Amsterdam is known as one of the best places to go to when you’re traveling alone. This city which is colloquially known as the “Venice of the North” is vibrant, friendly, safe and has a lot to offer, especially to female travelers.
Take a stroll and explore its gorgeous canals, well-loved museums, bridges and architecture. There are lots of activities that you can do while in Amsterdam, you can party, get to know its culture and history or simply relax and enjoy the calm atmosphere of an old European City.
Ladies traveling on a budget would surely enjoy the relaxing beaches, temples as well as budget-friendly food and accommodations in Bali which are ideal when you have no one to share the expenses with.
And besides, Bali’s breathtaking beaches and rich culture can help you unwind and forget all your worries for a while — even the fact that you’re traveling on your own.
The capital city of Denmark is one of the most intimate and safest places to travel alone when you’re in Europe. Many female travelers are attracted with Copenhagen’s nightlife, culture, shopping places and architecture.
To have a unique feel of this experience, you can explore this city on a bicycle since the it is compact and easy to navigate.
Guatemala is famous for its cultural and historic attraction including the Mayan Ruins. It is also one of the inexpensive places to travel to, so it’s a good destination if you’re traveling alone.
What’s more, Guatemala offers a lot of adventurous entertainment, such as whitewater rafting and kayaking that will suit thrill-seekers during their stay.
As the safest country in the world, Iceland is a great place for female solo travelers.
You can watch the northern lights, unwind in black sand beaches and enjoy the view of incredible land formations. After all, Iceland is blessed with many natural landmarks and breathtaking sceneries.
Often described as the most beautiful city in Japan, Kyoto catches the attention of many female solo travelers with its villas, imperial palaces, and a number of UNESCO World sites such as the To-ji Temple, Ryoan-ji Temple, Niji-jo Castle, Shimogamo-jinja Shrine and several others.
For sure you’ll find out that Kyoto is not just pretty, but it’s also a safe place for female travelers, just like the rest of the country.
Known for its incredible fashion scene and palatable food and romance, the city of Rome offers loads of exciting things to do for female travelers who are traveling alone. You can take a step back in time by visiting its ancient sites, like the Coliseum, Roman Forum and Pantheon. Go and visualize the full glory of the Roman Empire, or even see the home of the Pope at Saint Peter’s Basilica in Vatican City.
Wearing a pair of comfortable shoes, you can enjoy and explore its piazzas, and make a wish on the fountains located throughout the city.
Singapore is known as an ideal place for female solo travelers because it is safe, friendly and supremely clean. It offers lots of shopping opportunities, mixed cultures and delectable cuisines, which enraptures the ladies.
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