How to bring a pet on your trip
- Keep the animal on a leash, in a cage or bag.
- Your travels travel along with you without any surcharge.
- Fur animals shall travel at the rear of the vehicle to make it easier for people who are allergic.
- When travelling by train, fur animals must travel in the animal carriage which is either at the front or at the rear of the train. The animal carriage is marked with dog symbols alongside the carriage's exterior and on the doors.
- When traveling by boat, pets must be on the port side (ie the right side) in the direction of travel of the boat.
- On buses you and your pet board through the front door so you can show your ticket before moving to the back part of the vehicle. Some exceptions apply, see which buses you can board through the back doors.
- Leave the animal on the floor to avoid fur sticking to the seats.
- To make everyone feel safe on board, do not bring poisonous or dangerous animals with you.
Guide dog and assistance dog
A guide dog or assistance dog may always accompany on board even if there are already other animals on board. You can sit in any place you like.