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  • Solo travel destinations for summer 2011

    Montreal

    Montreal

    Now that it’s summer, it’s time to go traveling, but not necessarily with a big group of boisterous friends (not that there’s anything wrong with that). Traveling solo is one of those experience that everyone should try at least once in their life – it opens up your mind, allows you to test your limits, as well as meet a bunch of interesting new people who might teach you a thing or two about travel, and life in general.

    So if you are preparing to go on a solo journey this summer, but you are not sure what destination to pick, here are some suggestions for some amazing solo travel destinations for summer 2011.

    Vis, Croatia

    The island of Vis is the furthers away from the Croatian coast, and it has built up a steady reputation of being a refuge for artists, philosophers and solo travelers in search of some peace and quiet. The island scenery is blissful, dotted with vineyards, mountains and hills covered in fragrant herbs. The amateur foodie will also love it – the seafood restaurants on Vis are great are affordable. You can swim, dive, fish and relax on this idyllic island.

    Sardinia, Italy

    Sardinia, the second largest island in the Mediterranean, can offer you a unique traveling experience. It is very popular because of its stereotypical Italian beauty (it’s exactly like a postcard of Italy), and has some amazing spots for swimming, hiking or camping.

    The are lots of charming towns (most of them are small and thus walkable), and the cuisine is amazing with lots of differences from mainland Italian dishes.

    Scottish Highlands, UK

    There’s no better place for some introspection than the rugged landscape of the Scottish Highlands, with their windswept hills, ancient castles, cliffs and small villages. Much of the Highlands is made up of national parks, so there is much to see in terms of natural beauty. If you miss civilization, visit some villages: Aviemore, Dunoor, Mallaig, Oban and others.

    Montreal, Canada

    Montreal is sunny all summer long, and if you love music, then you have plenty of music festivals (and various other types of festivals) to entertain you. The cultural attractions of Montreal are too many to count, and Old Montreal is a great place to start if you want to see historical buildings or visit museums.

    Oaxaca, Mexico

    If you want to make the most of your holiday by learning a foreign language, then Oaxaca might just be the perfect place for you. There are more than enough language schools for any level of skill, and there is much to see in the city anyway – it’s pleasant, quiet and it has countless cultural and historical attractions.

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    Horvátország apartmanok wrote on June 13, 2011:

    Vis is wonderful as a touristic destination I just wish that folks were more polite.

     
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