Top 7 Vegan-Friendly Cities of 2020




Are you vegan, committed to the animal cause and looking for a good destination for a pleasant trip?

Here are the top 7 of the most vegan-friendly destinations, with cruelty-free food products and a wide variety of vegan restaurants.

 

Let's start slowly with our:

Number 7 : Paris 

Not particularly known for its vegan dishes (when you think of frog legs), the Parisian population, on the other hand, is changing the situation. With more than 45 vegan restaurants, the famous Hank-Burger and the Smmmile festival, veganism is becoming a trend.

Number 6: Amsterdam

Well known for its commitment to ecology, the city has also become a destination of choice for vegans. With Jacketz, which is the first "baked potato shop" on the mainland of Europe and the Avocado Show, the city continues to innovate in terms of vegan cuisine.

Number 5: Los Angeles

Although the United States is not necessarily known for healthy or vegan food, some American cities stand out. True paradise for vegans, LA has seduced by its creativity through vegan desserts, vegan donuts, vegan cheese and local specialties. vegan celebrities are also supporting the movement, like Moby who has his own vegan restaurant in the city, the Little Pine restaurant.

Number 4: Tel Aviv

With 8 vegan restaurants for every 100,000, traditional vegan cuisine and all Ethiopian vegan restaurants, the city deserves its ranking. Vegan or not, we will always be tempted by chakchouka, a hot dish made from vegetables that can also be found in Tunisia.

Number 3: New York

For convincing vegans who may miss the taste and appearance of meat from time to time, New York restaurants are a prime target. from fake burger to fake bacon, including the New York breakfast, the city offers several alternatives. Blossom Vegan, Buddha Bodai and Dirt Candy can delight all tastes.


Number 2: Berlin

Back in the heart of Europe, unsurprisingly, the German capital is in second position. With more than 1.3 million vegan inhabitants across the country, vegan stores, cafes, vegan clothing stores and of course vegan restaurants are proliferating. The city is proud of its own vegan street Schivelbeiner Straße and Veganz, the first vegan supermarket chain in Europe.


Number 1: London: 

At the top of the ranking for a long time, London stands out in terms of its revolutionary laws which protect ethical veganism considering it as a philosophical belief. According to HappyCow, the Online vegan restaurant guide, London is the most vegan-friendly city in the world with its 152 vegan restaurants for 2019. It was also the first city in the world to reach 100 vegan restaurants in 2017 and one of the rare cities to have a vegan hair salon. Commenting that, Ken Spector, co-author of HappyCrow list said: ”Veganism continues to become a mainstream lifestyle in London and this city takes veganism to a new level.”

N.B