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Punta Del Rey Hotel

Located 50 km from Gran Canaria airport, this 2-star Punta Del Rey Hotel Puerto Rico offers a mini market and a restaurant for guests’ convenience. There are 24 hour front desk assistance and shopping service at the hotel too.

The sheltered swimming Anfi Playa Beach is within 2.3 km from the property and Anfi Del Mar Beach is 25 minutes’ stroll from it. This Puerto Rico hotel is near a beach. A 15-minute walk will take you to the sand beach. There is Puerto de Mogan Village 15 minutes by car, and Puerto Rico around 10 minutes on foot from Punta Del Rey Hotel.

The hotel features 127 rooms equipped with a flat-screen TV with satellite channels and Wi-Fi as well as coffee and tea making facilities. A microwave oven and refrigerators are available upon request. Guests can enjoy views of the coast.

A daily continental breakfast is served in the restaurant. Refreshing drinks and snacks can be ordered in the poolside bar. Pizzicato is ideal for testing European, Italian and Mediterranean cuisine and is situated in 100 metres away. In addition, you can practise table tennis and billiards organised by this hotel.

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Room overview

The hotel features 127 rooms equipped with a flat-screen TV with satellite channels and Wi-Fi as well as coffee and tea making facilities. A microwave oven and refrigerators are available upon request. Guests can enjoy views of the coast.

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  • Wi-Fi
  • 24-hour reception
  • Outdoor swimming pool
  • Golf course
  • Restaurant
  • Children’s play area

Internet connection

  • Wi-Fi


  • Parking

Activities & entertainments

  • Golf course


  • Safe deposit box
  • 24-hour reception
  • Laundry
  • Medical facilities service
  • Shops/Commercial services
  • Bell staff/Porter


  • Continental breakfast
  • Restaurant
  • Bar/ Lounge area

Kitchen has

  • Kitchen
  • Microwave

For children

  • Children’s play area

Leisure facilities

  • Outdoor swimming pool

Rooms have

  • Air conditioning
  • In-room safe
  • Mini-bar
  • Balcony

Bathroom has

  • Hair dryer
  • Television

General facilities

  • Lift

Good to know

Check-in: from 15:00 until 23:59

Check-out: until 11:00

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Frequently asked questions

  • The closest airport is Gran Canaria, 50 km from Punta Del Rey Hotel.

  • Punta Del Rey serves continental breakfast.

  • Punta Del Rey Hotel Puerto Rico is within 1 km from the centre of Puerto Rico.

  • Popular attractions nearby include Anfi Tauro Golf Course within a 20-minute walk from Punta Del Rey Hotel.

  • Yes, restaurants near Punta Del Rey Hotel Puerto Rico include Pizzicato and Vivaldi Restaurante Italiano restaurants, located just about 5 minutes’ walk away.

  • No, Punta Del Rey Hotel Puerto Rico doesn’t offer airport transfer service. Please contact the hotel to learn more about additional services.

  • No, Punta Del Rey Hotel Puerto Rico does not provide baggage storage. Please contact the hotel representatives to learn more about additional services.

  • No, Punta Del Rey Hotel doesn’t have a pool.

  • Room price at Punta Del Rey Hotel starts at €149.

  • Punta Del Rey provides an outdoor swimming pool, a sunbathing terrace and a golf course.

  • Punta Del Rey Hotel includes climate control, a balcony and a kitchenette in some rooms.

  • Punta Del Rey Hotel Puerto Rico is set close to the bus stop is Escuela de Vela within 150 metres away.

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Punta Del Rey Only Adults

Punta Del Rey apartment is located in Puerto Rico, 10 minutes’ walk from Puerto Rico Public Beach, and offers guests a year-round outdoor pool and a pool area. Playa de Amadores Beach as well as restaurants, cafés and bars are near the venue.

The accommodation is 10 minutes’ walk from the Recreational Angry Birds Activity Theme Park. A beach is 150 metres away. The property is located within a 5-minute walk to The Beer Harbour and Oscar’s Restaurant. Anfi Del Mar Beach is set at a short driving distance.

