Many people trying to take a vacation find it hard to organize a trip with friends or family. It requires a lot of planning and each person has their own preferences, schedule, and budget, so why not try solo traveling?
Although it may seem a bit daunting at first, it is recommended to start on a small trip to a big tourist city. Most big cities in Europe are a great start, where there are plenty of activities and things to do and tourists are such a common sight that you won’t feel out of place at all.
Staying at a hostel is a great place to meet people and the staff is always friendly and have many good recommendations. No matter where you are from in the world you will probably meet other solo travelers who have the same interests as you and would be happy to join for a day of sightseeing around the city.
In addition, while traveling alone, you can make your own schedule and don’t have to rely on anyone else. If you’re an early or late riser or want to spend more or less money—It’s all up to you! Solo travelers can be more productive on their trips while simultaneously making new friends and going a little out of their comfort zone.