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6 (Short and Easy) Europe Backpacking Routes

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I love, love, love Europe so much. Why am I obsessed enough to constantly fly over the Atlantic Ocean despite me hating flying with a burning passion? Because I LOVE Europe. In my biased opinion, Europe is (without a doubt) the greatest playground in the world for solo travelers. Sometimes I don’t even know where […]

The 21 Best Places to Travel Alone in Europe

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Believe it or not, it’s actually tough to think of the best places to travel alone in Europe. Obviously, Europe is home to a wide variety of safe cities and towns and natural wonders that are all wonderful options for solo travelers. As you already know, I like returning to Europe time and time again since […]

Your Ultimate Guide to Backpacking Eastern Europe

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Are you planning on backpacking Eastern Europe? Yay, you made an awesome choice! Sure, Western Europe has the Eiffel Tower, Big Ben, Neuschwanstein Castle, and the Colosseum; they are all the big sites everyone automatically thinks of when they envision a European vacation. But Eastern Europe still packs a gigantic punch! Don’t overlook the region even if […]

12 Best Solo Female Travel Destinations

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Best Solo Female Travel Destinations It’s hard to narrow my adventures down to determine the best solo female travel destinations. I adore wandering the world, and have a special connection to many, many, many different places. Furthermore I spend too money much on plane tickets, watch too many travel orientated television shows, and stare at […]

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. […]