Vegan-friendly can mean different things to everyone. However, it seems as though some cities know how to embrace the lifestyle more than ever. If you want to travel without compromising your values, then here are the most vegan-friendly cities around the world.
This city might only have around 30,000 people, but it is filled with vegan restaurants. As if that wasn’t enough, the laid back atmosphere throughout the city teamed with a host of fresh tropical fruit means that we can unwind as well as keep things vegan.
Tel Aviv, Israel
Israel is a huge hotspot for many, with Tel Aviv being one of the vegan capitals of the world. In fact, there are more than 400 vegan restaurants as well as plenty of hotels offering up fully vegan packages. It seems as though Tel Aviv has every aspect of travel covered.
The best bit about Portland? The fact it has a fully vegan mall that has everything from tattoos to baked goods and clothing on offer for anyone lucky enough to visit. In fact, their dedication to the lifestyle makes Portland a top choice for many vegan travelers.
Of course, there are many reasons to head to Amsterdam, but their vegan-friendly approach to life is a huge draw for many. There are plenty of vegan boutiques found across the city that are woven between the number of vegan eateries all found in Amsterdam. People don’t usually have to look far for something to do.
If you want to head traveling, but you’re worried about your lifestyle then have no fear; the most vegan-cities around the world could be the answer. They are all filled with their own unique pulls, while the diversity helps everyone to feel at home, no matter where they are on the planet.
Humans, by nature, are creatures of tradition. The best part is that these alternatives are often unique to a country or region. Keep scrolling to see the true colors of different countries around the world.
Cathedrals in Poland
These models were created for people with seeing disabilities to provide tactile maps of Polish cities and their surroundings. The models are placed on sidewalks, trees, benches, and even on public transport vehicles. Anyone who’s hard of seeing has access to these models; some include different textures like sandpaper, while others are made with copper foil or wood pulp.
Saudi Arabia’s Camel Milk
As the world’s largest exporter of camels, Saudi Arabia is also known for its modern approach to camel ownership. Camels are often kept as pets, and they can drink to their hearts’ content from decorative water troughs at stately country houses.
The country even has a Camel Museum in Jeddah that opened its doors in 2012. Interestingly, the government also sells camel milk — although camels are actually quite difficult to milk due to their anatomy.
In Denmark, a minor traffic playground has been constructed to teach kids how to bike around the busy streets and appropriately interact with cars and pedestrians along the way.
This project was approved after a Danish doctor found that up to 60% of young children were helmeted when biking — this led her to believe that those children didn’t know how to bike between cars or safely cross intersections without helmets because they had not practiced enough before being put on a bike.
Bear Spicing in Queens
The love for food in Queens is unique to the neighborhood, especially the idea of bear-spicing meals. This restaurant has emphasized the freshness of its components.
The restaurant showcases dozens of bear-form spices that line the walls, and most customers won’t be able to resist hugging them before they eat. The food served is very spicy, but it’s all in bear-form, so it’s not only incredibly delicious but also entertaining. All the ingredients are either bottled or canned, making it almost impossible to be poisoned.
Big Basket Building
The Longaberger Company, a maker of handmade maple wood carriers and other recreational items, created the Big Basket facility in Newark, Ohio. It cost $30 million to build and has seven stories.
The basket can be seen from different parts of the United States of America. Basket weaving is a form of textile art. As an art, it involves the weaving of objects out of any material, including but not limited to plants, strips of cloth, ribbon, yarn, lace, or embroidery thread.
Kid’s Toy in Canada
Harvey’s, a Canadian company, is always coming up with new innovations to improve the quality of their kids’ meals. Recently, they replaced the toy that kids usually get in their meal with a ‘Grow-Your-Own Plant Kit.’
The kit includes seeds, potting soil, and instructions for planting and caring for the seeds. The children can then re-plant into a larger pot when it has germinated. They then take home their pool with the growing plant in it.
Italy’s Surreal Skyscraper
Since the 1990s, the Italian skyscraper has seen an increase in construction. There are currently approximately 600 to 700 tall buildings across the city. It’s estimated that 70% of these tall buildings are commercial and 30% residential towers.
The design of these towers is different based on their respective country of origin (due to varying regulations) and function (social, religious, architectural). In general, they have a total floor size ranging from 300 to 1,000 square meters.
Hawaii’s Stop Sign
Blue stop signs in Hawaii may also ask a pedestrian to stop and look. In some states, a yellow diamond-shaped sign is used to indicate a railroad crossing.
In most states, the only time the stop sign has been used is during dismounted motor vehicle traffic control or at an intersection where pedestrians have the right of way. In all cases, it’s a warning signal only, and drivers cannot stop on a through highway without a vehicular stop at the intersection.
