It is a long time ago when traveling alone was a taboo. Today many people decide to go solo, to meet, to meet people, or simply because they have not found anyone to accompany them. Whatever the reason, the solo trip is gaining momentum and at dreams we love this trend because after all the important thing is to travel! Find more tips for traveling alone.
We love it so much that we are interested in the most suitable destinations for solo trips. Level of security, ease of access, opportunity to meet and interest of the destination were among the criteria we used to develop these top destinations for solo travelers.
What to see? Trinity College, St Stephen’s Green Park, Guinness Factory, Temple Bar District. For more activity ideas, check out our article dedicated to the Irish capital! Why go alone? Because the city is small enough to be covered on foot or by bike and you will feel safe there. What to see? Radhuspladsen, the Tivoli Gardens, the Amalien borg Palace, the Little Mermaid (Der Villen Havfrue), the Viking Museum.
- Krakow, Poland
Why go alone? Because many consider it the “new Berlin” and it lends itself very well to solitary escapades. What to see? The Wawel, the market place, the Notre-Dame-Sainte-Marie church, the Jewish district of Kazimierz, the salt mines.
- Prague, Czech Republic
Why go alone? For the lively and cosmopolitan atmosphere of the Czech capital that is only reserved for romantic weekends! What to see? Old Town, Castle District, National Museum, Jewish Quarter, Charles Bridge, among others.
Why go alone? Because it is one of the liveliest and cosmopolitan cities on the North American continent and you will never get bored. What to see? Stanley Park, Granville Island, Grouse Mountain, the Vancouver Museum of Fine Arts and the beautiful Vancouver Lookout to see the city from above.
- Alaska, United States
Why go alone? To replay “Into the Wild “, and discover spiritual peace. What to see? Denali National Park, Tracy Arm Fjord, Seward Village, the beautiful Inside Passage or the Mendenhall Glacier.
- Portland, United States
Why go alone? To discover one of the most “hipster” cities in the United States, where micro-breweries and vintage markets will allow you to meet very nice people! What to see? The Rose Garden, the Grotto, the micro-breweries, the Museum of Science and Industry, the Columbia Gorge.
- Santiago, Chile
Why go alone? Generally safe, the pretty city of Santiago is easy to reach and offers a destination of choice for single travelers (speaking a minimum of Spanish). What to see? Mercado Vega, Plaza de Armas, Catedral Metropolitan of Santiago, Cerro San Cristobel to admire the panorama, the Chascona.