The accommodation is fitted with a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, a sofa set and a seating area as well as has a bathroom with a tub, towels and showers. Featuring a kitchen, this venue also provides guests with a sunbathing terrace. The bedroom comes with single beds and sofa beds. The property is fitted with a private bathroom that is provided with a bath and a shower.

Kitchen equipment includes a microwave oven, kitchenware and an electric kettle. The apartment is 5 minutes on foot from Escuela de Vela bus station. Punta Del Rey apartment offers cars for rent.

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Main Features
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • 24-hour services
  • Swimming Pool
  • Private beach
  • Sports activities
  • Spa and relaxation
  • On-site Dining
  • Air conditioning


  • No smoking on site
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • No parking
  • Safe deposit box
  • 24-hour reception
  • No pets allowed
  • Adults only
  • Luggage storage
  • Lift


  • Kitchen
  • Electric kettle
  • Microwave
  • Toaster
  • Cookware/ Kitchen utensils
  • Poolside snack bar
  • Snack bar
  • Outdoor dining area

Leisure & Sports:

  • Outdoor swimming pool
  • Beach access
  • Sun loungers
  • Sun terrace
  • Garden area
  • Solarium
  • Golf course
  • Billiard tables
  • Table tennis
  • Public Bath
  • Pool with view


  • Housekeeping
  • Car hire
  • Tours/Ticket assistance
  • Shops/Commercial services
  • Fax/Photocopying

Room Amenities:

  • Air conditioning
  • In-room safe
  • Sitting area
  • Terrace
  • Hair dryer
  • Washing machine
  • Cable/ Satellite television
  • Parquet floor

Check-in: from 13:00 until 23:59

Check-out: until 12:00

  • Children and extra beds
  • There are no cots provided in a room.
Local Attractions


  • Angry Birds Activity Park (900 m)
  • Lineas Bluebird (850 m)
  • Puerto Rico beach (850 m)
  • Aqua Park (1.3 km)
  • Puerto Rico Marina (650 m)
  • Playa de Amadores (700 m)
  • SPAR Centro Comercial Europa (700 m)


  • Gran Canaria (49 km)


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Frequently asked questions

  • A nights’ stay in Punta Del Rey apartments will cost €139.

  • Punta Del Rey apartments lie within 50 km away from Gran Canaria airport.

  • You can visit The Beer Harbour and Oscar’s Restaurant restaurants which are located not far from Punta Del Rey apartments.

  • No, high-speed Internet access is not offered at Punta Del Rey apartments.

  • Yes, rooms of these apartments enjoy scenic views over the harbour.

  • The city centre is 10 minutes’ walk away from these apartments.

  • Unfortunately, Punta Del Rey apartments do not offer extra beds.

  • Yes, the building of Punta Del Rey apartments is furnished with a lift.

  • Punta Del Rey apartments offer 24-hour reception, housekeeping and shopping service.

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Editor’s note. Traveling can be tricky right now, but use our inspirational ideas to help you plan ahead for your next wishlist adventure.

Maybe all your friends don’t have money and can’t join you on vacation; maybe you prefer to plan a trip without taking into account someone else’s opinion; maybe you want your own Eat, pray, love experience and hope to embark on a journey where you learn as much about yourself as you do about the world.

Whatever your reasons, traveling alone can be one of the most enjoyable experiences in life. The benefits of traveling alone range from the freedom to fully cater to your every whim to a sense of empowerment and opportunity for reflection, self-discovery and new friendships.

Related: 10 mistakes you can make when traveling alone and how to avoid them

Four-time international solo traveler Christy McNiff shares these sentiments as she reflects on how inspiring traveling alone can be: Traveling alone also gives tremendous confidence and builds character. By learning how to navigate a foreign city, remembering how to drive a manual car, or making travel plans alone, you will learn to be more resourceful, and that sense of accomplishment will become your pleasure. nine0003

When you are alone, you also have the opportunity to make meaningful connections with people you have just met. McNiff adds, «When traveling alone, you’re sure to meet other friendly travelers with a similar agenda that you can join forces with when you want company.» It’s easy to have a more engaging conversation and you’ll make friends faster than ever at home or in a group.

