7. New Zealand
When you think traveling alone is sad and you’ll be alone all the time – well, you couldn’t be more wrong. Traveling solo is the perfect way to travel. Plan the trip to be exactly how you want it, stay where you want, do what you want, choose the activities you want to try, Eat where you want, and the icing on the cake is that you don’t have to feel guilty or consider anyone else’s opinion or interest. It’s the best time to be as selfish as you want. What’s not to like?
It is a short trip, but certainly fun for those living in the United States. There are beaches for those who want to lie in the sun and relax, and there is a lively party scene for those who want to party. And don’t forget that this place is not just about food and partying, there’s also beautiful nature to see. Don’t forget to eat the real Mexican food, soak up the culture….it’s quite touristy and affordable, so you’ll probably meet new friends while you’re here.
Thinking of France is probably thinking of Paris and how it is the city of love. Generally Paris is a destination for couples. But overall, the rest of France is just as charming as Paris, if not more so. And Paris is just as charming even when you’re alone. In fact, if you go alone, you’re likely to experience a kind of French romanticism. While some parts of Paris have all the museums and art exhibitions you’d want to see, foodies will find exceptional cuisine. Taste some of the best croissants in the world, drink some French wine and you’ll feel like you’re on the set of a French movie. And you can always go to one of these small villages or a chateau near a vineyard.
Spain is one of greatest countries for solo travel. You will fall in love with the culture. The people here are very warm and welcoming, there is a great art scene and the food here is to die for. you don’t even need to look for a specific place When it comes to partying and having fun, Spaniards love to party, it’s in their blood, so it’s inevitable that you’ll come across some party and be invited to dance
The majority of people focus on England when they go to the United Kingdom, and though it is a beautiful country, we encourage you to take a trip to Scotland as well. You’ll notice that the people are easier to get along with,, the accents are charming, the sense of humor is great, and the natural beauty of Scotland is simply stunning. Seriously, go to the Highlands, see some castles, and head to Edinburgh for the gothic atmosphere, comedy festivals, and the cutest cobblestone streets. Glasgow is a must-visit for art nerds and partygoers. While you’re at it, you might want to check out the Loch Ness Monster to see if it’s real or not.
Ireland is a bit like Scotland, but different and definitely worth a trip. The country is very safe and, as a solo traveler, you will never feel like you can’t explore it for yourself. It’s also a very small country, so if you have Dublin as your base, you can make day or weekend trips to other charming cities, cliffs and simply enjoy the beautiful hills and green valley’s that Ireland has to offer. If you are looking for tips, the Moher Cliffs are a must; the Dingle Peninsula should be on your list and the more castles you visit, the better. And of course, going to a pub and drinking a glass of Guinness is almost a law there.
Iceland is a magical place to see during your lifetime, not just because you can see the Northern Lights there. It is like no other country in the world. The nature and scenery are simply breathtaking, a dip in the hot springs surrounded by snow is a must, whale watching is possible, the caves and glaciers are incredible, and did we mention the hot springs and waterfalls? Reykjavik is captivating, but don’t limit yourself to the city, it’s the wide open spaces that are the best part of Iceland, so go adventurous and explore.