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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]