Best destinations for Solo Female Travel

April 14, 2022

New Zealand

New Zealand is truly a majestic country, filled with jaw dropping views of beautiful fjords and glaciers. It’s also incredibly safe and I had no issues with walking alone late at night. The locals are very friendly and always happy to help. You can also comfortably dine alone as well.  Transportation is safe and comfortable as well. I typically took the bus or train between cities. However, I took flights, for longer journeys.


Known for tapas, paella, and mesmerizing architecture, Spain is filled with friendly locals, who love to engage in conversation. I used the high-speed train system to travel between most cities. Train travel in Spain is affordable, comfortable, and safe. Most Spanish cities are easy to get around by walking, and, rarely, did I need to take a taxi. In terms of dining, while eating out is an integral part of Spanish social culture and most dishes are meant to be shared (tapas), I did not find it challenging to dine alone at most of the restaurants and cafes. While most restaurants seem to be packed with people at nearly every hour of the day, most of them are accommodating to solo diners and it was to strike up conversation with the bartenders or servers.


This prosperous and bustling European city is filled with storied churches, picturesque streets, and statue-lined bridges, creating the scene for an urban fairy tale. The best way to get around Prague is on foot or public transportation. Exploring the city by foot is truly a treat for the eyes, especially since most of the main attractions are within walking distance of each other. While I had no issues with walking around the city, even at night, do be cautious of pickpockets, especially in Old Town and along the Charles Bridge.


The capital and most populous city in Hungary, Budapest is steeped with history and culture, from the splendor of the Neo-gothic Parliament building to the legendary thermal spas and ruin bars. The best way to get around the city is by foot as well. Nearly everyone speaks English and restaurants are easy to dine at as a solo traveler.  

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