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5 of the best destinations for solo travelers in 2019

5 of the best destinations for solo travelers in 2019

Solo travel can be scary, but a holiday alone might just change your life. Though you may be tempted to jet off with your friends and family, the experience of solo travel is one many celebrate and encourage, no matter what your age.

With such a big world, it can be difficult to know just where to start, so we’ve compiled a list of five of the best places to visit as a solo traveller. For more top tips on the best places for solo travellers, check out the tips from traveller extraordinaire The Secret Traveller.

Seoul, South Korea

A relatively unexplored part of the world for Western travellers, South Korea has quickly become a hub of culture, design and cuisine in Asia. According to SoloTravellerWorld, Seoul especially is renowned for its affordable hotels, a wide variety of Asian and fusion cuisines, and stunning architecture that makes for excellent Instagram snaps. You can even travel further outside of the city and explore beaches, mountain ranges and traditional villages. Aside from that, you can try the best dishes that Koreans love. Booking a restaurant in advance through the eatigo app can also help you get special deals and discounts and add a little luxury on your travel without spending much.

Copenhagen, Denmark

It’s not the happiest place in the world for no reason. With a charming blend of rustic Danish charm and sleek Scandinavian design, Copenhagen has one of the lowest crime rates in the world and is renowned for its friendly locals. Take a historical biking tour around the city or get up close to Danish royalty by visiting Amalienborg or Christiansbourg Palace. Don’t forget to try Denmark’s famously delicious pastries and cakes, too!

5 of the best destinations for solo travellers in 2019

Toronto, Canada

For those who prefer the adventure of a new city, Toronto might just be the place for you. Reported by The Economist as one of the safest cities in the world, Toronto is a hub of multiculturalism and popular haunts for solo travellers. Explore Chinatown, or head to Kensington Market for a foodie’s dream tour of hundreds of different cuisines. You can also wander round the city’s famous waterfront neighbourhood. If you’re feeling adventurous, you can even take a hands-free walk along the CN Tower Edge Walk, which is 1168 ft high.

South Island, New Zealand

Popular with backpackers and solo travellers alike, South Island is bursting with things to do. RoughGuides recommends exploring the striking scenery, including mountains, lakes and a stunning coastline. Regularly voted one of the most scenic locations to visit, you can fill your days with horse-riding, skiing, hiking, watersports and kayaking. Stay entertained while you soak up the brilliance of New Zealand in one of its most picturesque locations.

Budapest, Hungary

Eastern Europe is growing in popularity and Budapest is leading the way when it comes to safe cities popular with solo travellers. For those travelling on a shoestring budget, Budapest provides cheap accommodation, beautiful architecture and is full of restaurants, bars and a booming nightlife. It’s also popular with foodies – tuck into some sachertorte on either side of the Danube river, or try some traditional Hungarian dishes like goulash, langos (deep fried bread), or deliciously flaky strudel.

5 of the best destinations for solo travelers in 2019

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