There’s no denying that Berlin is one of the most vegan-friendly cities in the world. But when your time in the German capital is limited, such an amazing choice of eateries can be overwhelming.
Singapore is like nowhere else that I’ve visited. As one of the traditional meeting points between East and West, the former British colony is a melting pot of cultures. Here Chinese, Malay, Indian and Western customs collide to create a vibe that is completely unique, while still managing to be reminiscent of a different time and a place.
In smaller towns and villages across Spain, it can sometimes be a challenge to find
When you think of vegan-friendly cities, Tallinn isn’t exactly the first place that springs to mind. However, it seems that while the city’s architecture is medieval, its approach to vegan eating is positively progressive.
As far as European capitals go, I found Berlin to be one of the most affordable places I’ve been to. However, if you’re keen to keep your expenses to a minimum, here’s how to do Berlin on a budget.