Thinking about travelling by yourself? It may seem like a daunting task but in reality this is one of the most rewarding ways to discover the world and develop as an individual. It’s no wonder thousands of young people in their early twenties prefer to backpack around the globe before committing to studying or pursuing a difficult career path. So let’s take a look at some of the best places to visit solo in the opinion of the portal TripMyDream.

  1. Taipei, Taiwan

Experience food, fashion, and exotic culture like never before. Hundreds of street food vendors and colourful markets will leave you wandering for hours. If that’s not what you’re looking for there are dozens of beautiful nature destinations right in the city.

  1. Toronto, Canada

The city is full of excitement and rich history. It’s one of Canada’s biggest cities. But don’t spend all of your time in the buzzing metropolis take at least one day to escape and discover the leafy Toronto islands for yourself.

  1. Rio De Janeiro, Brazil

This is arguably one of the most beautiful cities in the whole world. The breathtaking mountains, golden beaches, and the deep blue water will keep you captivated for days on end. But don’t be fooled into thinking these are the only attractions. Take some time to explore the historic buildings, museums, and ancient churches.

  1. Dubrovnik, Croatia

The low crime rate and easy mode of transportation around the city makes this an ideal place for solo female travellers. The cobblestone streets and hipster shops make this the perfect getaway for stylish artisans. Explore the medieval castle of Dubrovnik, its walls are more than 6,000 feet high. Take a leisurely stroll and take in the amazing view of the coastline.

  1. Saba, Caribbean

Enjoy scuba diving and hiking each day. The area has some of the most beautiful waters where visitors can spot turtles and tropical fish in their natural habitat. It’s also highly recommended to reach the top of the nearly 3,000 foot peak. The view will be worth every step.

  1. Copenhagen, Denmark

Enjoy the iconic canal and the multicoloured houses lining the fairytale-like streets. All of the city’s best restaurants have unique and mouthwatering fish delicacies. Betcha can’t try just one!

  1. Norway’s Fjords

If you’re thinking of taking this trip to get in touch with your inner self – this is the place to do so. Take a sailing trips through the calm of the blue-green Norwegian fjords. Try the home cooked meals of the local pubs.

  1. London, England

There’s nothing quite like Merry Ol’ England! Spend a day in the British capital, no actually spend the whole week. It’ll be worth it. Take a trip along the River Thames,finally see Big Ben, and try some of the local snacks at the nearly one thousand year old Borough Market. On your evenings out head down to the West End to see some of those famous late night shows.

  1. Dublin, Ireland

An amazing cultural hub with ancient history. Take your time at the city’s museums, you will undoubtedly leave with some of the best historical and cultural nuggets. Soon after explore the  Guinness Storehouse! Some call it the ‘Disneyland’ for beer lovers.