Italy Vegan Travel Guide
Italy Vegan Travel Blogs
Buongiorno a Tutti – Welcome to our 7 day Sardinia Travel Guide (in a van)! We have just spent a week on the lovely Italian island of Sardinia and wish to share the experience with you! The whole trip was […]
vegan food in an Italian supermarket If you are visiting my country and you are worried about the food I just can tell you that finding vegan food in Italy is super easy and can also be surprisingly cheap, […]
Burano If you have the opportunity to spend a few days in Venice, don’t miss the chance to enjoy a day trip to the islands: it’s really easy to go to Murano, Burano, Torcello and Lido (also known as Venice’s […]
vegan pizza in Italy If you’re visiting Italy you already know that it’s the temple of the best and oldest cuisine in the world. You will find a lot of vegetarian and vegan options in almost every restaurant and the […]
I did it. I survived a European vacation in Italy with six of my family members—none of whom are vegan! As someone who prefers solo travel, I’m definitely feeling the adjustment lately with recent group trips. Even with people I […]
On arrival, the uniqueness of Venice hits you. It is a special place and you’ll be wowed by its magic. Dizzy yourself by winding through the alleyways, meandering along canals and posing on quaint bridges. Yes, it is all so romantic. This is Venice. The […]
Ever since mayor Chiara Appendino pledged to make her city more vegan friendly, the city of Turin was at the top of my travel bucket list. Turin is a northern Italian city of the Piedmont region, which is often famed […]
Train stations, airports, highways. Those in between places. The hours you spend waiting in travel purgatory. You really need something to look forward to. And that something is food. Waiting increases appetite (I’m sure that is a scientific fact). Early morning […]
I went for a weekend in the countryside of Tuscany, around Cetona and Amiata mountains, where wolves roam free again. Well, we had no signs of wolves even though we saw plenty of roe deers. Instead of enjoying wildlife though, […]
Milan seems to be the black sheep of Italy. Yeah, no one seems to have anything positive to say about it. Nothing negative either, simply that it’s nowhere near as exciting as Rome and Florence (which totally blew us away […]
Hi all! Welcome to Part 2/3 of our European Vegan Travel Blogs! This post is going to be very long so I apologise in advance. Italy was the country we spent most of our time in so we have much […]
I have been to Italy a couple of times before, but my boyfriend has never been and hence this had to be rectified- you have to taste pizza and pasta in Italy at least once in your life! For his […]
Shae and I knew we had to make a stop in the ancient city of Pompeii while visiting Italy. In 79 AD Mount Vesuvius erupted, covering the city in ash and preserving the ruins. What is left brings you back to […]
I’d say when most people think about humans’ relationship with horses it seems quite good, and I do believe most horse owners have a positive and loving relationship with their horses. You would think of horses the way you think […]
So far on our six-month around the world trip, Shae and I have found it pretty easy to find vegan food. Reykjavik, London, Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Stockholm, Berlin: all very vegan friendly! We knew we would run into some challenges along […]
Cinque Terre translates in English to “five lands.” Cinque Terre is a city made up of five smaller towns along the rocky coast of the Italian Riviera. In each of the towns you will find colorful buildings and homes, heaps of stairs […]
I heard you only need a day or two to see Venice. You’ll get tired of all the tourists and it’s so small that you can finish all the sight-seeing in one day. We took that advice and had two […]
Hello Vegan Travellers! I’m in Rome! Hopefully I managed to ramp up your excitement for this post by uploading enigmatic pictures of some ruins over the past few days… You probably sussed it after the first picture but ah well […]
Our 6 nights in Italy felt more like a dream; albeit a very pleasant dream filled with an abundance of pizza, gelato and espresso, we would have preferred a much longer stay in a country known for their fresh and […]
Our ride arrived at 12:30pm and pulled up to the airport on time for check in for our flight to Rome via New Jersey. Cody walked up to the self check in machine, pulled out our passports, and started checking […]
Hey, Vegan Travellers! I know it’s been a while since you’ve read these beautiful words, but guess what? It is once again time for a famous Ellie Round-Up! “But Ellie!” you say, interrupting my blog quite rudely, “You’ve been in […]
Hey, Vegan Travellers! I am writing to you today from what I think might be a dream. I am in Italy. I have always wanted to be in Italy. I am almost not in Italy anymore. I will soon be […]
It seemed for a while that we never should have left Prague. In order to fit our entire trip into a single travel day (as our travel days are finite on our rail passes) we were leaving Prague at 12:01 [...]
