Italy Tree Nut, Gluten, Fish + Sesame-Free Travel ItineraryLive “la dolce vita” on Italy’s stunning Amalfi Coast with Nicole’s itinerary of safe places to eat with celiac and tree nut, fish, and sesame allergies. See where she enjoyed fresh gluten-free pasta and pizza, her favorite gelato shop, and the stunning hotels she stayed at. And between hiking Path of the Gods, relaxing in thermal baths, and shopping at outdoor markets, there’s an activity for every traveler. Follow Nicole on Spokin @girlwnogluten to see all of her reviews and on Instagram and TikTok @girlwnogluten_.
Maine Tree Nut-Free Travel ItineraryTake in the seaside towns, historical lighthouses, and beautiful beaches of Maine with Daphne’s tree nut-free itinerary. In between hiking in Camden, and kayaking on Boothbay Harbor, she enjoyed safe fish and chips served by a chef with a peanut allergy, nut-free donuts, and chocolates at Spokin Verified Dean’s Sweets. Follow Daphne on Spokin @daphlevy to see all of her reviews and on Instagram @daphsfoodfinds.
Aruba Gluten, Tree Nut + Dairy-Free Travel ItinerarySoak up the sun in Aruba with Kayla as she celebrates her gluten-free destination wedding! In addition to a beachfront restaurant, a poolside bar, and a breakfast buffet, she’s shared the accommodating wedding venue that made their gluten-free dinner and cake. All of Kayla’s finds are also tree nut-free! Follow Kayla on Spokin @kaylacappiello to see all of her reviews and on Instagram and TikTok @kaylacappiello.
New Buffalo Peanut-Free Travel ItineraryEnjoy a “Pure Michigan” summer of surfing, sunsets, and s’mores on New Buffalo’s beaches with Alyssa’s peanut-free itinerary. From bagels and coffee in the morning to lakefront dining and ice cream from a fresh tub to end the day, she’s shared safe eats for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and beyond. Follow Alyssa on Spokin @alyssabauder to see all of her reviews and on Instagram @allthingsallergies.
Chicago Nut, Milk, Egg, Shellfish + Wheat-Free Travel ItineraryThe Windy City lived up to its name, blowing Sami away with its allergy-friendly dining! In between an architecture boat tour and taking in the views at 360 CHICAGO, she found safe eats for peanut, tree nut, milk, egg, shellfish, and wheat allergies. Highlights include gluten-free and vegan deep dish pizza and a vegan diner where she had her first milkshake, nachos, and mashed potatoes! Follow Sami on Spokin to see all of her reviews @samisafeeats and on Instagram @samisafeeats.
Paris Nut, Milk, Soy, Crustacean + Wheat-Free Travel ItinerarySay “bonjour” to the perfect Paris trip with Kelsey’s itinerary! In between shopping on Rue Saint-Honore, exploring the Musee D’Orsay and Louvre, and wine and champagne tastings, she shared hidden gems safe for allergies to nuts, milk, soy, crustacean, wheat, banana, and more. See where she found a safe outdoor lunch at Monet’s water lily garden, an ice cream shop with 15 dairy-free flavors, and more. Follow Kelsey on Spokin @allergytravelr to see all of her reviews and on Instagram @allergytravler.
South Korea Allergy-Friendly Cafe GuideIn the midst of South Korea’s high-tech cities and ancient palaces, you’ll find a vibrant cafe scene with the most Insta-worthy interiors and drinks you’ve ever seen. Audrey’s guide features 26 cafes where she safely enjoyed bubble tea and lattes with flavors from strawberry cotton candy to banana milk. With themed cafes, cat and dog cafes, classic coffee shops, and even a cafe with trees and a waterfall, there’s a cafe for everyone! Follow Audrey @audreycha on Spokin to see all of her reviews and on Instagram @allaboutallergies.
Local Expert GuideFoodie who loves to travel and find the perfect safe places to eat ahead of time? Heading out of town for Labor Day weekend? Nothing beats a recommendation from a trusted local. We asked Spokin Ambassadors and friends to share their favorite places to eat in their hometown—as well as their favorite fun things to do—and created Spokin Local Guides. From DC to Dubai, eat and explore like a local with the very best recommendations in 80 cities around the world. Alabama | Arizona | California | Colorado | Connecticut | Florida | Georgia | Illinois | Indiana | Iowa | Louisiana | Maryland | Massachusetts | Michigan | Missouri | New Jersey | New York | North Carolina | Oregon | Pennsylvania | Tennessee | Texas | Utah | Virginia | Washington | Washington, D.C. | Wisconsin | Australia | Canada | France | United Kingdom | United Arab Emirates
Portland Allergy-Friendly Travel Guide
Summer is the perfect time to visit Portland, an outdoor lover’s dream destination. There are endless ways to enjoy the great outdoors in Oregon’s largest city—the iconic Mount Hood, 275 public parks and gardens, nearly 400 miles of bikeways, hiking, and kayaking down the Willamette River. Portland is also a foodie destination and our guide highlights 42 of the best places for safe eats including peanut, dairy, and gluten-free Thai food, vegan Italian food, and more. For your sweet tooth, we have 14 places to get your fix at bakeries, donut shops, and ice cream shops.
Portland Celiac Travel Guide
There’s no better place to enjoy the great outdoors than Portland, and summer is the perfect time to visit! With beautiful places to hike, bike, and kayak everywhere you turn, Oregon’s largest city is a dream destination for outdoor lovers. It’s also a haven for gluten-free dining and our guide features the 15 best places to find safe eats including naan, pizza, and even a gluten-free cider house. For your sweet tooth, we’ve got reviews for gluten-free mochi donuts, a dedicated gluten-free bakery, and a gluten-free and vegan ice cream shop. EAT | TREAT | STAY
Charleston Allergy-Friendly Travel Guide
Miles of sandy beaches, cobblestone streets lined with colorful historic homes, and delicious Southern food—you’ll find it all in Charleston. The city’s allergy-friendly dining scene is as rich as its history, making it the perfect destination for an end-of-summer getaway or Labor Day weekend trip. Our Charleston Travel Guide features the 38 best places to find safe BBQ, biscuits made from scratch, nut-free cinnamon rolls, and that world famous Southern hospitality, of course!