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.
Like a lot of travelers, I have seen many, many churches in Europe. In Sicily, I found my favorite: the Cathedral of Syracuse.
This Solo Travel Society member packed a lot of exploring into a one-week trip to Granada and here shares her tips, observations, and photos.
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.
What’s it like to go solo on a solos-only tour? Here’s your answer with an overview of a fun and educational one-week trip to Sicily.
The iconic Matterhorn, glaciers, and goats strolling the main street: this Solo Travel Society member fully enjoyed the sights on her solo trip to Zermatt.
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.
This Solo Travel Society member found that her desire to travel to Norway and sit on the edge of Preikestolen was stronger than her fear of traveling solo.
Sneaking away from a conference I had the great pleasure of exploring Kitzbuehel, Austria solo. Beautiful at any time of the year.
If you are an inexperienced skier looking to practice and have fun, this ski resort in Bansko is the place to start, says a Solo Travel Society member.
A pizza and gelato cooking class in Rome reminded me of what I had already learned about Italians and cooking: simple is better.
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.
The Trastevere food tour is a delicious way to explore about Rome. Take the tour with me (in photos) and learn about my favorite discoveries.
A Solo Travel Society member shares some highlights from her trip to Hannover, Germany, a destination that she recommends for solo travelers.
Grace visits Germany as it celebrates the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. She discovers Martin Luther’s impact and a lot of kitsch.