Sometimes it’s hard to find the right company for a romantic trip. To experience new emotions and find a moment to put your thoughts together, you should try traveling without a companion. Discover the most romantic cities in the world for solos: 

Dublin, Ireland

Dublin is a controversial city, which is proud of its history and international population. It’s almost impossible not to fall in love with it.

Bookworms will find tours around the city’s small cobbled streets, ancient bell-towers, and Georgian townhouses, where such writers as Oscar Wilde, James Joyce, and Bram Stoker once lived. Breathe in the fresh air in one of the many Dublin parks, like the Phoenix Park, home to wild deer. 

The Irish are a nation known for its cheerful character, and you can see it for yourself. Just go to a traditional Victorian pub, take a seat at the bar, and a minute later you’ll be drinking Guinness in the company of your new best friends.

Havana, Cuba

If you’re looking for more vivid and bright experience for your next trip alone, then book a flight to Havana. Try the local street food – fried croquettes, and visit the Old Town with a five-hundred-year history to see how modern Cuba’s living. Check out fashion boutiques, cafes, and workshops.

A trip to Cuba can’t be called complete without a leisurely stroll along the Malecon seafront in Havana to view those famous American vintage cars and colonial buildings. If you really want to get acquainted with locals, put on some comfortable shoes, grab a bottle of wine, and spend a tropical evening dancing at the seafront.


It's foolish to deny the obvious fact: Fiji is a real beauty. It is 332 islands of sun and sand, where you always can find a secluded place, away from the crowds of newlyweds.

When you’re done enjoying the local beaches, go explore another, more severe side of Fiji. Just a half hour drive from the capital of Suva, to the Kolo-i-Suva reserve, and you’ll find wonderful hiking trails. If you prefer underwater life, then dive into the azure water and watch exotic fish and soft corals.

Miss some basic human communication? Spend an evening in the city, make friends with the locals, taste the freshest kokoda (Fijian version of seviche) and relaxed way of life locals lead.

Thimphu, Bhutan

If you’re looking for a truly life-affirming experience, then go to Bhutan. This country, which is famous for its mountain monasteries, opened its borders to foreigners only thirty years ago, and the culture of Western civilization hasn’t affected it yet.

Moreover, in Bhutan, people are so sensitive to their roots and culture that foreign travelers should prepare seriously before going to the country – they must prepay a tour as part of the group; Tours are designed for curious travelers who want to explore this mystical Buddhist kingdom.

Gothenburg, Sweden

Friendly Gothenburg is famous for its culture and Scandinavian style. At the same time, this city is much cheaper than Stockholm to visit and stay.

The incredible aromas coming from the Gothenburg botanical garden will entice you to explore one of the largest plant nurseries in Europe. Have a quick snack at the Saluhallen market, and go for a water excursion. This leisurely trip under 20 bridges through the XVII century channels is the best way to navigate in the city.

But Gothenburg is not only the channels, old fortresses, and the port. It’s also the birthplace of many young designers. You’ll see when exploring boutiques of the fashionable Magasinsgatan Street and visiting the Röhsska museum.