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How I bought a ticket to Paris and fell in love with solo travel

I just returned home from a few days solo trip to the capital of Ukraine, Kyiv. I had a blast and really loved the city. Before writing about my experiences there, I felt like sharing some thoughts about solo travelling and how I learned to love it – maybe you will find inspiration for yourself, …

Alone in Santorini – A Solo Traveller’s Perspective

Going to Santorini solo, are you out of your mind? That was what I was asking myself when I started to plan my Greek island hopping and knew that Santorini was one of the islands I definitely wanted to pay a visit – although I have been there before when I was a child. This time …

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15 Tips How To Handle Unwanted Male Attention as a Solo Travelling Woman

As a frequently solo travelling woman, I’ve had my fair share of unwanted male attention. That can vary from a rather innocent flirt and long looks to catcalling and plain harassment. Obviously, how you decide to react or handle the attention, depends on the gravity of attention and how disturbing you find it. And of …

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5 Best European Capitals for Solo Travellers

I have travelled in several European capitals on my own and noticed that some cities work better for a solo (female) traveller than others. Whether you are looking for proving yourself a delightful weekend get-way or exploring the capitals more in-depth, here is my current Top 5 List of Best European Capitals for Solo Travellers. …

The Perfect Remote Village Get-Away in Agia Roumeli, Crete

This summer, I spent over two weeks in a small, remote village named Agia Roumeli at the end of Samaria gorge in Crete island. Agia Roumeli is located in the South-West of Crete, between the mountains of Lefka Ori (the White Mountains) and crystal clear Libyan Sea. The village is built on the ruins of …