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  • ZeynepAksoy

    Being a vegan/vegetarian can be tricky. It can play havoc with your social life especially when eating out, but it doesn’t need to ruin your travel. Luckily, there are lots of veggie opportunities in all large continental cities. The Mediterranean area is famed for its fresh vegetables and fruit, so you won’t need to look too hard. To put your mind at rest here are some stats about the number of vegan and veggie restaurant in Europe’s largest cities…


    Berlin (4,5 fully vegan or vegetarian restaurants per 100.000 inhabitants)

    Barcelona (3,4 per 100.000)

    London (2,3 per 100.000)

    Ghent (6,8 per 100.000)

    Madrid (1,7 per 100.000)

    Budapest (2,6 per 100.000)

    Prague (6,0 per 100.000)

    Vienna (3,5 per 100.000)

    Valencia (2,6 per 100.000)

    Amsterdam (4,0 per 100.000


    There are lots of websites, some international and others just deal with local jobs. Lots of employers in Turkey use LinkedIn, so you could check out these jobs.


    There are also Turkish language sites that give more in depth coverage, especially for local small and part time jobs, such as this website https://www.kariyer.net/

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