Solo travel planning takes some attention to details. Here’s your checklist, on trend for 2023, with jumps to in-depth information.
Travel alone and you travel on your terms. Here’s the ultimate guide with resources, tips, and advice to help you travel solo and love it.
After spending a month in Bordeaux, France Janice shares her top tips for an unforgettable Bordeaux experience.
Now is the time to go to Paris – before the 2024 Olympics. Here’s your list of the best hotels and hostels in Paris for solo travelers.
Here are great tips to solo travel Paris on a budget. This is a good time to plan a trip before they host the Olympics in 2024.
My first river cruise, a culinary-themed excursion from Paris to Normandy, could not have gone better! Here are some of the highlights.
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!
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.
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.
The pleasure of the self-guided tour I took in France lingers with me, primarily because I set my own pace and there was plenty of time to linger at whim.
Travel solo on a self-guided walking tour and the world slows down. In my case, I saw France at the speed of my feet. Here’s how a self-guided tour works.
On a self-guided walking tour of the Loire Valley in France I discovered the truest form of meditative relaxation in the simple process of navigation.
With only one day available to me, I had to take in as much of the city as possible. That meant walking! Here’s my one-day walking tour of Lyon, France.
About an hour outside of Paris is Monet’s Gardens, a day-trip well-worth taking whether you like gardens, art or simply want a break from the city.
This Solo Travel Society member says that a stroll in la Coulée verte, the world’s first elevated park will make all the difference to your Paris trip.
This Solo Travel Society member recommends Dieppe as a beautiful and historically meaningful destination.
Lovely, tranquil Chartres comes highly recommended by this Solo Travel Society member for the architecture, stained glass, trompe l’oeil-and macarons!
A dreary day in Paris – what better to do than go to a crypt? A really beautiful crypt that reveals much of the city’s history.
Dinner is a Parisian’s apartment, sipping wine, eating French food… heaven.
Paris is not known for being friendly but, explore the city with a volunteer Paris Greeter and you will most certainly discover warm, friendly people as well as a perspective on Paris that otherwise remains hidden.