Most people like to travel via agency arrangements, but there are also those who like to go on their own. Believe or not, solo traveling has its advantages. First of all, you can plan for yourself and not depend on any agency’s itinerary. Solo travelers are more inclined to meet new people and feel more confident during their journeys.
Solo traveling is a growing trend, and this is the list of top 10 cities to enjoy on your own:
1st Cancun, Mexico
2nd Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
3rd Cologne, Germany
4th Playa del Carmen, Mexico
5th Johannesburg, South Africa
6th Sao Paulo, Brazil
7th Auckland, New Zealand
8th Ciudad de Mexico, Mexico
9th Charlotte, NC
10th Buson, South Korea
According to our visitors, three of the most welcoming are:
Cancun is located on the Yucatan peninsula in southeastern Mexico and boasts a rich history, breathtaking beaches and crystal clear waters. The name itself originates from the Maya language, and is believed to mean “litter of snake”. The city has recorded a 170 percent increase in solo traveling bookings this year.
Cancun has an eco-archaeological park in which you can dive underground rivers and swim with the dolphins or large turtles. This park is rich in flora and fauna, and is decorated in the spirit of Mayan history. Another adventure that awaits you is the possibility of strolling through dense forests. There are more than 30 baths in Cancun, where you can relax and enjoy the action of the ancient Mayan rituals of liturgy.
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Formerly known as Saigon, Ho Chi Minh City is in the second place. It was the capital of the French colony Kohinhina and South Vietnam, until taken by the soldiers of North Vietnam in 1975.
Located in the core of the mouth of the Mekong river, it also has several channels. You can enjoy a multitude of attractions such as Ho Chi Min Museum, once known as a pier in the Dragon House, Ku’s tunnel, beautiful buildings, theater venue, a large number of pagodas and churches, and excellent cuisine.
A 2000-year old city Cologne which boasts a stunning architecture, came up third. The most famous “city ring” is “Kolner Ringe”, six kilometers long avenue, which stretches in a semicircle around the historic core of the city.
In the cafees around the famous Cologne Cathedral you can try the famous beer Coles.