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For The Solo Female Traveler

Empowering, eye opening, life changing, and challenging. Just a few reasons why traveling solo is such an appealing concept. The idea of taking off on an adventure like that of Cheryl Strayed or Gloria Steinem  sounds brilliant. It’s an opportunity to change your life for the better. It’s a shot at freedom and liberation.

With that being said, traveling alone isn’t always easy. And choosing the right destinations can be a mix bag of exhilarating and overwhelming. We’ve curated a list of top destinations we’d recommend for the solo female traveler. If you agree and want to take this trek, submit your information below! 

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Taipei

Country

Taipei
Country

Taipei is a city that takes great pride in celebrating its history. The people are warm and friendly and the culture is cosmopolitan. Taipei is a safe and easy city to explore by foot or by public transportation since the metro system is clean and efficient. The locals are also helpful and friendly, making this an extremely safe city for solo female travelers.

Melbourne

Melbourne


The city is sprawled over the banks of the Yarra River and is characterized by a network alleyways that can lead you deep into the maze of local street art. High-end fashion stores line the streets of the CBD, while more alternative shopping can be found on the streets of Smith and Brunswick. Melbourne delights solo female travelers with gardens, parks, theaters, galleries, museums, extensive shopping, and Victorian-era architecture.

Barcelona

Barcelona

Awe inspiring art and a vibrant street life, Barcelona is known for the masterpieces of Antoni Gaudi, top rated tapas, inexpensive high-quality wine, and boundless culture. Wander down vivacious Las Ramblas over to Sangrada Familia – Gaudi’s famous cathedral; this city has something for everyone.

Munich

Munich

High-tech cars, edgy art, and Lederhosen – Munich is a city where traditional meets modern. Nowhere in Europe has better beer than this Bavarian capital, Munich, the city itself is famous for Oktoberfest. This city is very tourist friendly without being overcrowded and touristy. Go museum hopping, taste some beer, admire the church of St. Peter, or enjoy a bike ride through the city streets. 

Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik

Roman ruins, white sandy beaches, crystal blue water, rocky coves of nearby islands, Mediterranean cuisine; Dubrovnick is overlooked by mountains and edged by the deep blue Adriatic Sea. This glittering jewel is a must visit destination. 

Stockholm

Stockholm

This city is beauty on water. Well historically preserved Stockholm is still quite modern, dynamic, and constantly evolving. Well known for it’s legendary palate, you’ll enjoy fresh and fine dining at every corner.  Whatever the global culinary trend is, Stockholm is on top of it. It’s hands down one of Europe’s most enchanting and impeccably preserved historic centers. 

London

London


One of the world’s most visited cities, London has something for everyone. Whether you fancy to spend all of your time in London or take a side trip through the countryside of England, you could spend a lifetime exploring this country’s culture, artifacts, art, and foodie scene. 

Reykjavik

Reykjavik

The capital of Iceland serves as a gateway to rugged adventures. Recharge post outdoor pursuits in one of the many geothermal springs or luxurious indoor spas. Iceland is ranked the #1 safest country in the world by Vision of Humanity.The landscape is so unique and stunning, plus it has lots of social hostels where you can find adventure partners to explore with

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