Are you a plant-based foodie dreaming of Barcelona, Spain’s number one tourist destination? Worried that it’ll be all legs of jamón and seafood paella?
Look no further. Caitlin of The Vegan Word has got you covered.
If you’re not already planning a trip to Barcelona, this book will make you want to get on that – asap. We should know – that’s what happened to us! (Possibly brought on by the words vegan and croissant together in a sentence).
When Caitlin offered us an advance copy to read and the opportunity to give away a copy to our readers, we knew we couldn’t deny you all the chance to get your hands on the first ever Barcelona vegan guidebook. Seriously – take a look – there’s nothing else out there.
This summer when we were traveling in the UK, Caitlin reached out and sent us tons of recommendations on where to find the best cheap vegan eats in London and some cool free things to check out as well. She had seen a post of ours on Instagram lamenting the prices in London and she wanted to help! Because that’s just how Caitlin is – genuinely caring, helpful, and super knowledgeable – all traits that come through in all her work as a vegan travel writer extraordinaire. And she’s always up to something tasty – last time we saw each other we sampled some delicious vegan cheese from a French cheesemonger in London!
She describes her Barcelona Vegan Guidebook as “Lonely Planet meets Happycow” and we heartily agree. This is the only guidebook any vegan (or vegetarian, plant-based, or the veg-curious) will need on a trip to Barcelona. In addition to where to eat the best vegan food (and what to order!), Caitlin includes all the must-knows that a regular guidebook does. That means useful tips like how to get from the Barcelona airport to the city center for under a euro (what?!).
Caitlin accumulated vasts amounts of vegan research having lived there for over a year. She also started Barcelona’s very own vegan meetup, which is still going strong! And though she’s relocated back to London, she took a little piece of Barcelona with her – her adorable dog Benito. (Yes, he speaks Spanish).
This is Caitlin’s second vegan guidebook. Her first, The Essential Vegan Travel Guide, takes the guesswork out of vegan forays into foreign cities. She helps vegan travelers answer the perpetual question: where can I eat? TEVTG gives readers the best methods for finding vegan food (and friends) no matter where you’re traveling to.
If you’d like a little preview of the Barcelona Vegan Guidebook, Caitlin has included an excerpt in her recent post on Vegan Tapas in Barcelona.
Have you ever been to Barcelona? Thinking of going now that there’s a vegan guide? Tell us in the comments (and don’t forget to enter the giveaway, which ends October 19)!
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