Here are a few tips and resources to help you find the best seat on the plane based on what you consider best and your budget.
Train travel is definitely for me. On a recent trip, I experienced the efficiency, comfort, and convenience of trains in Germany and France.
Observing and meeting locals is a particular joy for me as I travel. Apartment rentals with hotel quality care are options I love.
Travel accommodations are important. Sometimes the most beautiful sight in the world is a comfortable bed after a long day of travel-like this one.
Solo travel accommodation – where to stay is one of the biggest decisions a solo traveler has to make. This guide is full of suggestions by solo travelers.
My top 10 tips and top 20 posts on how to travel alone. This article has, or will direct you to, all the info – all the basic solo travel tips – you need.
Here’s the first of my posts from my trip to Hong Kong and Myanmar – a quick overview, a tease on what’s to come and lots of photos.
Nothing that I planned on this trip worked out, but I learned three lessons about the importance of flexibility – and had a brilliant time.
Understanding the logic of how a destination works helps with solo travel safety. Here are tips on finding the logic to stay safe.
Here are three themes to inspire your summer solo travel, our top destinations for solo travelers for Europe and North America and links to info you need.
Single supplement waived – that’s what solo travelers are looking for. After all, who wants to pay for someone else when you’re traveling alone.
I love surprises as I travel. Visiting Miniatur Wunderland (famous for its railways and airport) in Hamburg I found 7 fascinating dioramas of the fall of Berlin Wall.
Eating alone is one aspect of solo travel that some people really don’t like. Here are casual and elegant dining alone options.
The merits of travel without a plan. There are many. Here’s my perspective and those of two prominent authors. Bonus: photos of my unplanned walk of Hamburg.
Budget New York City??? Yes it is possible. Here are my top tips for free and low-cost ways to enjoy this spectacular city.
This eerie shot was taken by a Solo Travel Society member during a walk through the Catacombs in Paris.
A day in New York’s Lower East Side offers a peak into the immigrant experience and a parade of pups.
Experiential travel is on the rise. Here’s are 7 important tips to help you save for great travel experiences.
Paris is an expensive city. But there is such a thing as budget Paris. Here are 32 free and low-cost tips for Paris.
It’s vast and diverse and friendly and much more than one would ever expect. Solo travel America and discover this amazing country for yourself.