Category Archives: Beginners Travel Guides

Guides for beginners in brand new places.

how to plan a solo trip to europe: pick an easy spot like iceland

How to Plan a Solo Trip to Europe: Everything You Need to Know

Is traveling alone all over Europe, riding trains, eating delicious food, and discovering historical wonders, a dream of yours? Do you find yourself researching pubs in London and mountain hostels in Switzerland? And watching endless Instagram stories about pasta and pizza and wine in Italy? You’re not alone. Solo travel in Europe is amazing — […]

taking photos out the window is one of those special solo travel essentials haha

21 Important Solo Travel Essentials for Your Next Trip

Both packing and traveling alone are skills that require practice. Trust me, nothing is more aggravating than bad luggage or overpacking on a solo trip where you’re 100% responsible for taking care of all your belongings. No one else is looking out for you here. So it’s better to be prepared than not. To tell […]

backpacking routes europe

6 (Short and Easy) Europe Backpacking Routes

Updated: 15 January 2023 As a solo traveler, I love, love, love exploring Europe so much in my spare time. I mean, why on earth else would I be crazy enough to constantly fly over the Atlantic Ocean when I actually hate flying with a burning passion? Because I LOVE Europe. In my biased opinion, […]

ireland itinerary 7 days

7 Day Ireland Itinerary: How to Plan Your Trip

Updated: January 8th 2022 Not sure what to do in Ireland for a week? You guys, I absolutely adore Ireland. It’s an amazing place. Actually, I recently had a layover at Dublin Airport and then was so depressed that I couldn’t head out for another adventure on the Emerald Isle. Perhaps next time. Anyway, Ireland is […]

is st gallen worth visiting? yes the old town is perfect

Is St. Gallen Worth Visiting? My Honest Opinion

St. Gallen is a Swiss city south of Germany’s famous and beautiful Lake Constance. Some of you may already be familiar with St. Gallen (after all, there’s a university presence too), but others might have never heard of this city in the eastern corners of Switzerland. And this is understandable. Whenever Switzerland comes to mind, most […]