Want to travel solo to Italy? May I suggest Bologna and Emilia Romagna. Here are 32 tips to make your travels great.
Driving the back roads of Emilia Romagna, Italy was fun, empowering and a feast for the eyes.
A quest for Balsamic Vinegar results in an understanding of Aceto Balsamico Tradizionale di Modena and the delightful hospitality of the family that produces it.
Traveling slow has many benefits, including the time to patiently wait for the right time to take photographs.
This Solo Travel Society member recommends Varenna as the most beautiful town to visit on Italy’s Lake Como.
Assisi is a beautiful medieval town perched high on a hill. Here’s a taste of it in eleven photos.
Long walks along the cliff road overlooking the sea, delicious gelato, evening strolls through the city-just a few reasons why Sorrento is a great destination for solo travelers.
From the Island of Capri to the steep cliffs of Amalfi to the ruins of Pompeii, the Amalfi Coast comes highly recommended by this Solo Travel Society member.
The art, the architecture, the romance, the people-watching…stories about Venice from two different solo travelers both result in strong recommendations.
In this striking photo, a solitary nun walks in Assisi, after leaving St. Francis Basilica.
A thought occurred to me when traveling Umbria. An unusual thought but it’s one solo travelers might enjoy using so… here you go.
Rome, Italy gets the solo travel stamp of approval from this Solo Travel Society member for the art, the architecture, the food, the shopping…and the men!
A Solo Travel Society member recommends Bergamo, Italy as a safe, beautiful destination with amazing food and art and many scenic walks.
A Solo Travel Society member stumbled across this very colorful scene while strolling around Ancona, Italy.
This Solo Travel Society member shares an impossibly beautiful sunrise shot over the Piano Grande in Umbria, Italy.