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The capital and largest city of Bulgaria is Sofia and its 1.5 million citizens. It is one of eastern Europe’s most dynamic capital cities and is characterized by its unique blend of Communist and European-style architecture dotted with some extremely beautiful orthodox churches. Bulgaria’s capital is also the home to some wonderful cuisine and dining opportunities including some of the best Vegan and vegetarian dining in Sofia, Bulgaria.

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With its charming lush green parks, inspirational museums, and a nightlife that is absolutely pulsating, the city of Budapest is Hungary’s capital as well as one of Europe’s most delightful and enjoyable tourist destinations.However, what many international travelers are unaware of is the fact that Hungarian cuisine is comprised of a variety of entrées including Vegan and vegetarian.

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The city of Istanbul is the populous one in Turkey as well as being the country’s cultural and financial center. It is situated on both banks of the Bosphorus Strait between the Black and Marmara Seas. Geographically, Istanbul is the cultural and physical bridge between Asia and Europe. In 2010, the city was named as one of the three cultural capitals of Europe.

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There are a lot of reasons to consider a vacation to Athens, Greece. The culture, the ancient history, the nightlife, and especially the cuisine are all valid reasons to consider this as a tourist destination. Surprisingly enough, for those individuals that are following the Vegan and/or Vegetarian lifestyle, the city of Athens has a lot to offer. There is not only a nice assortment of these types of dining establishments but there are bakeries, catering, and health food venues that cater to this lifestyle. Here are our choices for the best of the best where veggie restaurants in Athens are concerned.

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The architecture, cuisine, culture, and history found in the city of Munich are what draw so many international travelers to this German city.  It is Bavaria’s capital and Germany’s largest federal state.  However, it is the cultural scene that is second to none where the country is concerned.  And let’s not forget about the world famous Oktoberfest celebration.  You might be surprised to know, where cuisine is concerned, that Munich also caters to those people looking for vegan and vegetarian menus.  The following are our choices.

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If there was ever a compilation listing of the top 10 restaurants in the Baltic region of Europe, no doubt the list would have to include many of the establishments that you would experience while visiting Riga, Latvia’s capital city as well as the largest city in the country. Riga is also the second largest city overall in the Eastern Baltic region. By far, it is the most cosmopolitan and vibrant city of the area so you will find a number of opportunities to experience international cuisine as well as the local foods.

Riga Latvia Fruits and Vegetables

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Scandinavia’s third largest city and the capital of Norway is Oslo. It is also Norway’s demographic, economic, and political hub as well as being the country’s most populous cities. Oslo offers locals and tourists dozens of dining establishments, some priced very reasonably while others have a pricey menu. One way or the other, you’re not going to be disappointed no matter what cuisine you choose to enjoy for a meal.

Oslo Norway Vegetables

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The capital of Belgium is the city of Brussels, completely surrounded by the Dutch speaking province of Flanders and oftentimes considered the capital of the European Union. The area sits at the crossroads of culture, namely the Germanic of the north and the Romance culture to the south. In so many words, Brussels is an archetypal “melting pot” of sorts, but it still retains its own unique character. Aside from the architecture, culture, and history of the city, there is much to be said about the Dutch cuisine.

Brussels Belgium Veggies

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Barcelona is Catalonia’s capital city and it is the 2nd largest city in Spain. Being located on the northeastern coastline of the Mediterranean Sea, the city has a rich history that stretches back over 2,000 years. For many international travelers, Barcelona is a particular favorite because of its climate and close proximity to the water. But there are so many other reasons to visit the city, including the art, cuisine, and the shopping. But what do you do where the cuisine is concerned if you are a vegetarian?

Barcelona Fruit

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One of the most modern and progressive of the seven United Arab Emirates (UAE’s) is Dubai, a region that is more like a city-state which has developed at an incredible pace, especially where tourism and trade is concerned. Although this is a relatively new tourist destination, it has rapidly evolved into one of the Middle East’s most popular cities to vacation in. This desert city can get very hot during the summer months but the modern infrastructure has seen to it that all the bases are covered.

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This is especially true where the diverse cuisines available in the city are the focal point. Many Vegetarians have found Dubai an excellent place to visit because of the different establishments that offer menus of this nature. The following are some of the top veggie restaurants of the 38 in the city that you can enjoy when vacationing in Dubai: read full article

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