Despite just 2% of the country’s population being vegetarian, Athens has the fifth highest rated vegetarian restaurants in Europe, with an average rating of 8.74/10 – a score higher than other “food capitals” such as Rome (8.41/10) – according to experts at Uswitch.com.
On the occasion of Veganuray 2022, they wanted to find the best European capital cities for vegetarians to live in.
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By analysing the average ratings of vegetarian restaurants across each European capital, they found Belgrade to rank at the top with a score of 8.85/10.
Valetta, Zagreb and Tirana made up the rest of the top five.