Category Archives: Solo Female Travel

Terrific Small European Towns for Solo Travelers

Best Small European Towns for Solo Travelers We’ve all heard of London, Paris, Rome, Munich, and Prague. All energetic cities that offer a wide variety of great sites, activities, restaurants, and accommodation. It’s no surprise that these destinations appear again and again on many solo travelers’ itineraries. Read r/travel or the Lonely Planet forums, and you’ll see what I mean. […]

10 Tips for Traveling Alone for the First Time

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Tips for Traveling Alone for the First Time So you want tips tips for traveling alone for the first time? Yay, join the club! We need more empowered people embracing solitude and doing whatever they want on their own terms – including wandering halfway across the globe. There are plenty of important things to know […]

Nervous Girl’s Guide to Meeting People while Traveling

nervous girl's guide to meeting people while traveling

Wanna Meet People while Traveling? Many of my readers have told me they feel nervous about solo travel. This is understandable. Even though I’ve gone on a whopping eight trips alone, I don’t think the jittery travel nerves ever completely disappear. I still question my sanity whenever I book a plane ticket and know no […]

Why Your First EVER Solo Trip Should Be to Beautiful Portugal (Updated 2021)

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Updated on May 2021 I’m serious: your first solo trip should be Portugal. Last Easter, I took a solo trip to Portugal and fell in love. My 10 day adventure split between Lisbon and Porto – with a few small stops thrown into the mix – was one of my favorite trips to date. Sure, […]

Yes, It Happens! 5 Real Disadvantages of Traveling

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Welcome to the Disadvantages of Traveling Yes, “disadvantages of traveling exist,” my friends. WHAT?! I know, I know. You’re shooting me death glares from Chiang Mai, Berlin, Cuzco, Sydney, wherever you’re located right now. I’m sorry. Hear me out, though, before you revoke my travel blogger card. I promise I’m writing this post for good reasons, […]