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Sitting near the Azores Islands archipelago, Cape Verde, the Madeira Islands, and Morocco off the western coast of Africa is the Spanish territory known as the Canary Islands.  The islands are known for their bustling, lively nightlife during the peak of the tourist season.  Interestingly enough, the Canary Islands are the home to 23 different Vegan and vegetarian restaurants as well as another 21 Vegan bakeries, bed and breakfasts, catering businesses, health food stores, and other shops.  The following is a list of the more popular ones.

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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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One of the six states that make up the Australian continent is Queensland, which is the northeastern portion of Australia. The state is known for many attractions and sights including Daintree National Park, the Great Barrier Reef, and the Sunshine Coast. However, the Gold Coast of the southeastern portion of Queensland is one of the most visited areas in the entire state.

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Colombo is the largest city of Sri Lanka but more importantly, it is viewed as the commercial and financial capital of the country as well. The city is well known as a popular tourist destination because of its numerous galleries and museums, but it is also a popular tourist area for its diverse dining venues which includes those that feature a Vegan-friendly and/or vegetarian menu. For those of you who prefer the Vegan-friendly or vegetarian lifestyle, the following is a listing of the better dining venues in Colombo, Sri Lanka.

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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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The Middle East country of Kuwait lies on the northwestern edge of the Arabian Gulf. It is geographically situated between the gulf, Iraq, and Saudi Arabia. As there is no nightlife to speak of in Kuwait (alcohol is prohibited), most people go to their favorite restaurants for an enjoyable night out on the town. Though a predominantly Muslim state, traditional dishes have meats as one of the ingredient but for those looking for a vegetarian fare, the choices are unlimited.

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The region includes some famous cities such as Naples and Salerno as well as the spectacular Amalfi Coast. It is one of the most visited regions in all of Italy and makes for a perfect “base” for venturing out into the region and exploring all that it has to offer. However, if you follow the Vegan way and only eat Vegetarian, you will not be disappointed as there are several restaurants of this nature located in the region. Here are a few to consider.

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The capital city of Malaysia is Kuala Lumpur which translates as the muddy estuary.  It grew from a sleepy little tin-mining village of years gone by into the metropolis of 6.5 million people that it is today.  The city boasts some of the most reasonably priced 5-star hotels in… read full article

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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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Most of the countries are abound with non-vegetarian eateries, but finding vegetarian restaurants is quite difficult, especially in Europe where a very small percentage of population follows vegetarianism. No doubt traveling on an empty stomach spoils the holiday fun. So, to help vegetarian travelers planning to go to Helsinki, Finland, we have identified five popular vegetarian eateries.

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With lots of fresh, seasonal vegetables available, the city of Luxor, Egypt is without a doubt a paradise of vegetarian delights for the individuals who follow that particular lifestyle.  Just be careful when you order any of the numerous vegetarian desserts as they can be extremely sweet where Western tastes are concerned.  Your best bet is to stick with the low to medium sweetness range.  The following are the best vegetarian restaurants in Luxor, Egypt that you should consider visiting if you plan a vacation in the city.

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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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One of the major cities in California and the Bay Area’s centerpiece is the city of San Francisco. The city occupies a small 7-mile by 7-mile patch of land and is known for its great cultural and ethnic diversity, hilly terrain, liberal community, scenic beauty, and summer fog. San Francisco is known for its diversity of cuisine, which makes it a very epicurean and sensual city. For all practical purposes, San Francisco is one of the most targeted tourist destinations in the world.

San Francisco Indian Food

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Whether passing through or lingering for a longer period of time in the remarkably well-preserved Krakow, Poland, you will most definitely be seduced by some of their hearty dishes. Though the times have changed, Polish gastronomy seems to have retained its traditions. Neighboring countries’ culinary habits as well as its own plentiful resources heavily influenced Polish food; meat is consumed in large quantities (pork and sausage) as well as carbohydrates such as bread, potatoes, noodles and dumplings. So, if you happen to travel to the second largest city of Poland put your diet on hold and try these succulent dishes.

Krakow Polish Dumpling

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