So you’re on your own and you want to travel. It doesn’t matter if it’s a recent development or just how you like to live your life. Being single can make travel a bit of an annoyance though since so many places make it a point to go on about how “romantic” they are or that they’re best for “couples”. So what are you supposed to do when you just want to get out there and live your life? OROGOLD has some travel destinations to suggest that can give you plenty to see and do all while you mingle. Regardless of your taste in friends and partners, each city is sure to have something to offer you.
Sweden really isn’t the first place that likely leaps to mind for traveling abroad, but Stockholm, as the capital, deserves special mention. The city enjoys a spread out and airy feeling thanks to its urban planning including a lot of green space and that is despite the city having one of the higher populations of the region. It also boasts plenty of cultural attractions to keep you busy night and day. Do feel free to sample the local cuisine though as the Swedes make excellent use its position to ensure a diverse array of cuisine is available. The city is certainly more suited to those of you with more quiet and solitary souls, but you’re sure to find a nightlife with only a little looking around.
New York, USA
New York has plenty to offer anyone. Everyone seems to be moving and speaking a mile a minute. There’s a good reason for that. If New Yorkers ever slowed down, they’d never get to doing half of what there is to do there. You can make great use of the night life available in different sections of the city to meet and mingle with others or simply enjoy music and drinks. You’re fine if you’re the more sedate type though. Museums, plays, and other cultural events dot the city. What’s available shifts from month to month, but you’re sure to find something you enjoy. Use this diversity well and hang out wherever your feel the best fit. You’re sure to meet at least a few like-minded souls that way.
Ignore the large print billing of Paris as the City of Love and Romance. That’s just for the tourists. Shy away from archetypal destinations like the Eiffel Tower and those romantic side street cafes in every chick flick ever and you’ll see the other side of Paris. As a vibrant cultural center, it has plenty to do if you want to kick back and enjoy some famous works of art, but why stop there? Parisians also enjoy a consistent and thriving nightlife that combines the best of Paris’ loves for good food and drink with its heritage. The best part for you if you’re traveling alone though is having your pick of the seemingly limitless fine dining venues in the city. Cuisine from all over the world makes its way to Paris, but indulging food from all the provinces of France would seem almost enough on its own. The important point is to remember that Paris doesn’t require a partner to enjoy.
These cities represent fairly diverse options if you’re looking to travel on your own. It doesn’t matter if you’re looking for a partner or not as you can still find things worthwhile in each city. Others options exist though as OROGOLD has passed over some of the livelier specifically party destinations. Think of these more as often overlooked options. Its up to you to remember them and make the most of them though. Happy hunting, gents.