Solo in Amsterdam, I explored by boat and on foot, saw a bit of the countryside, discovered tasty new treats, and fell in love with the city.
This incredible photo was shared with us by a Solo Travel Society member who went kayaking in Trondheim, Norway as part of a 3-month European solo trip.
I was in Den Bosch for five days. I could have stayed a month. It’s perfect for solo travelers. Interesting, safe, beautiful and culturally rich.
Traveling solo isn’t always easy. Exploring London solo this time around I discovered how Monograms can ease the way for you.
On my first trip to the Netherlands, I fell in love with the canals in Amsterdam. Though it was grey and rainy, it didn’t detract from the beauty.
This Solo Travel Society member found Santorini Island to be a perfect destination for a solo female traveler and is already planning to visit again.
It is not only possible but also enjoyable to explore the spectacular landscapes of Scotland’s Isle of Skye without a car.
One day in Ravenna is just enough to cover the highlights of this not-to-be-missed, small Italian city. If you have time, enjoy it over multiple days.
This solo traveler found Graz, Austria to be a stimulating city with a good balance of preserved heritage and striking modernity.
On a recent trip to Ravenna, Italy, I was overwhelmed by the beauty of the interior of the Basilica di San Vitale, including this incredible dome.
Can’t you just imagine yourself here, strolling around Annecy, France on a sunny afternoon? This photo was shared with us by a Solo Travel Society member.
In a photography workshop on a solo trip to Norway, a Solo Travel Society member shot this pic of many layers of shale on the Lerner Islands in Svalbard.
This photo of lovely Mostar in Bosnia and Herzegovina was shared with us by a member of the Solo Travel Society who recently visited the old city.
I love Northern Ireland! From the cities to the countryside, here are 32 tips to help you solo travel Northern Ireland and love it too.
On a culinary river cruise in France with Vantage Travel, I discovered Benedictine, baked macarons, dined like Julia Child, and ate Baked Alaska.
My first river cruise, a culinary-themed excursion from Paris to Normandy, could not have gone better! Here are some of the highlights.
In spite of the summer crowds, a stroll through Monet’s Garden at Giverny, France is a beautiful way to spend an afternoon.
Three solo travelers, three different experiences in Copenhagen: one on a quick layover, one with more time to explore, one with 3 weeks to take it all in.
I love wandering through the remains of historical buildings, and the Ross Errilly Friary in County Galway, Ireland did not disappoint.
The 500th Anniversary of the French Renaissance would be a great time to enjoy a château walking tour in the Loire Valley. If those walls could talk!