Tulip Field in the Netherlands
Tulips have been cultivated for several years, primarily in the region of the Netherlands. The tulips are of the genus Tulipa, members of the lily family. The flower is native to the area that’s now Holland.
They are generally tall, single-stem flowers with a small bulb at the base. The tulip was primarily used as a plant to produce stains for textiles. They are also used in various ways, including raw materials for making dyes and paints, medicine, and food coloring. And they have been creative over the years with the tulip planting.
Dorset’s Love for Crocheting
Postboxes are sometimes adorned with little hats. According to a user, people make hats for the sole purpose of adorning postboxes in Dorset, England.
The United Kingdom is all about crocheting. The crocheting culture in the UK has been evolving since the 17th century. Some of the most prominent crocheters credit their skills to Victorian craftsmanship, while others believe it’s similar to national pride and a sense of making something from nothing.
Snow in Wyoming
Snow drifts in Wyoming can be as tall as six feet. Substances that are this tall and wide will most likely cause problems for the people who encounter them. After all, it’s challenging to travel across these snowy roads with your car or truck; you have to be extremely cautious.
So, it’s not just the people walking on the streets that experience difficulties due to snowdrifts, but also those driving on these roads. This scenario creates additional consequences for many people in their lives, such as delayed or canceled flights, traffic accidents, or medical emergencies.
The picturesque sculptures are 33 to almost 50 feet deep from the surface of Copenhagen’s canal. Copenhagen has become a popular tourist attraction for people coming to Denmark.
Many different sculptures are seen throughout the city, with these 10-15 meters below the surface to see them at certain times of the year. The sculptures are all artificial and become noticeable when the water freezes into rock. The rock will then float to the surface because of its weight.
No Menu Restaurant
The history of restaurants in Seattle goes back to the 1870s when it was a lumber-rich port town. The Filipino restaurant in Seattle has no set menu, as options change every day based on the chef’s mood.
The reason behind this is that the dishes are meant to fit the Filipinos’ preferences. The chefs and waiters are Filipino, and the majority of the waitresses and cooks are Filipinos who work for several months or years in Seattle before returning home. Filipinos love eating.
Florida’s No-Parking Highway
They are designed to help reduce traffic congestion by adding more time for drivers to find a space, but these “No-Parking” highways may be causing the opposite effect. As traffic in Florida becomes worse, the number of spots that are available in parking areas is also decreasing.
This is because there are more people in need of spots than there are spots available for them. The wait time during off-peak hours for drivers to find a place can take up to one minute less than it takes drivers to find a space during peak hours.
Obelisk in Minnesota
The Obelisk in Minnesota is a high point that can be seen from miles around. It’s one of Minnesota’s best-known natural features, and it also provides a beautiful place to learn about the history of Minnesota.
The Obelisk was built as a memorial honoring those who died as a result of war. It’s also home to 75 carvings depicting scenes from the life and death of Abraham Lincoln.
Amsterdam’s Trash Size
The Netherlands is among the highest plastic and paper waste user per capita in Europe, making up nearly 80% of municipal waste. In response to this, the city government has mandated that all single-family households provide a means for trash disposal that’s easily accessible and outfitted with a lid.
This new law was implemented after an extensive study about how people were throwing their waste into the street or building trash cans without lids. The study found approximately one ton of garbage generated per day in Amsterdam alone, which could have been prevented if proper methods had been applied to curb this problem at its source.
Wooden Escalator in NYC
Wooden escalators were first used in the NYC subway system in 1946 and were phased out in 1995. It was found that they caused damage to clothing and skin, and it’s estimated that over five million dollars worth of repair work was required every year to fix the escalator’s wooden stairs.
Some of the wooden escalators are still in NYC today. One of them is at 15th Street and 5th Avenue, however, there are no direct connections between 1st Avenue and the West 4th Street subway station. And there’s this particular one in Macy’s
Tiramisu is a coffee-flavored Italian dessert. It’s made of ladyfingers dipped in coffee, layered with a whipped mixture of eggs, sugar, and mascarpone cheese, and flavored with cocoa.
Scottish tiramisu is made up of mascarpone, condensed milk, coffee, and liquor in a shallow bowl. Naturally, the Scottish have taken the sweet treat and made it their own.
Traffic Games in Germany
The game of ping-pong is part of the early history of video games, and in Germany, it does not constitute a crime. In this country, one can play pong with the person on the other side of the street.
How cool is that?! Rather than simply having to wait for the light to turn green, you can now keep yourself entertained until your time comes to cross the intersection.
Custom Sink in Chimacum
Chevron Corporation is an American multinational energy corporation. It’s the second-largest oil company in America. They are headquartered in California with offices around the world.
