London is such a huge city with so many diverse neighbourhoods that if your time is limited in this great city and you’re not so interested in hitting the main tourist sights, one way to get a really good feel for London is to pick an area and spend an afternoon just exploring around there.
When many people think about Rome, they think about delicious food! Check out our article on some of the best vegan restaurants in the city.
The Netherlands is of course an extremely welcoming country to gay travellers. As the first country in the world to introduce marriage equality, gay people living in and visiting the Netherlands are so well accepted and integrated that at first there might not seem to be much of a gay scene.
Denmark doesn’t necessarily have a reputation as an extremely vegan-friendly country, but the capital, as hip and modern as it is, of course caters to its vegan residents and visitors…and does a good job of it too! While there are plenty more vegan eats to be found in Copenhagen, here are some of the very best places to go for vegan food when you visit.
Munich might at first seem like a very prim and proper city, with everything in its right place, and not so much as a blade of grass in one of its many public parks out of place. Delve a little deeper, though, and it becomes clear that it definitely has an alternative and quirky side too. Here are five unusual things to see or do when visiting Munich.
Away from the main tourist hubbub of central Amsterdam, the Westergasfabriek, a former gas works, is one of the Dutch capital’s most interesting recent urban redevelopments.
The Best Berlin Food Markets One of the biggest highlights of any visit to Berlin is without a doubt the food. With cuisine…
Did you know that the London Underground is the oldest metro system in the world? It first opened in 1863 with steam trains operating the route between Paddington and Farringdon, carrying 38,000 passengers on its opening day. Nowadays, it is one of the busiest systems in the world, carrying over a billion people around the city each year.
While Berlin is certainly known as a vegan foodie destination and a place where you can easily find everything in vegan form from döner to dim sum, it is not especially easy to come across good vegan Indian food. There are many, many Indian restaurants of varying quality in Berlin, but these are the five best places for vegan Indian food.
The street art scene in Kreuzberg is often overlooked by first time visitors to the city in favour of the East Side Gallery just…