In smaller towns and villages across Spain, it can sometimes be a challenge to find vegan-friendly fare. However, Valencia’s vast range of options makes up for all the disappointment you may have suffered in the past. So, without any further ado, here are some of the best vegan eateries and treats to hit up in the city.
Eating in Singapore is like a religion. On the free walking tour we took there, our guide told us that many locals no longer cook for themselves. Instead, they take advantage of the cheap and varied fare up for grabs throughout the city. And if you go there, that’s what you should do too.
Given that it sits on a volcanic hotspot, Iceland is blessed with all the geothermal splendour you could wish for. Boiling hot water is in such abundance, that it even comes out of household taps, fresh from the depths of the earth.
Falling in love with Tallinn is pretty easy. Boasting one of the best preserved medieval city centres in Europe, its old town has bags of fairytale charm. However, since breaking free from the Soviet Union in 1991 the Estonian capital has garnered some cultural clout. And it’s this mix of old and new that makes the city so special.
With its rattling yellow trams and colourful, cobbled streets, it’s not hard to see why Lisbon has become one of Europe’s prime tourism destinations. Perhaps it’s the sea air, the laidback vibe or the beautiful scenery, but there’s something about the Portuguese capital that simply gets under your skin.
OK, I’ll admit. I may be using a little bit of artistic hyperbole in calling Vilnius –the capital of Lithuania – a secret. But compared to its fellow Baltic capitals, Riga and Tallinn, the city seems to be floating well under the radar.