Safest Places to Travel for solo female travelers visiting Europe


Traveling the world has a charm, be it with friends, colleagues, spouses, or kids, but traveling solo opens the doors to incredible adventures and exciting escapades. Traveling solo provides you with some serene moments to focus on your mental and physical well-being. This gives you fresh vitality so that you’re all set to conquer the world. So, if you’re ready to take the road, make sure your travel destinations are safe, especially when traveling on your own. If you are a solo traveler from Canada or unites states, we have culled a list of 4 European countries that you can safely explore.

Paris, France

Paris called the city of lights, will always welcome you with open arms. And it’s all safe to go on your own. Paris has the highest safety indexes in the world, and that is why travelers take the route to Paris because of the travel security this country offers. However, saying that a place does not have any criminal activity would seem delusional, but Paris has the lowest crime rate. You would take some necessary precautions in any big city, like getting alert of pocket-pickers, and you’re all good to explore the city. Apart from mingling into the hustle-bustle of the city, take time to slow down. When you visit cathedrals, churches, and Louvre, enjoy a warm cup of coffee and croissants, smell the sights and visit the fresh fruit market. Learning one or two phrases of French may be to enjoy the native experience.


Rome, Italy

Rome is the city that tops the bucket list of every solo traveler. Rome may not be the most beautiful city in Europe. Still, its rich history and easy accessibility make it a favorite town for every individual who wants to travel solo. This is why Rome is called the eternal city. And you know what makes Rome trip even more fascinating is Vatican City’s presence within its walls. So, you get a chance to visit the smallest country in the world. Do take out time to experience the grandeur of this small country. But, visiting Rome requires patience and a couple of days as Rome can be packed, and getting to the famous tourist attractions can take time. We suggest that spring and fall can be the best time for you to visit Rome as this country is flocked by many tourists in the summers, so much so that sitting on the Spanish steps and tossing a coin in the Tivoli fountain can be a task of its own. If you have decided to visit Italy, check out other Italy places other than Rome. You won’t regret it. 

Lisbon, Portugal

Is there anything not to adore about Lisbon? Everything from yellow trams to the Central Square and Sinatra castle to many restaurants, every inch of Lisbon is worth exploring. As opposed to Rome and Paris, Lisbon is less expensive, which means you’re getting a vacation of your life is much less cost than the other two mentioned cities. If you have decided to visit Portugal, spare some time exploring Porto. And take a trip to one of the world’s wine capital. Porto is as safe as Lisbon; however, make sure to drink responsibly when you are on a wine tasting spree since you will be traveling alone, so make sure you are safe. This country is the highlight of Europe’s northernmost part, and the trip to this country will be an unforgettable one. 

Budapest, Hungary

Budapest might not be on the top of your bucket list, but this city is undoubtedly one of the most comprised two cities, Buda and Pest, separated by a bridge. One side of the bridge is hilly and elevated, while the other is flat on the ground level. The friendliness of native people, the delicious food, and its affordability make this city the favorite for female solo travelers. Budapest is on the top of the safe city index, so we recommend it if you plan to travel solo.