Related: 4 easy ways to find friends alone

However, whether you are about to embark on your first trip alone or your twentieth, traveling alone can be incredibly stressful. We wouldn’t want the lack of company to stop you from ticking off your wishlist, so we’ve put together a list of countries ideal for both beginners and experienced solo travelers — safe destinations where you can expect a warm welcome.

So pluck up your courage, book your ticket and get ready to embark on an unforgettable solo journey. nine0003

1. Iceland

A woman watches the sunset from behind a waterfall in Iceland. Credit: Jordan Siemens/Getty Images.

There’s a reason Iceland has consistently ranked among the top destinations in recent years: the country is a haven for nature-loving travelers, with caves and caverns to explore, volcanoes and glaciers to explore, and geothermal spas to explore. relax — and since then. it is the most peaceful country in the world, according to the recent Global Peace Index report that solo travelers can explore the country without problems. nine0003

If you’re going to Reykjavik, consider taking a day trip to the ever-popular Blue Lagoon or whale watching at Faxaflowy Bay. For those looking to get out of the city, Thingvellir National Park offers camping, hiking trails, horseback riding and Silfra’s freshwater rift, considered one of the best diving spots in the world.

Related: How to see the northern lights in Iceland

2. Costa Rica

A young woman walks on a suspension bridge near the Arenal Volcano National Park in Costa Rica. Credit: Jeff Diener/Getty Images

Due to its high life expectancy and overall well-being, Costa Rica ranked first out of 140 countries in the recent Happy Planet Index, which measures well-being, longevity, equity and environmental impact in 140 countries.

Costa Rica has long had a reputation for being the happiest country in the world, and it’s easy to see why, from white water rafting on the Reventason River to ziplining through magnificent rainforests, down waterfalls and hiking in Costa Rica’s Arenal Volcano National Park. you will find plenty of outdoor activities to please your adventurous spirit. nine0003

If you need a break amid all the activity, Arenal has hot springs perfect for relaxing, or you can enjoy the white sands and wildlife at Playa Manuel Antonio, a tropical beach in Manuel Antonio National Park.

Listen to Travel + Leisure’s Let’s Go Together podcast for more inspiring stories and adventures about inclusion in travel!

3. New Zealand

Hiker in front of Red Crater, Tongariro National Park, New Zealand Credit: Matteo Colombo/Getty Images nine0002 New Zealand is a popular destination for backpackers, outdoor enthusiasts and thrill-seekers looking for places on their own — perhaps because it’s the second most peaceful country in the world, according to the Global Peace Index.

The country is a paradise for nature walks and one of the best places to meet fellow travelers. You can take a cruise through the fjords, rainforests and waterfalls of Milford Sound; helicopter trip through the Franz Josef Glacier; track part (or all) of the Alpine crossing of Tongariro; explore Waitomo Firefly Caves; or go whale watching at the Bay of Plenty. nine0003

If you need a little break from all your adventures, take a day trip to Waiheke Island for wine tours, or head to Hobbiton Movie Set to roam the real-life version of the Shire. With so many things to do, you won’t miss a fellow traveler.

4. Mexico

Narrow street in the old town of San Miguel de Allengue, Mexico Credit: Marco Bottigelli/Getty Images

When it comes to choosing a country for solo travel, there is no better endorsement than the advice of experienced solo travelers who have traveled all over the world. Ciara Johnson, blogger at Hello Ciara and solo traveler extraordinaire who has traveled solo to 60 countries. Her best bet for solo trips? Mexico. nine0003

“People might be surprised to know that my favorite country for solo travel is Mexico,” says Johnson. I have spent months touring the region and there is a lot to discover here. From swimming with whale sharks to swimming in cenotes and exploring ancient Mayan ruins, there is no shortage of things to do and see.

Johnson explored cities throughout Mexico, including Mexico City, Tulum, Puebla, Oaxaca, San Cristobal de las Casas, La Paz and others. “As a solo traveler, I liked that the region has a fairly developed infrastructure for backpackers,” she says. The culture is extremely rich, the people are friendly and the food will make you want to come back again. nine0003

Mexico also recently ranked second out of 140 countries in the Happy Planet Index.

