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Visiting 3 countries in one week

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I will be visiting Spain(Barcelona) , France(Nice), Italy (Portofino) just in one week . I downloaded Schar's gluten free roads app but i only want to eat in dedicated restaurants. I'll carry gluten free sandwiches , juices just in case but it would be great to hear other's tips !

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Never had a problem in Spain or Italy. Dont get to france too often.  Finding a  good tapas place in Spain should mke it easy to find a dozen different small plate dishes to enjoy.  In Italy should be able to find a list online from the Italian Celiaco organization

Good luck

 

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In Paris, there are a couple of 100% gluten-free bakeries (one is Helmut Newcake, near the Madeleine, and the other is Chambelland) and there is a wonderful restaurant called NoGlu - it's in a small pedestrian arcade called passage des Panorames, I think, and a little hard to find, but worth it for a true French meal in a dedicated facility.  If you're willing to risk it, there are a few creperies that do buckwheat crepes very well and they clean everything (at least they did for me) - one in the Marais (called Breizh) and another on the rue de Charonne - I think that one is called Crêperie Bretonne Fleurie de l'Epouse du Marin.  Other than that, I recommend buying readily available fresh fruit and vegetables.

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