Posted on Jun 09, 2011 | Comments 0
Traveling is a great way to share experiences with family and friends. However, some people prefer to meet new friends by traveling alone. These are some of the best destinations in the world for solo travelers.
1. Amsterdam, Holland
Amsterdam used to be well known as a weekend getaway for single people. However, it’s now an ideal location for men and women of all ages. The red light district is still there and still popular, but it’s a safe and interesting area.
The beauty, history and ambiance of the city are drawing more people to it each year. You’ll be able to spend your time walking along the many canals, viewing the historical sites, and being amazed at the fantastic architecture. There are 400 bridges in Amsterdam that connect to the city’s 90 small islands.
2. Santiago, Chile
Santiago’s a very modern city that’s easy to explore. It’s filled with excellent restaurants and shops and comes with a great entertainment scene and business district.
There are many historical sites to see and you can get a great view of the beautiful city from the air by taking a cable car across it. There are wonderful parks and art galleries and you can share a bottle of fine wine with the friendly residents.
3. New York City, New York, USA
You can find just about anything in New York City. It’s filled with historical sites, galleries, museums, libraries, theaters, bars, restaurants, and clubs. If you’d like to explore further than Manhattan, just take the subway to the
Brooklyn Bridge, where you can walk over to Brooklyn. There are many other interesting areas to visit, such as the Bronx, Spanish Harlem, and Queens.
4. Rome, Italy
Rome is another city that has it all, including excellent food, wine, and sites. There are numerous historical attractions and ruins to visit and you’ll feel like you’re stepping back in time when you visit some of them. It’s a lively and friendly place, making it ideal for solo travellers. Some of the most popular sites are the Roman Forum, the Colosseum, the Spanish Steps, and Trevi Fountain.
This magnificent country is snuggled in between India, Tibet, and China. It sits in the Himalayan foothills and offers some of the most amazing views of the region. You’ll be able to witness some interesting festivals and sacred fortresses as well as go on hikes with local guides. It’s a hidden gem and a great place for solo travellers who’d like to explore somewhere a little different.
6. Reykjavik, Iceland
This is an excellent destination that’s off the beaten track. There’s so much natural beauty here that you’ll be tempted to spend hours exploring and hiking in the wilderness. The city center also has enough attractions to keep you busy. The most popular site is the Blue Lagoon, which is a 10,000-square-foot bath which offers spectacular views of the countryside.
7. Paris, France
The City of Lights is known as a romantic spot, but it’s just as interesting for those travelling on their own. It can be explored by day and night as every avenue seems to lead to something just as interesting as the last. It’s filled with history, culture, museums, galleries, theaters, and exceptional architecture. The shopping’s great, as are the cafés, restaurants, wine, and clubs.
8. San Francisco, California, USA
San Francisco has a happening art and music scene along with a lot of natural beauty. You’ll find some excellent seafood at the restaurants and some trendy cafes. Some of the most popular attractions are Alcatraz, the Golden Gate Bridge, and Fisherman’s Wharf. Take the streetcars as you explore the sites in this beautiful hilly city.
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