Are you coming to Frankfurt (Oder) with your dog? Our Hotel Zur alten Oder is a pet-friendly hotel for one Holiday with your dog in Frankfurt an der Oder. Pets are allowed in our hotel, so you don't have to leave your dog at home. Since the city and the surrounding area allow for a wide variety of leisure activities, many guests come to us with the whole family.
Area ideal for holidays with dogs
The Brandenburg region is ideal for a holiday with a dog. Brandenburg is the German federal state with the most water. Over 3,000 lakes were created naturally, plus a few artificial lakes. There are numerous beautiful hiking trails along the Oder, which are also ideal for long walks with dogs. Our Hotel Zur alten Oder in Frankfurt (Oder) is a perfect starting point for this. The area invites you to take relaxing excursions into nature and is a great holiday destination at any time of the year.
Not far from Frankfurt (Oder) is the Oderinsel Ziegenwerder, which has become a local recreation area for the city's residents. The island is ideal for long walks surrounded by beautiful nature. In the west of the island, a pretty promenade with large flower borders has been laid out. You can also stroll along the Oder along the Oder Promenade. There are many shrubs, trees, works of art and playgrounds for children. A walk along the Oder is possible on the Oder Promenade from the Kleisthaus in the south of the city to the Winterhafen in the north.
Experience Frankfurt (Oder) with a dog
You can also discover Frankfurt (Oder) with a dog. There are several beautiful, green parks scattered throughout the city. The Kleistpark is almost seven hectares in size. There are some very old trees here and there are always playgrounds and memorial stones along the way. When the Kleistpark was reduced in size in the 1970s, the nearly five-hectare botanical garden was created to compensate.
The Lennépark is another two hectares larger and is perhaps the most beautiful park in the city. It was laid out in the English style from 1834 to 1845 according to plans by the well-known city planner Peter Joseph Lenné, making it the second-oldest public park in Germany. In the Lennépark there are, among other things, old trees, an artificial waterfall, ponds and playgrounds. Not far from the Lennépark is the Lienaupark.
Another large park is the Anger in the Guben suburb, which was also laid out around 1923. There are also a few other smaller parks and green spaces. Frankfurt (Oder) shows itself as a city that is wonderfully suited for a visit with the whole family and also with a dog.