Please note: This article was first published on The Vegan Tourist and last updated December 3, 2019. Inactive links were removed on November 28, 2021.
Updated on December 3, 2019: I no longer sell this book, as the information about vegetarian restaurants in Vienna in this edition is now outdated. I am not planning a 3rd edition – instead, I will post information about vegetarian restaurants in Vienna on this website.
Original blog post:
The 2nd, updated edition of The Vegan Tourist: Vienna is now available. It was published on May 2, 2016.
The English-language version of of this book is available on Amazon (amazon.com, amazon.ca, amazon.co.uk, amazon.de, amazon.fr, amazon.es, amazon.it). Books ordered through the site in the UK will be printed in the UK. An updated Kindle version is also available.
The book is available worldwide through various resellers and bookstores.
(Books ordered through the German site will be printed in Germany – and mailed without additional costs for postage. I have also published a German-language edition, The Vegan Tourist: Wien. The German edition is only available as a printed book, not as an eBook.)
Amazon has enabled the “Look Inside”-feature. This means that you are able to take a look inside the book, and see if you like it, before you decide to order it. 20% of the book’s pages will be made available, and chosen randomly by Amazon.
Paperback: 134 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform;
2nd, updated edition edition (published May 2, 2016)
Product Dimensions: 5.1 x 0.3 x 7.8 inches
The Vegan Tourist: Vienna is a guide book for vegan and vegetarian tourists. It is also a valuable resource for vegans who live in Vienna, Austria’s capital. The book provides information about vegetarian restaurants, vegan festivals and other events, and tells tourists how to connect with local vegans in Vienna. The author also provides tips for tourists traveling with their dogs. Information about vegan drinks, sugar, bread, ice cream, mock meat, and other products will assist vegans with their restaurant choices and purchasing decisions. This book will help vegetarians and vegans from all over the world plan their visit to Vienna, and allow them to enjoy everything the city has to offer.