevant location in advance.

  • At children’s playgrounds
    For the children’s safety, we ask that you avoid children’s playgrounds when walking or playing with your dog.

Dogs are welcome guests in the following accommodation establishments

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