Avoid the tourist rush and head towards these cities – Tips for the solo travelers

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Are you someone who is all set to approach the next vacation with enough fear just because you’re still a solo traveller and you don’t have a partner? If this is your situation, your coming trip would definitely be something that you would love to avoid. Wherever you visit, you will find a lovely combination of friends and couples, there are different ads and love songs being played at the background to which most couples will be swinging their feet.

Since Cupid’s arrows have been wedged within the travel industry, the excessively popular romantic getaways make escaping the travel event pretty tough for the travellers who travel solo. In the concerns of this article, we give you a list of cool places to travel if you wish to avoid the gooey-eyed tourists. You may check out TripHobo for more updates on travel and vacation.

  • Vilnius

In case you’re someone who is eager to gorge on hearty food or you love the look of cobblestone streets and you dream to have a reasonable night out, the likes of Krakow and Prague will be definitely the best places to go. Nevertheless, major parts of the aforementioned 2 places will be busy with tourists and couples and hence Vilnius is certainly going to make a worthy alternative. This is the capital of Lithuania and it remains off the radar for majority of the UK travelers but it has got several attractions for the solo travelers.

  • Budapest

This is often given the name ‘Paris of the East’ and it is the Hungarian capital which is also pretty popular among the couples. Nevertheless, it is nowhere going to be crowded and expensive during the weekends. This place is well-known for its nightlife and stag parties. Those who are interested in venturing out as per their own imagination, they can watch out for some unique venues which are totally different from any other place that you can find in the UK. Budapest is the also the place for architecture lovers.

  • Antwerp

Are you traveling alone since you don’t have a partner for this trip? You can rather consider Antwerp which is yet another Belgian gem which is enjoying a good status right now. The different districts have been rejuvenated and decorated with cafes, bars and restaurants and with the relaunch of DIVA museum in 2018 May is going to create the added buzz. You can also try out a bike tour and also visit Plantin Moretus.

  • Trieste

During a time when Venice will be washed with loving couples, Trieste which lies on the other side of Adriatic offers a sense of romance which will remind you of Byron. Similar to its famous neighbour, this is said to be the biggest waterfront square within Europe. Whenever you step into Trieste you will understand this is one of the places which lie unexplored and hence you will get the mournful romance which you get on a January foggy day.

  • Madrid

Europe’s third-most visited city is Madrid, the capital of Barcelona and this is also comparatively busy throughout the season. Madrid will never fall short of visitors but it is a calmer and more serene place than Barcelona. When city parks like Parque del Buen, Jardines de Sabatini are there, you will get various places for afternoon stroll as art lovers will be able to spend long hours strolling through the amazing art galleries.

Therefore, now that you know the destinations to visit during a weekend if you’re a solo traveler, you don’t have to worry about being surrounded by curious tourists.