The best destinations for singles

Traveling alone has more advantages than one can imagine. To begin with, you do not depend on others and you can go at your own pace visiting what you really want. You choose the destination, the hotel, the restaurant. We could say that you have more time to pamper yourself and relax, and on top of that you can meet other people if you are open enough to strike up a conversation with someone you just met.

If you are thinking of a trip in single plan and you do not know where to go, I recommend you visit one of the following destinations, since without a doubt they are perfect to take advantage of an experience that not only allows you to know other cultures, but also allows you to know yourself in depth.

Prague (Czech Republic)

The capital of the Czech Republic is a perfect place to stroll without haste, enjoying the architectural beauty of the place, the mark that history has left on its streets and its famous bridges. In addition, from the top of Vyšehrad , which is in the new district of Prague, you can contemplate spectacular views of the city while you put your mind blank and let yourself be carried away by the charms of a place that not only offers you long walks, It also reserves a seat for you at the National Theater (Narodní Divadlo) so that you can enjoy yourself by witnessing a high-level opera.

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Munich, Germany)

Between beer and beer in one of its oldest taverns, what you should do if you travel alone to Munich is to soak up that mixture of tradition and modernity that allows you to choose what you most want at all times. And that’s not to mention the parks and gardens of the Bavarian capital , which are perfect for playing a football game or for lying down to enjoy the sun, which, even if you don’t believe it, gets quite hot in summer. Don’t forget to visit its art galleries, the hipster area (Glockenbach) and the town hall, which is simply beautiful.

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Glasgow (Scotland)

Glasgow is used to being visited by fewer tourists than Edinburgh, which is the capital of Scotland. Despite this, it must be said that it has a lot of charm and that it offers many leisure plans both during the day and at night. The latter is not surprising if we consider that college night never ends, of course you are always in time to make more relaxed plans such as getting lost between the pages of a book in one of its artistic cafeterias.

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New York, USA)

New York
New York is recommended for traveling alone or with someone. It is one of the most visited cities in the world and the truth is that nobody is surprised, since it has practically everything. Although people tend to move in a hurry and it seems difficult to strike up a conversation with someone, the truth is that New Yorkers are used to dealing with all kinds of tourists. Especially in Central Park , where the heart rate goes down and the good vibes take over the lungs of the Big Apple.

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Montreal (Canada)

Montreal is a city open to the world, and that is something that can be seen in the character of its citizens, who welcome you with great kindness from day one. That is why there are those who return home accompanied, or those who decide to stay there to live a new adventure as a couple to get to know the most important French-speaking city in North America.

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