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The Pic of the Week is generally drawn from photos submitted to the Solo Travel Society Facebook Group, providing an opportunity for solo travelers to share with us a favorite photo from their travels.
This week, I'm sharing a photo that I took while on a tour of the Basilica di San Vitale in Ravenna, Italy a few days ago. Built in 548, the Byzantine mosaics are absolutely incredible. You can look in any direction – down to the floor, around at the walls, up to the arches or overhead at the dome – and gaze in awe at the craftsmanship and beauty.
For more photos and solo travel stories about destinations around the world, most of which have been submitted by readers, check out our Solo Travel Destinations Page where you can search by country.
Have you traveled solo to a destination that you loved and would recommend to other travelers? Consider submitting a post about your trip with photos, tips for where to stay, what to eat, how to get around, and advice for enjoying the destination. You can use our easy online form.
Do you have a great photo from your travels that you would like to share? Join our community of more than 250,000 solo travelers on Facebook. You can submit pics for consideration there anytime, along with a description of where the photo was taken.
Ready to book your trip? Go straight to our Cool & Useful Trip Planning Resources page. Here you will find links to our recommended providers, the products we personally use on every trip, our go-to booking sites, and a few interesting resources we’ve come across that we think you’ll like.