A book to take with you that provides you detailed information about more than 2000 restaurants, hotels, cafeterias, and tapas bars all around Spain that serve the gluten-free community PLUS Gluten-Free Spanish 101 section with specialized travel vocabulary for celiacs
KEY INFO: This is the guide for you if you want to travel to Barcelona, or Madrid, or anywhere else in Spain. You will have detailed info about restaurants that serve gluten-free food, and that have special celiac menus. You'll learn about hotels that serve gluten-free breakfasts. Plus you'll find cafeterias, sandwich shops and fabulous tapas bars all over Spain that have gluten-free food. Not to mention where to find gluten-free Spanish beer!
The restaurants listings are organized in a variety of ways, so you can find a restaurant in the neighborhood of Madrid or Barcelona where you'll be visiting on a particular day. You'll be able to look up restaurants by cuisine too!
SPANISH LANGUAGE HELP! If you don't speak Spanish, don't worry: we've provided you all the specialized Spanish vocabulary you'll ever need to know. You will be able to read menus written in Spanish and ask the manager/wait staff particular questions about how food is prepared. We had native Spanish speakers put together just the right vocabulary for you so you don't have to worry about miscommunication.
It is that easy! We did all the research so you don't have to! Pack the book in your suitcase and enjoy your trip to Spain!
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WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT THE GLUTEN-FREE GUIDE TO SPAIN
5.0 out of 5 stars So helpful! By john o. strek We now have all of these gluten free guides. What a resource! These books make traveling through Europe with Celiac a breeze! The author lays out the restaurant suggestions in many ways to make them user friendly (alphabetical, by area, etc.). She also provides restaurant cards and questions to ask the waiters in the appropriate language for each country. We are hoping the author will continue to provide this resource on the rest of Europe (Germany? Switzerland?) and then move onto Asia so we can plan our next trips. There are so many choices of places to eat, we planned our meals around her suggestions - saved us so much time and aggravation. I highly recommend these books if you need to be gluten free and love to travel.