The Vegan Word Barcelona Vegan Guide

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Vegan Word, Oct 25, 2017 - Travel - 174 pages

Feast on vegetable paella at a sangria bar next to the beach, the best vegan chocolate croissants this side of Paris and vibrant fresh juices prepared to order. Intricately carved Gothic facades juxtapose against sandy beaches, Mediterranean waters and perpetually azure skies in the bustling city of Barcelona. After over a year of living in Barcelona and founding its largest vegan meetup, Caitlin Galer-Unti of The Vegan Word guides you through the city in this book. Inside this guide you'll find:

- Barcelona's top 10 vegetarian & vegan restaurants, and the best choices for gluten-free and raw eaters

- Where to find vegan paella, tapas, sweet treats, drinks and more

- The best eco- and vegan-friendly places to stay

- Tips for staying healthy during your trip, including yoga classes, bike rentals and healthy eateries

- Top attractions and where to find vegan food nearby

Whether you're vegan, vegetarian or a healthy eater, this guidebook will show you how to make the most of your time (and stomach space) in Barcelona. Plus, download the exclusive discounts and coupons to save money on your trip (details inside). Ready to go? Vamos! Anem!

What else will you find inside the book?

- A packing list, and tips on finding vegan-friendly toiletries

- Essential information on Barcelona, including how to get in and how to use public transport, money, safety, customs and language, a holiday calendar for the year, how to eat with the seasons and more

- Traditional tapas that are usually vegan; dishes that you can easily make vegan no matter where you're eating (even if you end up in a non-vegan establishment)

- Where to find vegan breakfast/brunch, planning and packing a picnic and what to eat in a pinch

- 16 top attractions and sights, why they are popular and information on the sights, entry fees and history, plus vegetarian and vegan restaurants nearby

- A full listing of all the vegan and vegetarian restaurants in Barcelona

- Tips on saving money and inexpensive ways to dine

- Shopping: a selection of eco-friendly clothing and accessories shops, vintage stores, vegan bag and shoe shops, vegan makeup stores and cruelty-free beauty salons

- Entertainment: the best of music concerts and festivals, the arts, theatre, flamenco and cinema (including tips on finding films in English)

- Day trips out of the city, including Tarragona, Sitges, Montserrat and Girona, plus plant-based dining options

- Finding vegan food anywhere: where to buy food, a list of special vegan products and where to find them (e.g. nutritional yeast, vegan cheese and more) plus how to order vegan food in any cuisine

- Translated phrases to ask for food

- Plus, information on how to purchase additional resources for your trip to Barcelona, such as a vegan map of the city, vegan recipes and tips on travelling with non-vegan companions

About the author (2017)

Caitlin Galer-Unti is a vegan travel writer who has been featured in the New York Times and Yahoo! Caitlin speaks English, Spanish and Mandarin Chinese, and has lived in the US, the UK and Spain. She has traveled to 30 countries (and counting) and writes about the vegan food she finds around the world at Caitlin's mission is to show vegans around the world that stress-free, meat-free travel is possible.

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