5- Copenhagen, Denmark Situated in the north of Germany, Denmark is a must-go for all the Foodists, the Sea-lovers and the cyclists. Staying here, you will be able to discover a whole new, extremely modern and fascinating world. Shop typical danish brands, enjoy their pastries and walk along the famous Nyhaven canal with its multicolored houses. To be honest, Copenhagen is the perfect City to eat you way through, watching the people and drinking some really good coffee. Just make sure to…
4- Salzburg, Austria Salzburg is probably the most relaxed city in Austria. You’re able to just rent a bike here and explore the layedback hometown of Mozart, and if you feel like getting a refreshment, you should take a drink in Austria’s biggest biergarten called Augustiner Bräu. But, Salzburg has way more to offer then that, since not only the Hohensalzburg castle, but also Mirabell Gardens and Nonnberg Abbey are located in this wonderfull town. Austrian people are very friendly and will…
9- Amsterdam, the Nederlands Famous for it’s colored houses, the canals and the houseboats, Amsterdam is just amazing to explore it with a bike! You don’t even need company here, because it is just so beautiful to explore the City and to get in contact with the people, since they probably are the nicest persons you could ever ask for! And if you wish on going to the beach, just visit the artificial island of IJburg.
8- Dublin, Ireland Situated on the midpoint of the East Coast, you can not only drink beer here, but you can also explore Ireland’s History and Culture. As everything is fairly close, you can easily walk through the city while visiting the Guinness Store (a must-go for all you beer lovers out there)
7- London, England London is calling Baby! Europe’s shopping metropole is just exactly the right thing for solo travelers who want to be exploring big Cities. Visit the Queen, overlook the buildings by visiting the Big Eye or explore the flee markets of Notthing Hill. It will be worth it, especially when you just sit down in a pub after 5.00 pm.
6- Stockholm, Sweden The cobblestoned streets of Old Town, or Gamla Stan, with coffee shops, restaurants, stores, and even a castle, provide hours of endless adventures, while the modern areas surrounding it are easy to navigate through its string of metro stations, which double as art exhibits. When you get there, promise us, to eat some Swedish meatballs.
3- Dubrovnik, Croatia Since the crime rating is very low in Croatia, you can easily wander around the streets, explore some local markets and get in touch with the locals. Especially Dubrovnik will give you the opportunity to relax and get your mind off, whilst enjoying this oceanfront City.
2- Munich, Germany In Munich, many locals will welcome you with a big smile on their faces. If you want to get into the german culture and make some friends on this side of the world, you should either grab a beer in a local biergarten (in summer) or drink some Glühwein which is hot mulled wine on the Christmas markets. The Germans are quite open and will love to chat with you
1- Barcelona, Spain Barcelona is the perfect City if you like exploring by foot. You can either walk along Las Ramblas and shop, or wander through the Park Güell which was designed by Gaudi. And when it comes to food, you can either dine some paella by the waterfront, or eat some amazing tapas in bars. Barcelona just brings you the exact balance between culture, food and shops.