Greece has always been seen as a paradise not only for its landscapes and beaches but also for its cuisine. Most of their typical dishes are vegan, such as the Horiatiki: the typical greek salad made with lettuce, onions, cucumber, olives, tomatoes. Usually, customers can ask to have it without feta cheese or to have it changed with some tofu.
In Greece especially, people who follow the orthodox faith follow a vegan diet during Lent so it is quite easy to find vegan food.
A tour through the most breathtaking landscapes of the south of France is not only an amazing journey but it can be also a sustainable and vegan trip. Menton or Avignon are just an example of the beauty hidden in this place. For a wider tour you could rent a car and tour the area but if you want to be even more sustainable and spend less, you could rent a bike and explore the local area around one of the amazing villages of France.
Eating is also quite easy as most of the local restaurants already have vegan options in their menus and if not, they adjust the meals quite easily to the customer’s preferences.
Local markets are a good way to eat healthily and spend a few euros for a good lunch: olives, vegetables, seeds, and bread are usually sold in these markets. The most famous one? Les Halles in Avignon.
3. Berlin, Germany
Berlin is one of the most historical cities in the north of Europe. It is very easy to get around both walking on renting out a bike when the weather is good. Despite being one of the most visited capitals of Europe, it is not really expensive compared to other major cities. In fact flights, public transport and hotels are quite cheap and affordable. Eating vegan is also very easy as just Berlin has more than 60 vegan restaurants, such as Yoyo Foodworld that serves amazing vegan junk food.
By: Greta Garatti Twitter: https://twitter.com/gretagaratti