It is not only possible but also enjoyable to explore the spectacular landscapes of Scotland’s Isle of Skye without a car.
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.
This Solo Travel Society member recommends a road trip on the North Coast 500 to anyone who loves nature and remote places with a bit of a rough spirit.
Two Solo Travel Society members, two different trips, two big thumbs-up for the history, landscapes, and friendly people of Scotland!
Inverness, Scotland is the home of the Loch Ness monster. Or, perhaps not. However it is a great destination. Here’s info on how to solo travel Inverness.
After 8 days hiking Scotland’s West Highland Way, this Solo Travel Society member wholeheartedly recommends it for active solo travelers.
Today’s Pic of the Week is of a gorgeous sunset on the Isle of Skye, submitted by a member of the Solo Travel Society.
This Solo Travel Society member found the ideal destination for a first-time solo journey, with beautiful scenery, tasty whisky, and friendly people.
This Solo Travel Society member says the Isle of Skye is one of the most beautiful places she has ever visited. When you see her photos, you may well agree.
I’m stepping in for a change and offering the Solo Travel Destination of the Week. My suggestion this time is St. Andrews, Scotland.
Short on time and money? This one day tour of Edinburgh does the city justice.
Edinburgh, Scotland gets a thumbs-up from this Solo Travel Society member for its castle, pubs, street performers, shopping…and the penguin parade!