Category Archives: Solo Female Travel

Why California’s Tri-Valley Should Be Your Next Solo Travel Escape

delicious rose in pleasanton in tri-valley

Disclaimer: Visit Tri-Valley was kind enough to host me in exchange for coverage on my blog. As always, all opinions are my own, and it’s my biggest priority to write about my honest experiences to help my readers.  Lately, I’ve really warmed up to the idea of traveling solo around California more often. This massive […]

How to Plan a Wonderful Solo Trip to Concord CA

solo trip to concord ca and enjoying salvio pacheco square

Note: Visit Concord graciously hosted me on a press trip in exchange for coverage. As always, this post discusses my honest experience and all opinions are my own. Northern California is officially one of my favorite places to travel alone. The entire region is a friendly, delicious, and naturally beautiful oasis that’s easy to explore […]

Solo Travel Helsinki: An Independent Visitor’s Guide to Finland’s Capital

stunning helsinki cathedral in finland

As a city, Helsinki is wildly underrated, in my opinion. On my own solo travels in Europe, not too many backpackers I spoke to had Helsinki on their itineraries.  However, I think Helsinki is worth visiting even as a solo traveler. Sure, you don’t get as many hostels as the neighboring Baltic countries, but Finland’s […]

11 Best Things to Do Alone in Madison WI Right Now

Note: Destination Madison kindly invited me on a 3 day press trip in exchange for coverage. As always, all opinions are my own, and it’s my number one priority to tell my readers a truthful and candid experience.  As a solo traveler, I purposely seek out destinations that make me feel warm, comfortable, and safe. Now, that […]

11 Terrifically Fun Things to Do Alone in Munich

enjoying lovely music in a beer garden in munich

Germany is one of the largest countries in Europe with plenty of picturesque and historically significant cities and towns. As a traveler, you could easily spend two or three months in Germany and not run out of things to see and do. Not to mention, Germany’s land mass doesn’t mean getting around is a challenge. […]