The clubs of Amsterdam, the bars of Hong Kong, the trendy districts of Berlin, the white beaches of Boracay – to enjoy these places, you don’t need a companion (but if you lack one, seek Russian ladies dating foreigners may become a great solution for you) . Here are 10 best solo traveling destinations.
Forget all stereotypes about Amsterdam. It’s one of the most picturesque, cheerful, and friendly cities in Europe. Solo travelers have nothing to fear here: since 2010, Amsterdam is one of the safest cities in the world. Visit the Van Gogh Museum, Anne Frank House, and the tower of the Westerkerk church, overlooking the ‘gingerbread’ houses and curving canals around.
Boracay is a true paradise for solo traveling. You won’t get bored here: master your surfing skills or just rest on one of the beaches of the island. On the coast, you’ll find myriads of restaurants and bars with Filipino cuisine, seafood, and friendly locals.
Hong Kong, China
Hong Kong is a number one destination for a solo traveler. You can see, hear, taste, and try anything here. Rice cake at the Temple Street Night Market and fried crabs served in floating restaurants in the Aberdeen area will leave a bright gastronomic impression, and the Sohofama Bar on Aberdeen Street is the perfect combination of authentic Hong Kong and modern culture.
Verona is one of the most romantic cities in Europe, but this doesn’t mean that you can’t come here alone. Here are a couple of solo traveling tips for you if you decided to visit this spot: once you’re there, be sure to see Juliet’s House and take a stroll along the Piazza delle Erbe and climb to the observation deck among the cypress trees near the castle of St. Peter.
The island of Oahu is perfect for those, who love parties and active rest. Locals and surfers are very friendly, so you can easily find a company to climb mountains, catch a wave, or taste seafood and cocktails.
A perfect trip of a history fan begins at London’s Kings Cross Station. After 4.5 hours of admiring the scenery from the windows of The Royal Scotsman, you arrive at Waverly station. Here are some solo traveling tips for visiting Edinburgh: after you admire the city, don’t forget to visit the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, Queen Victoria’s favorite vacation spot.
The capital of Portugal is a great spot for traveling alone. Nightlife in Lisbon is not as active as in other European capitals, but this shouldn’t keep you from the pleasure of tasting Portuguese cherry liqueur ginjinha. During the day, you can admire the tiled roofs, yellow trams, and winding cobbled streets of Lisbon and try famous Portuguese pastel de nata pastries.
Visit extravagant exhibitions, walk around the city with a glass beer in hand, and enjoy local street art. Here are some solo traveling tips: flea markets in Berlin are no less interesting as the Reichstag, the Brandenburg Gate, and the viewing platform on the television tower. Check out the famous Green Door or Stattbad bars, the favorite spots of Berliners.
Australians consider Melbourne the second city after Sydney, but if you choose to visit it, you won’t be disappointed: life is boiling in Melbourne’s narrow alleys, cozy cafes are hiding behind the iron gates, narrow stairs take you to lounge bars, and old, creaky elevators lead to countless roof terraces with unforgettable view.
Sometimes the best way to relax is to be alone with nature. The city of Sedona in the heart of the American state of Arizona is best for such kind of rest. Stop at a resort in the middle of the Arizona desert (the best one is Amara Resort and Spa), sign up for spa procedures, go canoeing and visit the local vineyards.
By: Gabla Godwin / Showbiz Network Ghana
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