No need for a partner while you are traveling the world in certain places! You face a problem? We are bound to find a solution for it! “Travel alone”.
Surveys conducted recently tells us that Spain is the best place for vacations if you are traveling alone. There is no better place in the world than Spain to travel alone. In this 21st century, people are more independent and they loathe depending on someone else for traveling. For tourism lovers we identified top 5 places to travel alone.
The Best Countries to Travel Alone include Brazil, Italy and Portugal with seven key features significant for an experience of a lifetime- socially available, inviting, fun, wonderful atmosphere, protected, grand and unapproachable.
Pakistan and Iran, however were identified as the two places unfit to travel alone as human rights violation is noticeably high.
Countries To Visit When Traveling Alone
No. 5 – Brazil
Rain-forests, Metropolises and Sandy beaches- Brazil has it all and was able to attract 6.4 Million International Tourists Travels in 2014. It is the largest country in South America to draw this much tourist’s attraction.
No 4 – New Zealand
With bungee jumping, white water rafting and beautiful coral reefs- New Zealand is able to attract 2.8 Million International visitors each year.
No 3 – Australia
Traveling alone to Australia is worth it. With the Sydney’s famous Opera House and Melbourne’s wine country this is the place which attracts nearly 6.6 Million International Tourists every year.
No 2 – Italy
With authentic Tuscan food, water taxis in Venice, and a wealthy history of art, architecture and cuisine to explore – Italy was the fifth- most popular tourist destination in 2014. After all, who does not want to see the famous sculptures of Michelangelo?
No 1 – Spain
The third most popular tourist destination is the best to travel alone. It attracted 65 Million tourists in 2014 because there is a lot more to see and explore including Seville – a city marked with Jewish, Christian and Muslim influences and places like Barcelona’s tree-lined Las Ramblas.