"A Shih Tzu that loves nothing more than going on great adventures around the U.K. and Europe with his family. He has a gentle nature and loves making new friends. Kobee now has a new baby brother Yuki to share these great adventures with too." - Louise, Staffordshire
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Kobee’s favourite place to visit is the beautiful city of Nuremberg, Germany.
Located 505 miles from the port of Calais, this long journey is usually broken up by a one-night stop over in Luxembourg with Eurocamp (www.eurocamp.co.uk).
Here's why he loves Nuremburg:
"Nuremberg is the second largest city in Bavaria and famous for the medieval architecture of its old town, the Nuremberg Trials (1945/46), Nürnberger Bratwurst (grilled sausage), Nürnberger Lebkuchen (a kind of ginger bread eaten mainly around Christmas time but available all year in the city) and Christkindlesmarkt one of Germany’s largest Christmas markets.
Nuremberg is a very dog-friendly city with lots of dog friendly hotels and plenty of outdoor seating areas. Dogs are also allowed inside many of the city’s cafes, restaurants and department stores (if you are unsure just ask, staff are happy to help).
Dogs are also allowed to travel for free on the trams railways and the city’s U-bahn (underground rail system). This means that Kobee’s favorite shop Hundemaxx is just a short U-bahn journey away from the city center.
Hundemaxx (www.hundemaxx.de) is a dog lover’s paradise and of course your beloved pooch is allowed to visit too. Set over two floors this doggie megastore offers a vast array of outfits, coats, beds, collars, bowls, toys, food, and much more, there are even a few things for us humans too! This has become a must-do on our frequent visits to Nuremberg and Kobee loves to explore all they have to offer." - Louise