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The Perfect Destinations For Solo Travelers, Post Pandemic
Solo traveling has become the move over the last few years, and we’re no longer waiting for other people to see the world.
As we wait for the world to open back up to international travel, many travelers are starting to plan their next solo vacation.
If that is you, and you’re looking for ideas on where to go, here are the perfect post-pandemic destinations for solo travelers.
The coastal city of Vancouver, is home to the holy trinity of perfect solo trips. Excursions such as Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden and Capilano Suspension Bridge, foodie towns like Granville Island and Yaletown, and jaw-dropping views of the city. Vancouver is the perfect place for the solo traveler who wants to do it all.
Singapore, known as the luxury playground, is the ultimate solo traveler destination. Start your day visiting Garden By The Bay, a luxury nature park in the Marina Bay district of Singapore. The park also has three waterfront gardens. Thian Hock Keng and National Gallery Singapore—named the greatest museum in the world— are must-see activities when visiting The Lion City. Pro Tip: Be sure to check out Marina Bay Sands, the largest infinity pool in the world
Tuscany, the most romantic city in Italy, is also the place solo women travelers come to decompress. Stroll through history when visiting the historic Boboli Gardens or The Cathedral of Santa Maria, the third largest church in the world. The trip wouldn’t be complete without a Chianti Wine Tour and tasting authentic gelato from Gelateria Dondoli .
The largest city in Spain, perfectly mixes old and new. Take a ride on the rowboats at Plaza de España to view the city, then stop at Seville’s most famous tapas restaurant Bar Santa Ana. To end the night, put on your dancing shoes and visit Tablao Flamenco en Sevilla for an authentic Spanish dance lesson.
As one of the safest destinations in the world, Dublin is an ideal destination for solo travelers. See what all the “fish n’ chips” hype is all about at the infamous Leo Burdocks. After a quick bite to eat, explore Dublin’s Ha’Penny Bridge or Howth Cliff Walk for scenic views of the city. End or start your night at The Temple Bar, where you can choose from over 450 rare whiskeys native to Ireland.
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