Another great destination for solo travelers is the Netherlands. Friendly people, lots of things to do, picturesque views…you name it, they have it!
Have you been to the Balkans? If you’re still planning your trip, don’t skip Montenegro, the small country of black mountains. Here are some Montenegro solo travel tips for you.
I have had a lot of memorable moments in my travels. One of them happened in Florence, Italy. Here are my recommended things to do in Florence plus my experience of an unforgettable day in the city.
If Ireland is in your bucket list, as it is in mine, you would find these Dublin solo travel tips from Carol of Wayfaring Views very helpful.
Portugal is one of the cheapest countries in Europe. There are loads of things to do, and the food is great. Here are some Lisbon solo travel tips for those who are planning to visit the city.
Have you always wanted to visit Iceland? Find everything you need to know about going there in this Iceland travel guide from a Girls Love Travel member.
Have you been to Estonia? Tallinn, according to fellow blogger Pretty Wild World, is a good option for solo travelers. Here’s her guest post about traveling there.
Hungary should be in your list of countries to visit if you plan on backpacking in Europe. Here are some Budapest solo travel tips from Jet-settera.
Taking the Golden Circle Tour is a must in Iceland. My friend and fellow travel blogger Kenneth Surat tells you why in this guest post.
Want to know what it’s like to stay in a convent, monastery, or a palace turned into hotels? Visit Castilla y Leon in Spain.
Park Guell is one of Antoni Gaudi’s masterpieces, a top tourist attraction in Barcelona, and definitely one of the world’s most beautiful public parks.
AQVA, Las Edades del Hombre’s 21st exhibition of Castilla y Leon’s religious art and heritage, is in the town of Toro in Zamora, Spain. Catch it until November 2016.