This Week, Dog Lovers Can Take a London Bus Tour With Their Furry Friends
Londoners are crazy for canines. Last year, a local restaurant launched a three-course pop-up brunch for dogs. One luxury hotel now has a special “Doggy Afternoon Tea," and boasts a “pet concierge.” Keeping with the trend, Time Out London reports that England’s capital city will soon be home to the world’s first bus tour for pups, for four days only next week.
Pet insurers MORE TH>N DOGGYSSENTI>LS created the 90-minute tour, which runs three times a day from Monday, January 16 to Thursday, January 19. It takes dog owners and their furry friends to London’s best parks and urban dog walking spots, including Hyde Park, Kensington Palace Gardens, and Green Park. Four-legged passengers can hop off the bus for a quick stroll, if their human companions are so inclined.
When they're not exploring the city's dog parks, guests will visit canine-inspired cultural attractions, including Victoria Tower Garden (site of the Annual Parliament Dog Show), The Kennel Club of Great Britain (home to the Europe's largest collection of dog paintings), and Buckingham Palace (the Queen's corgis; need we say more?). When the tour's all finished, a convenient map will help dog owners locate canine-friendly restaurants and watering holes.
Most of the doggy bus tours are already sold out, but you can check to see if tickets are still available online, or contact organizers about additional dates.