Solo traveling doesn't have to be intimidating, in fact it can be one of the most rewarding things you do. Do you know where you should travel solo in 2017. Take these 10 questions and discover where you're destined to roam!
What do you most look forward to doing on a trip?
Exploring my spiritual side
Embracing the great outdoors
Trying new foods
Getting to know the locals
Discovering vibrant culture and nightlife
Which region of the world would you most like to explore?
The Southern US
The Western US
Where do you stay when you travel?
A inn or bed and breakfast
Which mode of transportation do you want to use to get around town?
My own two feet
Which sounds like the perfect day to you?
Strolling along the beach after a long day of relaxation
People watching in a cafe
Visiting some great museums
Hiking in a national park
Bicycling through a historic main street
When you need a pick me up, which drink do you reach for?
What music do you want to listen to on your trip?
How would you describe yourself in one word?
Are you an adventurous eater?
I'll try anything once
I like to embrace new cultures
I'm somewhat adventurous
I'm a pretty picky eater
What skill would you most like to master?
You should travel solo in Barcelona! Barcelona is a very walkable city that’s easy to get around in. So long as you have a map, you’ll have no problem navigating your way to shops, the beach, and even the park. As a foodie, you’ll have plenty of dining options in this town. Try eating al fresco at some of the waterfront restaurants and get your fill of people watching!
You should travel solo in Seattle! As an introvert, solo travel can be a bit intimidating for you. The good news? Due to Seattle’s coffee culture, solo dining and wandering is pretty commonplace. Plus, the high number of cafes means that you’ll have plenty of places to take a breather, people watch, and potentially connect with someone new!
You should travel solo in Munich, Germany! Germany is a very welcoming country with friendly folks looking to connect and chat with new people. Locals always welcome tourists with a smile. Whether you’re visiting a mom and pop shop or grabbing a pint, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to meet new people and explore this exciting city.
You should take a solo trip to Austin, TX! For someone who is a bit timid, Austin is a great place to meet new people and become totally immersed in the local culture. You can take your time wandering from food truck to food truck, hitting up some local music venues, and taking in the beautiful sunsets renowned in this Southern city.
You should take a solo trip to Copenhagen! This quirky city often caters towards parties of one. Highly walkable and full of interesting shops, cafes, and restaurants, you’ll be welcomed in with open arms. Attractions such as the Church of Our Savior are often full of single travelers, which will give you plenty of opportunities to connect!