Vegan Restaurants in Brussels: The Best Options With a population of just over 1 million, and as the cultural capital of Belgium, Brussels is…
Vegan foodie tip for Leipzig Döner done differently Sometimes, you just have a hankering for fast food, even when travelling. However, it’s not always…
Pizza, pasta and probably the best ice cream in the world – these are the dishes that come to everyone’s mind when they think of food typical of Rome.
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.
Beef brisket, spare ribs and pulled pork Juicy spare ribs, brown sizzling beef brisket, and wonderfully succulent pulled pork: in barbecue restaurants, there is…
Most visitors to Amsterdam know very little about Dutch food before they arrive. Depending on where they’re from, they may have tried some rubbery imitation Gouda or Edam cheese, or they might be under the illusion that everyone eats hash brownies for breakfast. Luckily, neither of these are the reality. And while Dutch food is still pretty undiscovered internationally, this only makes it more of an adventure for the first time visitor to try it… So if you’re coming to Amsterdam, here are 5 foods you simply can’t leave without trying.
Hamburg is famous for its fish market. Every Sunday it attracts thousands of visitors. Here you can find fish in every variation. And there’s also plenty of stuff to see and buy around the fish stalls. Unfortunately though, not every day is Sunday, but given that one fish roll – at the very least – is a must for a large number of tourists in Hamburg.
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.
From once shady backstreets to a contemporary hotspot with cool restaurants and bars, Frankfurt’s Bahnhofsviertel has reinvented itself. No other neighbourhood is so diverse, exciting and contradictory.
Our Nordic neighbors are more popular than ever, and especially Copenhagen, with its quaint canals, colorful facades, and excellent culinary landscape is a great destination for a weekend getaway. The perfect weekend in Copenhagen could look like this: