Everyone needs to be involved with National Taco Day. Let's not miss out on eating good tacos just because you're on holiday and can't find a decent place in Europe. We've compiled a list of places to visit to make sure you celebrate all the taco goodness on October 4th!
Earning the title as the best street food stall in Europe. Rosio Sanchez founded this stall in 2015 and has since been serving a fusion otext in boldf south-of-the-border spice and nourishing Nordic food. If you're craving a taco in Copenhagen look no more - this place has you covered. Vegan-friendly too.
Want to step into a little portal of Mexico while you're in Prague? Cantina is the place. Decorated with ponchos, Mexican flags, and skulls against the yellow pale walls, this place will help you celebrate National Taco day right. Expect a colorful range of tacos served in grilled soft flour tortillas and frozen Margaritas to wash it all down.
Tacos in France might sound like a bit of a paradox, but El Nopal has got you sorted, and we are not talking about French tacos, we're talking about good ol' Mexican Tacos. The tortillas are made in house and this tiny gem will give you the taco fix you are looking for!
It's hard to find a good taco between all the delicious pasta and pizza, but La Punta is one of the best spots in Rome. This place is a bit more on the pricy side but is well worth the splurge. The menu has an interesting selection of tacos including cod, spicy pork, and chicken in mole sauce. The star of the show? fresh and crispy churros for dessert.
This place branched out from Miami and found its way in the heart of Lisbon. Reportedly Barack Obamas favorite Taco spot, this is the best place to enjoy freshly made tacos and house beer. Added plus is that you get a nice view of the kitchen preparing your food while you're snacking on your guac and chips.
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