Stats: The Most Pet-Friendly Travel Destinations in Europe

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Looking to travel with a pet in tow? Taxi2airport.com has rounded up a list of the best destinations in Europe for traveling with pets to keep in mind, based on the number of accommodations that allow pets, as well as the number of pet-friendly five-star accommodations. 

According to the report, Italy is the country with the most pet-friendly hotels in Europe, at 18,176 pet-friendly hotels. The top five pet-friendly European destinations are Italy followed by Russia (10,831), Poland (8,521), Croatia (7,794) and Spain (6,945). Zooming in on five-star properties specifically, France led the way with 217 hotels. France was followed in number of pet-friendly five-star hotels by the UK (166 hotels), Italy (157 hotels), Croatia (120 hotels) and Finland (112 hotels). 

Taxi2airport.com noted that it did not choose any particular travel dates for its analysis, and so it was able to capture results from all of the accommodations in a given destination. Five-star hotel rankings were based on the top-rated hotels within each destination, further broken down by whether or not they allowed pets. 

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