Top Best Cities to Travel Solo in Europeby Paras Holidays Pvt. Ltd Travel Agent
Traveling solo for the first time can be a difficult
experience, but there is nothing better than Europe tour packages. With plethora of history and culture to
experience, European cities give countless chances to learn, grow and explore
on your own journey. These 10 cities to travel solo in Europe have been
selected for giving numerous to discover, are all safe to explore on your own
and most significantly showing an opportunity to connect with locals and their culture.
1. Copenhagen, Denmark
Being Consistently ranked in the top 10 happiest cities in the world to live, Copenhagen is an ideal city to wander solo because of its old world charm, friendly locals and extremely low crime rate. The star attraction includes the visit to Freetown Christiania (self-governed commune), relax in the public parks and their effortless gardens, stroll along the waterfront at Nyhaven and spend some time by bringing the kid inside you out again at Tivoli Gardens.
2. Stockholm, Sweden
Stockholm is connected by 57 bridges and constructed on 14
islands that interconnect to form one of the prettiest cities you will know in
all of Europe. Having a great reputation for being the most stylish city in
Europe, Stockholm is filled with beautiful people, royal palaces. Venturing
this city solo will always feel safe, even at night during the dark (but still
so fascinating) little alleyways.
3. Bruges, Belgium
Bruges is considered as the most beautiful city in all of
Europe. It is situated by the sea in northwest Belgium, Bruges has an
old-worldly charm that is nothing short of a wonderland. The winding alleyways
that takes you to a canal or yet another bridge, the fragrance of freshly baked
pastries wafting through the town square, and the incredible details in the
intricacies of the architecture are all reasons to admire Bruges.
4. Amsterdam, Netherlands
Amsterdam’s night scene is a alive and thriving, making it
ideal for young people as a solo traveler. While it may known as the most
expensive cities to visit in Europe, the reality is you can experience
Amsterdam on a budget as it is home to some of the best cheap eats, hostels.
There is plethora of things to see and do in Amsterdam that you will require at
least a few nights to venture it all!
5. Edinburgh, Scotland
For a solo adventure to the Scottish Highlands the first stop
should be Edinburgh, the Scottish capital. The travel days to Edinburgh will
stole the show! This city is filled with rich history at every turn and the
locals are so welcoming that at a bar or restaurant you will always left with
new friends. If you are a Harry Potter diehard fan this city is packed with
Harry Potter destinations throughout!
6. Paris, France
Paris is packed with love and light for you. With so many
neighbourhoods to discover each carrying their own appeal, Paris is a city you
could stay at least a week moving solo, getting to know a varied ‘hood each
day. The major highlights are Le Marais, St Germain and Montmartre. Eiffel
tower needs no new introduction and is mandatory in your travel list.
7. Vienna, Austria
Vienna offers the timeless traditions and impressionist art
and artists by wandering through the cities’ museums. If you want a
multi-country itinerary that will cover cultural, history and aesthetics, then
nothing can beat the central European trifecta of visiting Prague, Vienna and
Budapest. These are three of the perfect cities to travel solo and each is so
extraordinary that you will wonder to believe they’re only hours apart by
The city is geographically smaller to others referred on this
list, making it a fine choice for those who lack direction and love to walk
everywhere. Make sure to spend at least a week in the country and adventure
beyond Reykjavik after a couple of days. This country is significantly safe and
easy to navigate, giving it one of the best choices for a solo road trip.
London, United Kingdom
London is always a great idea for solo travel adventures.
With countless free museums to move around and the ease of the famed
double-decker bus, this city will never leave you short of activities. One of
interesting aspects of this city is the ever-changing food scene, with endless
bakeries, vegan options now having a huge increase in popularity and a big
student population hitting the bar and club scene.
10. Prague, Czech Republic
Through its gothic intrigue, Prague has become one of Europe’s excellent cities to visit. It is also one of the fine cities in Europe to travel on your own; especially for those who like to walk around a city and visit the hidden treasures off the prime tourist streets. You can spend countless hours getting lost in the streets of the Old Town.
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