Vegan & Vegetarian Food in Costa Rica

Vegetarian food in Costa Rica

Though it’s not that common for locals to be vegetarian in Costa Rica, there’s plenty of options available to visitors who choose to follow a meat-free diet. From the country’s national dish to vegetarian versions of others, finding vegetarian food in Costa Rica is actually easier than you think! In this post, I’ll share my[…]

Eco Mallorca: How to have a sustainable (and enjoyable!) trip to the Balearic Islands

Would Be Traveller Eco Mallorca

There’s a lot of positives to Mallorca – hours of sunshine, spectacular scenery and beautiful stretches of coastline, but sustainability? It’s not something you would normally associate with the Balearics. Until now.  The largest of the Balearic islands, Mallorca is an outdoor and responsible traveller’s dream. It offers responsible outdoor activities, vegetarian-friendly restaurants, sustainable accommodation[…]

Vegetarian Food in Prague: The Ultimate Guide

Would Be Traveller Vegetarian food in Prague

Let’s face it… the Czech Republic isn’t a country known for its love of vegetarian food. With most of its national dishes revolving around meat, it can be tough to find meals and snacks that are suitable for vegetarians and vegans. But, Prague is different. The Czech capital is home to some fantastic vegetarian restaurants[…]

A Vegan’s Delight at the St. George & Dragon, Wargrave

Would Be Traveller St George Dragon Wargrave

Every so often you come across the quintessential English pub. It’s got stylish, cosy interiors and roaring fires ready to thaw your fingertips in winter. It’s also got an enticing terrace overlooking a river to help you welcome an English summer. The St. George & Dragon in Wargrave, Berkshire, has got all of that, and[…]

The Red Lion at Stoke Poges: Gastro Pub Review

Would Be Traveller Red Lion Stoke Poges

Following an extensive refurbishment, the Red Lion pub in Stoke Poges re-opened to the public last weekend. Long gone is the plain decor of a typical British pub, and in its place is a welcoming gastro pub with delicious food and drink that is bound to leave you wanting more. In this post, I give[…]

Finding the best vegetarian food in Hamburg (with a meat-eating companion!)

Would Be Traveller Vegetarian food in Hamburg Nord Coast Roastery Breakfast

I was worried about finding good vegetarian food in Hamburg. In a land of currywurst and schnitzel, I had resigned myself to the fact that 48 hours in Hamburg would mean 48 hours of sauerkraut. Yet, how wrong I was. “And for you, madam?” the waitress asked, expectantly. We had just sat down for our first[…]

How To Travel As a Vegetarian in China

Would Be Traveller-How to be a vegetarian in China

Travelling as a vegetarian in China is hard. I can say that from experience. Meat forms a huge part of the Chinese diet and, according to reports, China consumes more meat than any other country. What’s a herbivore to do?! Well, by following my tips on what to look out for, where to eat and how[…]

Where to eat in Vienna as a vegetarian

Where to eat in Vienna as a vegetarian: Purstner

Vienna is a meat lover’s paradise. After all, the city is known for the bratwurst (a giant sausage) and the Wiener schnitzel (a fried piece of hammered out veal). Now to me, they just don’t seem all that appetising. I honestly thought I would struggle uncovering where to eat in Vienna as a vegetarian, but[…]

This site uses cookies to improve your browse experience. By browsing this website, you agree to our use of cookies.