Traveling with a gluten intolerance or allergy makes it all a bit more challenging. Especially if you can’t speak the language of the place you’re visiting, finding products or restaurant with clear gluten-free dishes on their menu can be tricky, but that doesn’t mean you should quit traveling altogether. You just need to prepare a few things in advance, learn how to say gluten in different languages, and carry a few go-to snacks with you in case you have more trouble than expected finding something safe for you to eat.
You could also save yourself a lot of trouble by going to a place where you know finding gluten free-food will be both easy and delicious. The guys at TravelSupermarket studied restaurant reviews from 250 cities around the world and came with the list of the top 10 gluten-free cities.