In Chimacum, they made a custom sink that looks like a car tire. They wanted to create brand awareness and so, they designed an interactive installation that also encouraged people to think about the products they sell. The tire was installed on a road that leads to town.
The government of France is considering a new measure to assist low-income earners. This measure would allow people to opt for free bread deliveries every day in the country. For instance, there are many families that have children that are not in school yet but are already receiving the food subsidy for 24% of their income.
They may work, but they don’t have enough money to buy bread for the family every day, so some parents resort to buying food at cheaper prices from town markets or other places where it’s sold at a better price than what can be bought from subsidized bakeries.
Low-Cost Food in Armenia
The low cost of food in Armenia is a significant factor that contributes to the general welfare of this country. For example, the poverty rate is the lowest in Armenia as compared to any other European country.
The high rates of vaccination can also be attributed to this factor as many children eat and live on organic vegetables and fruits. There’s not a single recorded case where someone has fallen ill or died from consuming these products instead, they provide a healthy lifestyle for those who live in this area
There are many things one can do with a leftover birthday cake. You can stuff the cake into a can and eat it right out of there. Perhaps that’s exactly what this canned cake in a vending machine is all about.
Vending machines started in Japan but no one knew it would be possible to get canned cakes from such machines today. Though this machine looks like a regular vending machine, it is used in an entirely different way.
Free Water in Italy
Italy has abundant water resources. They are mainly located in the north. Even though they have so many, Italy has done a great job of managing the water sources and making sure that people in need can access clean water.
In this area, the country provides clean water in different ways. Citizens can choose to get their water supply hot, or cooled. According to the World Health Organization, Italy consumes fewer than five liters of water per day, on average. But on hot days, people consume more water.
Giving Birth in Finland
The healthcare services in Finland are provided by public funds and not private hospitals or doctors. These types of public administration create a variety of ways that individuals can be covered for their health needs in Finland. It is, however, surprising why the cost presented here is high.
The healthcare provided by the government includes hospital care, physician’s office visits, and children’s health needs. The government has created policies to ensure the well-being of families. One policy that is in place is free daycare for children.
Hungarian Spider Gate
The Spider Gate is a historic city gate in Budapest, Hungary. The gate was constructed in 1855 to replace an earlier Turkish-era structure. It’s one of the three original gates of Budapest; the other two are The Iron Gate and Ferenciek Tere (Franciscan Square).
It is the only original gate of the three that seems to be intact to this day. The gate was designed by an architect in the service of the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
Believe it or not, but this border — which runs down the middle of the steps and continues through the middle of the street below — really does differentiate whether you’re standing in France or Monaco.
The worst part about being so close in proximity, at least in this particular area, is the disparity in tax income among neighbors that have similar salaries. On the Monaco side of the alley, there’s no income tax. On the French side, however, depending on your income level, you could potentially be among the highest taxed in the EU!
A Japanese Convenience Store
In the country of Japan, there are convenience stores called Family Mart. JThe store is only made of a vending machine that stocks many different types of goods in a variety of sizes.
There is a wide selection of food and drinks that can be bought from the vending machine which includes things like rice balls, pastries, fruit juice and fried egg crepe. The Japanese people will often buy these items at the convenience store rather than at a supermarket because of its reasonable price.
Old Wrecks in Lake Powell
Due to the decline in water levels, old wrecks can now be seen on land at Lake Powell. There’s plenty of other things you can find if you should explore the lake floor below, including rare fish species and endangered plants.
Lake Powell was created by the closing of Glen Canyon Dam in 1966, and since then has risen to an elevation of above sea level. The Colorado River flows through the Grand Canyon and is dammed to form Lake Powell. Lake Powell is over long and about wide at its widest point, covering an area of.
Love for Pandas
The love for pandas in Uzbekistan has been gaining momentum over the years. People are drawn to these animals because of their resemblance to people, which is why they are widely drawn as mascots.
Even though there is a small breeding population, and the number of panda-populations in China and Russia has been declining, the Uzbekistan government decided to double its efforts to save these endangered animals.
Learning CPR in Dallas
The two-minute learning machine is an entertaining way for the airport to provide refresher training on how to administer CPR. The airport also provides documentation for those who might need it. However, it must be noted that the airport has no obligation or responsibility to learn CPR.
CPR is a valuable skill to have, but airports should not be expected to provide this service — although it’s nice when they do!
Pit to Park in China
The government of Lezhou in China has turned a former mining pit into a public park. The city government had been mining iron ore here for more than 30 years, but now that some of the reserves have run out, they thought that this pit could be put to better use!
The new park will have a lake, recreation areas for walking or jogging, some cultural heritage buildings around the lake, and even an observation tower that visitors can climb to get a view of Lezhou.