While some of us don’t want to head on vacation with anyone less than a group of our closest friends, others can’t wait to spread their wings and do things their own way. If that sounds familiar, you might want to check out the safest European cities for solo female travelers.
Being the capital of Austria and earning the nickname of the ‘city with the highest quality of life’ means Vienna is one of the safest European cities for solo female travelers. The best bit? Even with just 48 hours in Vienna, you can take in so much that the city has to offer. From music to history, there’s never a shortage of things to experience.
It’s no secret that Santorini is one of the more expensive Greek islands. Thankfully, there are plenty of ways to save money in Santorini and experience one of the safest cities for solo female travelers. Once there, taking in the beaches and picturesque architecture are two things that should definitely be at the top of your list of things to do.
The many canals across Amsterdam have seen it become known as the ‘Venice of the North.’ Of course, taking to the water is just one of the ways to explore Amsterdam like one of the locals. Taking in the history, meeting new people, and enjoying the city on a bike are other ways to take in everything this city has to offer.
So what if Paris is known as the ‘City of Love’? That doesn’t mean you have to go there with a partner, as Paris is also one of the safest European cities for solo female travelers. There’s plenty to see and do, such as the Eiffel Tower and Louvre Museum. Of course, this is all before you get to the delicious meals on offer.
Being one of the safest European cities for solo female travelers is just one of the many things Barcelona has in its favor. The fact there are so many incredible Gaudi creations on offer and most things can be reached by foot makes it even better. While it’s important to keep valuables safe in the city, Barcelona still ranks high for its safety in the city.
One of the best things about London is the fact the London Underground – often called the Tube – is so easy to use and can get you just about anywhere in the city. Combine that with the fact it’s one of the safest cities for solo female travelers, and it might not be long before you can check out all those London landmarks for yourself.
It turns out there’s no shortage when it comes to the safest European cities for solo female travelers. From cities laden with beaches to those filled with history and everything in between, the world can constantly be our oyster if we know where to look. The question is: where is someone supposed to start their grand adventure?