This is my first blog ever!!! This summer I was lucky enough to go traveling around central and northern Europe with a part sponsorship by VeganTravel. We began in Italy :). We had already been in Italy a little while […]
Italy Vegan Travel Videos
Vegan Travel in Turin Italy! Nadia (@nadiafragnito) of The ...
Vegan Travel tips for Italy! Nadia (@nadiafragnito) of The ...
Italian Horse Protection Association in Italy Shae & Mar...
Visiting an Italian Olive Grove After trying so many delicio...
Vegan Naples, Italy and Pompeii! Marissa & Shae (@lifest...
Italian Horse Protection Association in Italy Marissa - @lif...
Snorkeling in Cinque Terre, Italy! Marissa (@lifestylewithme...
Outdoor Activities in Cinque Terre, Italy! Hiking, Swimming,...
Hiking Cinque Terre, Italy! Shae and Marissa (@heyshae and ...
Popular Activities in Italy
Authentic Italian cooking class using traditional family recipes with fresh, high quality ingredients. The class can be taken in Italian or English and is very hands-on. In the half day class you make (and eat) a three course meal, with […]
Located in the archaeological heart of the city of Rome, the Flavian Amphitheatre, or, more commonly, the Colosseum, stands for monumentality and receives daily a large number of visitors attracted by the enchantment of its history and its complex architecture. […]
Dedicated to the worship of every god (Pan-every Theon-divinity), the Pantheon was built by the Emperor Hadrian between 118 and 125 A.D. over the ruins of another temple dating back to 27 A.D. Statesman and General Marcus Agrippa was responsible […]
The Vatican Museums originated as a group of sculptures collected by Pope Julius II (1503-1513) and placed in what today is the Cortile Ottagono within the museum complex. The popes were among the first sovereigns who opened the art collections […]
The Sistine Chapel takes its name from Pope Sixtus IV della Rovere (pontiff from 1471 to 1484) who had the old Cappella Magna restored between 1477 and 1480. The 15th century decoration of the walls includes: the false drapes, the […]
Saint Peter’s Basilica is a lavish and actively used church in Vatican City. Mass is held daily, and visitors are able to tour the the building for free with appropriate attire (elbows and knees covered for all attendees). Relief sculptures, […]
The Church of San Pietro is a beautiful stone-built church in Portovenere, Italy. It was built in the the Paleo-Christian epoch, and reworked in the Gothic style. Renovations to the church have been completed as recently at the 1930s. The […]
The Pompeii Ruins are the historic remains of the town of Pompeii, Italy that was simultaneously destroyed and preserved by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD. Visitors can take self-guided tours throughout the ruins on certain paths, or […]
Alta Aqua Libreria in Venice is infamous for it’s beauty and originality. Using anything from boats to gondolas, canoes and tanks for book shelves! Stopping by this little nook is a must if you’re in the area!
Take a tour around the Eternal City’s most impressive sights alongside off the beaten path itineraries. Half-day, tailor-made tours will focus on the main historical, artistic, philosophical and even religious aspects of the visited sites. All the tours will be enriched […]
The videos and blogs on this page were contributed by members of our vegan community who recently traveled in Europe and graciously shared their travel experiences. Follow your fellow vegan travelers as they explore Italy compassionately, meet local vegans and other vegan travelers, and share the amazing vegan food they find during their travels! They share the sites they visited, the places they stayed at, vegan shops they found, and the sites and activities they enjoyed during their time in Italy. Some also visit animal sanctuaries in the countries they travel to and kindly share the stories of the animals they meet. Join our vegan community and share your travel adventures with our global vegan community and collectively we can show the world how easy it is to be vegan and travel compassionately.