York is so packed full of history. Romans formed the city, Vikings fought in the city and the Victorians industrialised the city. The city is packed full of ancient sites where you can still see what our long-lost ancestors have left behind. A city lined by a castle wall, which is home to mystery and…

Here at Gluten Free Travellers we want your gluten-free life and travel to be as stress free as possible! We have compiled a list of our favourite resources and blogs to help you have as much information as possible to make living with Coeliac disease or gluten intolerance as easy as possible. Useful Links for…

What is Coeliac Disease? Celiac disease is estimated to affect 1 in 100 people worldwide with only 20% of people becoming diagnosed. It is a genetic autoimmune disorder triggered by consuming gluten, leading to the damage in the small intestine. An allergic reaction to gluten (protein found in barley, rye and wheat) is an immune…

During your trip to London you will probably notice that gluten free eating in restaurants is a breeze. Generally speaking, it is a city that caters well for people with food allergies, including those with a gluten allergy or intolerance. West London in particular is a great area to explore gluten free friendly restaurants and…

Orlando, a holiday destination famed for it’s theme parks, shopping malls and Disney everything!  It’s a large city with lots of Coeliac friendly restaurants and many cuisines are represented. I found restaurants in Orlando to be very good in catering for coeliac customers (and those that suffer from other allergies for that matter).  A lot…

There’s more to Prague than stag dos and cheap booze. Yes, really! The restaurant scene in Prague for example, is definitely on the up. For the gluten free traveller in particular there are plenty of gluten free friendly restaurants to enjoy. The capital of the Czech republic can actually be quite a romantic city, just…

Paris; world-renowned for being the city of love and romance and is one of those cities that you just have to visit at least once, to take in the magnificent sights of the Eiffel Tower, the Notre Dame, the Louvre etc. But let’s address the most pressing question on a coeliac’s lips – what’s it…