Category Archives: Solo Female Travel

Solo Travel to Amsterdam: Everything You Need to Know

solo travel amsterdam: go to museums

Solo travel to Amsterdam is very popular among adventurers planning their first trip to Europe. And, really, can you blame them for loving the biggest city in the Netherlands so much? Without a doubt, Amsterdam is beautiful, significant (both historically and culturally), and lots and lots of fun.  This isn’t brand new information, haha. We’ve […]

Solo Travel Dublin: How to Visit the Irish Capital Alone

solo travel dublin: go grab a drink

Welcome to my “Solo Travel Dublin Guide!” If you’re planning a solo trip to Ireland, then you’re probably spending a couple days in the capital city of Dublin at the start of your trip. After all, Dublin is one of the most popular places for tourists first coming into Ireland even if they’ll spend most of […]

Solo Travel Boston: Your Ultimate Weekend Guide

Note: This is a guest post written by the lovely Kylee over at Passports and Preemies! Her solo weekend tips for Boston should help you all have a wonderful adventure in this historic American city. Happy reading! Boston is a city rich in culture and history. Dating back to 1630, the capital of Massachusetts has […]

Traveling Alone in Iceland: Best Tips & Tricks

traveling alone to iceland

Are you planning on traveling alone in Iceland? You picked a fantastic destination, especially if you’re traveling solo for the first time! So, congratulations on literally selecting the perfect choice, haha. How do I know your choice is perfect? Well, personally, I think Iceland was one of the most relaxed and easy solo trips that I’ve […]

Is Scotland Safe? — How to Have a Beautiful Adventure

is scotland safe? yes!

Is Scotland safe? The obvious answer is “yes, Scotland is freakin’ awesome,” but still, I have quite a bit to say on this topic, which is unsurprising to anyone who knows me. Why? Honestly, Scotland’s my favorite country. You guys, I could seriously talk for hours and hours about how incredibly wonderful Scotland is. I’d […]