Vegan City Guide: Rotterdam

Vegan City Guide: Rotterdam

Rotterdam is the second largest city in the Netherlands and home to Europe’s largest port. The city is also known for its impressive skyline and the Erasmus Bridge. Some interesting things to explore are the Markthal, the Kubus (Cube) houses and the Euromast Tower. Rotterdam has 4 fully vegan restaurants and 43 restaurants that are vegan friendly, so you won’t have to look far to find a nice plant based meal.

Vegan City Guide: Eindhoven

Vegan City Guide: Eindhoven

Eindhoven is the 5th largest city in the Netherlands (by population). The city is known for its light art and is also home to Holland’s second largest airport. Some interesting things to explore are the Strijp-S area, the St. Catharina church, the Philips museum, the Stadswandelpark and the Prehistoric Village. Eindhoven only has one fully vegan restaurant, but there are many other places that offer vegan options.

Vegan City Guide: Zakopane

Vegan City Guide: Zakopane

Zakopane is a mountain resort in the south of Poland, at the base of the Tatra Mountains. The town has no vegan restaurants, but it’s still possible to eat delicious vegan meals here. Perfect after a long hike in the mountains.

Vegan City Guide: Warsaw

Vegan City Guide: Warsaw

One could spend seven weeks in Warsaw, discovering a different vegan restaurant every day. Poland’s capital city is one of the best cities in Europe to explore for vegans. It also has the best vegan restaurant I’ve been to so far!

Vegan City Guide: Krakow

Vegan City Guide: Krakow

Krakow is the second largest city of Poland (and also one of the oldest). This city has been the biggest surprise for me so far in terms of vegan options. You will find some great vegan restaurants both in the city center and the Jewish quarter.

Vegan City Guide: Sydney

Vegan City Guide: Sydney

Australia is one of the best destinations for vegans to explore and the same goes for its capital city Sydney. There is a large selection of vegan restaurants to choose from and also a wide variety of different types of foods (from pizza to Thai food to “fish” and chips).

Traveling As A Vegan With Singapore Airlines

Traveling As A Vegan With Singapore Airlines

A few weeks ago I flew from Amsterdam to Brisbane with Singapore Airlines for €624 one way. I could have bought a cheaper ticket with Malaysian Airlines, but Singapore got better reviews and I found out that they offered vegan meals on board. I bought the ticket and...
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