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  1. Well, its so nice to read fellow female solo travellers . I also solo travel a lot, it comes with perks and some cons. I reside in Italy now, so I did this mini Balkan trip last summer. I covered Romania, Bulgaria, Croatia and Slovenia. Each of them amazing but I realllly liked Sofia and Zagreb for its food and architecture. I’d highly recommend to ya’ll to explore.

  2. Great post! There are so many amazing destinations on it! I personally love Bosnia. It is such a special country, and the people are so incredibly kind even though they have gone through such horrors. It really is the perfect place for solo travellers. It is easy to get around, inexpensive compared to many places in Europe, has a pretty good transportation system, and it has a mixture of history and more modern activities. They also have amazing coffee shops. I love sitting at a cafe people watching. Definitely a must-visit country in my opinion.

    1. Wow, sounds like an amazing place and even better because it’s such an underrated destination. I’ve not made it to Bosnia yet but hoping to very soon! Thanks for your comment 🙂

    1. I know, Malawi would never have occured to me before putting this article together. I’m always inspired by the adventurous spirit of these amazing women!

  3. I’ve only traveled alone once in New Zealand, and even though I made friends there and ended up travelling with them, its amazing how much of a difference it makes going on your own. I will definitely be trying this again so this list is super helpful x

    1. Thanks Sherry. I know, I absolutely love it. I come back feeling super chilled and it just gives me time to take it all in. Although I know it’s not always for everyone. Glad you love it too!

  4. This is such a great list! I really enjoy traveling alone and try to do it at least once a year!

    1. Thanks! Yes, I want to do it more often. It gives me such a good head for thinking and relaxing.

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