Top 5: Cities for Solo Travel

by Nia Scott

Mar 4, 2019

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Solo travel is on the rise and many consider taking the leap and going it alone. The experience of traveling alone can build confidence and self-esteem, leave travelers feeling more fulfilled and give travelers more personal enjoyment. Traveling alone is a great way to see and experience a place without any outside factors weighing in. It’s a personal expedition that leaves travelers changed for the better.




Barcelona, Spain, is a great destination for all kinds of travel, including solo. For those doing it alone, the city is walkable and easy to navigate. Unlike some places, you’re less likely to get lost. Barcelona has beautiful art, people and food. It’s easy to fall in love with such a vibrant city.




The newly popular Croatia is a great country to visit. Travel to the coast and visit the medieval city of Dubrovnik. There’s always something to do and see in this picturesque city. Fans of Game of Thrones will recognize this as the location of Kings Landing. Take your time walking the cobblestone streets and peering into the artisanal shops. This is a fantastic place for a solo traveler.


New York City


Surprisingly, New York City is one of the best places for solo travelers. The reason being is it’s almost impossible to feel alone while surrounded by so many unique folks. There are tons of activities to partake in in New York.




Taipei, Taiwan, is a great choice for those looking for a history-drenched destination. This city has lots of history and the buildings reflect the older times. It’s also modern for a place that still has so much of its past. Take a walk through this city and you won’t regret it.




Stockholm tops the list in destinations catered toward solo females. The city proudly holds on to its reputation as a great place for women and a safe country for everyone. There are plenty of adventures to be had in this big city.


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