7 of the Safest Cities for Women to Travel to Alone ...


Traveling solo is one of THE best experiences ever and I highly recommend it.

One of the biggest issues perceived by those who want to try it but are scared to, is that traveling alone as a female is a dangerous thing to do.

Let me assure it’s not.

No more than any woman walking around by herself when not on holiday.

Apply some common sense, obey the laws and unwritten rules of the destination and you are no more at risk than if you travel with someone else.

If you want to give solo travel a go, but are still a bit tentative, I recommend these as safe cities for women to travel to alone.

1. As Safe as a Mermaid in Copenhagen, Denmark

As Safe as a Mermaid in Copenhagen, Denmark

Home to the Tivoli Gardens amusement park, Christiansborg Palace and Frederik's Church, the capital of Denmark is one of the safest cities for women to travel alone to in Scandinavia.

It's a great place to come for shopping and sightseeing.2

Copenhagen's beautiful architecture, cultural treasures and manifold tourist attractions make this 2,000,000-strong place one of the favorite city break destinations in Europe.

From its goddess Gefjun fountain that depicts the mythology of Denmark's creation and magic within Norse religion to the cute statue of Hans Christian Andersen's Little Mermaid, Denmark is an enchanting place where women can feel safe.3

2. Be a Beach Babe in Auckland, New Zealand

Be a Beach Babe in Auckland, New Zealand

The famous "City of Sails" boasts ca.

1,400,000 inhabitants who are seemingly intent on getting along harmoniously, for Auckland is one of the safest cities for women to travel alone and have fun in New Zealand.

Auckland's huge Waitemata yachting harbor and marina gave the city its maritime nickname.

With a 3 km long stretch of beaches with gleaming white sand in the municipality of Orewa and the fabulous natural thermal springs at the Waiwera Thermal Resort Auckland is so much more than just a Mecca for the world's sailing and yachting fraternity.

Try Auckland Art Gallery for a cultural hot spot and Queen Street, Ponsonby Road, Parnell and Newmarket for great shopping.

For a breath of fresh air try Albert Park in downtown Auckland.

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