We asked you what travel has taken your breath away. Here are your answers. And hold on. This post will inspire more great travel.
When you have a life-changing travel experience is it really life-changing? Can it be sustained? Can it be taken home and integrated into life? Here are some ideas on how.
You’ve told us what you think, what you need and what you want more of. Now we let you know what you said and what we’re planning for Solo Traveler in 2016.
My 2016 solo travel plans are taking shape. Not all are confirmed but some are and it’s going to be a great year.
We’re taking a break this Christmas Eve and Day. We wish everyone a wonderful holiday whether you’re celebrating or not.
What contribution can you make to a more peaceful world? Here are some thoughts and practical steps.
Solo in Milan, I explore the city my way, enjoy aperitivo, and realize that dreams don’t always take the form that we expect.
What are the true costs of solo travel? In this post we explore the soft costs, the ones less considered that offer great rewards.
Please share your thoughts and suggestions for Solo Traveler in our annual survey. You’ll be helping us plan for Solo Traveler 2016.
A flight delay and a missed train left me with little time. But a lucky meeting with another traveler resulted in this beautiful one hour tour of Bologna.
Stories of meaning and off-hand comments not only inspired me to travel but also inspired how I travel.
The privilege of travel is not one to be taken lightly. With events in Paris this past weekend, my thoughts and concerns went in many directions and, finally, to hope.
A river cruise through southeastern Europe – from the Black Sea to Budapest. How wonderful! And yet I have slight hesitation. Here it is.
Solo travel can inject youthful vigour into life. And it can be a dramatic source of growth and maturity for the young. Here’s how.
It is as important to respect our commitments to work, family, and friends as it is to honor our commitments to fulfilling our own solo travel dreams.
Have you ever left the camera at home? This solo traveler spent 5 days in Rio without taking a single photo – and enjoyed the trip in a very different way.
It could be a specific genre, a festival or, as in this case, one particular album that inspires travel to Europe for music.
It’s surprising how often people are challenged for their decision to travel. And yet it is so, so good for you, your personal growth and for your ability to function at home. Here’s your perfect travel excuse.
On a recent trip to Ville-Marie, Quebec I encountered a lively arts community, a warm and talented artist, and a creative solution to my selfie problems.
Some people pine for them, some love them, some can’t understand them… yet separate vacations – solo adventures – can do wonders for your relationship.