Join Carolyn Scott-Hamilton, aka The Healthy Voyager (@healthyvoyager), on a foodie and fun filled trip to Berlin, Germany. Carolyn shares her experience and goes on a quest to find great food for special diet travelers like vegan, gluten free and all around healthier options. Her travels take her from her from the the Brandenburg Gates to AlexanderPlatz as well as to a variety of great restaurants all over the city! Enjoy the Berlin episode of The Healthy Voyager’s Taste of Europe series!
Upon returning from a recent trip to Berlin we looked forward to writing a blog post about this thought-provoking city and our vegan culinary adventures. Alas, it was mid-March, and within a few days our world had changed drastically – […]
Located in the German Free State of Bavaria, Munich is the state’s capital and center for its arts and political climate. Its name is derived from Munchen, or Munichen in Old/Middle High German, which means “Home of the Monks”, because […]
Many people dream of long weeks, or even months, backpacking around Europe. Sadly, that is not a possibility for many people. As someone with a full time job and a travel addiction, balancing the two is a challenge; I squeeze […]
Some consider Berlin to be the vegan Mecca of Europe. And for good reason. This is the city that made me vegan. 3 years later, I’m happy to see it flourish. Vegan restaurants pop up everywhere. And so, I want […]
The worst backpackers nightmare came true for myself and Marissa, and we were only a month and a half in to our six-month journey. When we leave our hostel with our belongings locked in our bags, one of the worst […]
Originally Cody and I were supposed to be in Croatia from August 18th to the 23rd, but as soon as we heard that the largest vegan fest in Europe was happening in Berlin, we immediately re-arranged our itinerary to be […]
We met Maja at the Berlin Vegan meet up organized by VeganTravel. Maja is the creator of Vegan Tours Berlin. We didn’t have a lot of time to spend in Berlin, and we also wanted to learn a little bit […]
Deutsches Tierschutzbüro is an animal rescue organization based in Berlin, Germany that focuses on exposing the cruelties of factory farming through undercover documentation, campaigning for the end of factory farming, and promoting veganism. Cody and I were invited by Deutsches […]
Berlin is by far the city with the most vegan offerings and possibilities. Vegan restaurants, cafes, you can find even a vegan beer garden and vegan takeaway. Worldwide it’s already known as THE vegetarian and most nutritionally aware city in […]
Deciding where to go out to eat in Berlin can almost be daunting as there are so many options spread out over the entire city (which is quite big, I must say). Therefore, I decided to focus on just one […]
I had the pleasure of taking a VERY short trip to Poznań, Poland recently and was surprised by the number of fully-vegan and vegan-friendly eateries! The trip was somewhat last minute but the great thing about being in Berlin is […]
Hey, Vegan Travellers! Ross and I just spent a couple of wonderful days in Munich, Germany! Spending a few days in Munich was not on our original itinerary, though. We thought we would spend some time somewhere fun in Switzerland […]
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