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!
Two different styles of solo travel in Italy: one traveler went as part of a group tour, one explored independently. Here they share their stories.
The most diverse landscape and the best scenery in the world. Iceland is a spectacular destination for a road trip that you will never forget.
Choosing a less busy time of year to visit Andalucia in southern Spain resulted in a such a great trip that this solo traveler plans to return next year.
Combining the peace of walking off the beaten track with the discovery of ancient ruins, medieval towns and castles makes for a perfect few days in Ireland.
Sometimes the most beautiful sights appear when you’re just strolling around a town, as in this photo taken in the Old Town of Brasov, Romania.
Planning a trip to Rome and Paris? Wondering when to go, where to stay, how to travel between them, what to do… here’s what you need to know.
A Solo Travel Society member captured a photo that shows Edinburgh, Scotland to be full of charm and beauty, even on a dreary, rainy day.
A visit to Malta comes highly recommended by two different Solo Travel Society members, regardless of your level of travel experience.
While discovering Irish whiskey on a recent trip to Ireland, I try my very best to become a whiskey drinker. The results were mixed, at best.
So you’re going to Europe solo. What do you need to know? Here are the basics with great tips from readers of Solo Traveler.
La Fête de la Musique in France is the day when everyone takes to the streets for music. It was on my bucket list of experiences. Here’s what you need to know.
This Solo Travel Society member created an itinerary to visit as many fjords as possible before reaching the hauntingly beautiful Lofoten Islands in Norway.
I have never felt so welcome in any destination as I did while exploring Ireland. Here’s an overview of my trip to Dublin, Cork & Galway.