While traveling through Spain, my sister and I were overjoyed to Google a kosher restaurant on La Rambla, a popular tourist thoroughfare in Barcelona.
While cities like New York and Paris offer a huge array of kosher food, due to their large observant populations, a traveler wishing to visit, say, Croatia, or Tuscany, has fewer options at their disposal.
Contributed by Bethany Mandel | Last date of travel: December 2011 Kosher Info: In December I went to Barcelona and Rome for a week total for my honeymoon. We spent the first part of the week in Barcelona. We came prepared with a suitcase full of food because prior research, including an email to the […]
Contributed by: Ashley Spade | Last Date of Travel: June 2011 I recently returned from a trip to Marbella, Spain with a few classmates and my dog, Sir Winston Pugsalot. I know how hard it can seem to find Kosher food while traveling, especially depending on the country. Luckily, my student health insurance agent is […]
Contributed by: Esther Zar | Last Date of Travel: September 2009 Kosher Info: We flew into Barcelona with a list of three potential options for kosher food. Well as we eliminated them (one didn’t answer, and the other seemed questionable in kashrut), we were left with one last option: Isamar Kosher (Address: Carrer de l’Avenir, […]
Contributed by Shira Rosenbaum and Aaron Roller | Last Travel Date: Aug 2006 Kosher Info: Alas, to what was formerly a thriving Jewish town, there is no kosher food available. We were able to find a few fruit stalls around town, but we mostly brought food from Madrid (which is only about a 1-2 hour […]
Contributed by: Shira Rosenbaum and Aaron Roller | Last Date of Travel: Aug 2006 Kosher Info: We traveled to Spain in the summer of 2006. We flew into Madrid, took the train to Toledo, Cordoba and Granada before returning to Madrid. Before our trip we had been warned that the only Kosher food in any […]