10 Destinations to Solo Travel for Valentine’s Day- (that won’t remind you you’re single)

Sarah Fay Solo Travel blogger in old San Juan at Castillo San Cristóbal with the La Perla neighborhood basketball court in background.

Many people don’t think to solo travel for Valentine’s Day. While booking a solo trip over Valentine’s Day may feel odd, in fact it isn’t. February is actually an amazing month to travel. Not only are the flights cheap, but many tourist destinations are not too busy, which means amazing DEALS! Solo travel destinations for Valentine’s Day is great for treating yourself, and show love to yourself.

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25 Unique Things to Do in Budapest- An Ultimate Guide to the Hungarian Capital

Have a trip planned to the beautiful Hungarian Capitol coming up? Well if so then here is your comprehensive guide to fun things to do in Budapest, Hungary. 

Or maybe this is your first time hearing about Budapest. I remember the first time I heard of Budapest. I was in a hostel in Munich speaking to some Australians about how epic and beautiful the Hungarian capitol was.

Fast forward after two visits to Budapest, and moving there for 9 months I can tell you they were right. 

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Helsinki the Hidden Gem of Scandinavia

Sitting on the Steps with Helsinki Cathedral in the background.

Helsinki is off the beat track when it comes to the normal “Scandinavian tourist trail”. Most people traveling to Scandinavia head to Copenhagen, the Fjords of Norway, and Stockholm, and seem to skip over Helsinki.

To be honest I have never been so pleasantly surprised by a country and city, such as Helsinki. I used to be a travel snob. Wondering why people would go to certain destinations over more popular destinations such as Italy, or Spain.

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Glasgow vs. Edinburgh: Which City Should You Visit in Scotland?

Glasgow vs. Edinburgh

After living in Edinburgh, Scotland in fall of 2016 I learned about the rivalry between Glasgow and Edinburgh.  Yet I never understood the real root of it and joined ranks with Edinburgh lovers. However, after this summer I found that Glasgow was a gem that I had missed during my time living in Scotland. Other than a brief time at the Glasgow airport and trip to the bus station I largely had written it off. I preferred to go to the Highlands, see castles in the countryside, and visit the picture-perfect postcard settings such as the Isle of Skye and Iona.

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