Tag Archives: Travel Safety Tips

Spain Solo Travel: Everything You Need to Know

solo travel spain tip: don't forget smaller cities like girona

Spain is an incredibly popular destination for solo travelers. And honestly, who can blame anyone for falling madly in love with Spain? I know it’s one of my favorite destinations in all of Europe. I feel like I will never get tired of Spain, thanks to the country’s many diverse regions, warm and vibrant people, and exquisite food […]

Is Switzerland Safe to Travel Alone? How to Plan a Carefree Solo Adventure!

pleased at lake lucerne in summer

I’m a frequent traveler to Europe (surprise surprise). I also love exploring different countries alone, because why the heck not? So, understandably, a lot of people ask me about safety and solo travel, as well as what countries are good first time destinations, especially for visiting Europe. Which is fair enough. Going to Europe alone […]

A Complete Guide to Portland Maine Solo Travel

me looking happy with 3 days in portland me

Portland is Maine’s largest and most visited city, and without a doubt, the greater Portland metro area just leaves visitors wanting to book a return ticket ASAP. Now, to be fully transparent with everyone, I knew very, very little about Portland before booking my plane ticket there. I just … wanted to go. For example, […]

8 Days in Switzerland: A Perfectly Magical Switzerland Itinerary

falling in love with 8 days in switzerland

Switzerland is a small country, but man, despite its tiny size, it’s still an incredible place for travel. After all, this Central European gem is home to crystal lakes, sweeping Alpine mountainsides, exquisite chocolates, and gorgeous handmade watches. I wouldn’t think twice if someone (who … I don’t know) demanded I had to pack my […]

Solo Travel Lake Geneva: The Ultimate Guide to Switzerland’s Most Iconic Lake

solo travel lake geneva adventures

Lake Geneva is an absolute paradise that captures the imagination of travelers everywhere. As an English literature buff, I’ve always wanted to escape to Lake Geneva, because the lush mountains and deep waters reminded me of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, a horror novel in which most of the action takes place in Switzerland.  Lake Geneva exceeded all of […]