5. Switzerland

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Switzerland is known for its stunning beauty and there is perhaps no better way to see Switzerland than by train. Purchase the Swiss Pass, which gives you unlimited train, bus and boat travel, travel past stunning waterfalls, forests and lakes, then step off the train to hike the Alps, visit medieval castles and drink Swiss wine. nine0003

In the country that invented milk chocolate, enjoying a decadent creamy treat is an easy task. But instead of just picking up a Toblerone or Lindt bar at your local grocery store, take a chocolate-themed walking tour of Lucerne and Zurich, or visit one of several world-famous chocolate factories.

6. Chile

Guanacos in Chilean Patagonia Credit: Getty Images

Janice Waugh, World solo travel expert, ranks Chile as one of the best destinations for solo travelers. According to her, Santiago is a modern city and a good starting point. From there, head south to the Chilean fjords and then on to Patagonia and Torres del Paine National Park, which offers exciting hikes for beginners and experts from the outback alike. In one trip, you’ll get an urban experience, a cruise, and some of the best hiking in the world. nine0003

As Wau notes, the Chilean landscape is as beautiful as it is varied. Whether you’re exploring Torres del Paine National Park or Patagonia’s San Rafael Glacier, climbing an active volcano in the Lake District, or camping under the glittering night sky in the Atacama Desert, you’re sure to find an adventure to satisfy your imagination.

Adventure meets culture in Santiago, and the city is easy to navigate on foot or by bike. You can walk the St. Christopher or Santa Lucia hills for panoramic views of the capital, visit the boutiques, cafes and cocktail bars in the Bellavista area, or visit the city’s many museums and art galleries. nine0003

For a more relaxing holiday, head to the beaches of La Serena or Tongo, or enjoy a tasting in one of Chile’s finest wine regions.

7. The Netherlands

Tulips and a windmill in the Netherlands Credit: Getty Images.

The Netherlands is a great place for the budding solo traveler to get their newly independent feet wet. In Amsterdam, with its relaxed and friendly culture, do what the locals do: get around by bike. Start at Vondelpark, a popular city park, and then cycle to world-famous museums such as the Van Gogh Museum, passing the city’s picturesque canals and bridges along the way. nine0003

Travel to Holland from mid-April to the first week of May and you will be greeted by a magnificent bouquet of the country’s most beloved flowers: tulips. Keukenhof, also known as the Garden of Europe, is located near Amsterdam and boasts over 7 million bulbs and 800 varieties of tulips. Or head to Noordostpolder to see the largest tulip field in the Netherlands during its annual Tulip Festival.

8. Spain

People on the beach against the blue sky Credit: Getty Images / EyeEm. nine0002 Spain has a little bit of everything to please everyone: art museums, great architecture, delicious food, stunning beaches, exciting nightlife and amazing hiking.

In Barcelona, ​​wander Parc Güell, a public park that is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It features modern architecture, sculptures and mosaics designed by the Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí. Continue your Gaudí tour to the Sagrada Familia (no, even after almost 140 years the building is still not finished!), before moving on to the Picasso Museum. When you get hungry, head to La Boqueria, the city’s oldest market. nine0003

You can also find some of the best beaches in the world in Spain, such as Ocata Beach near Barcelona and Socorro Beach in Tenerife. The daring and truly adventurous can join an organized hike through the Caminito del Rey in Malaga or start their journey through the famous Camino de Santiago.

9. Austria

The famous Mirabell Gardens with historic fortress in Salzburg, Austria Credit: Getty Images / iStockphoto.

Austria is a must visit for solo travelers who love fine culture. See for yourself why Vienna is known as the city of music and visit a concert at the State Opera or the Musical Society. The city also boasts over 100 museums, which are ideal for experiencing traditional Viennese coffeehouse culture. In Salzburg against the backdrop of The Sound of Music , musical lovers can go on themed city tours and end the trip by visiting Mozart’s birthplace and climbing to the top of the mountain. Fortress Hohensalzburg for unforgettable city views.

But Austria is not only about art, food and culture: there are adventures ahead. Avin Klein, a longtime digital nomad and founder of web development agency Success Agency, lists Austria as his favorite solo travel destination. Although he usually travels with his wife and two children, he occasionally sets off from his home base in Florence on solo adventures, especially when it involves his favorite hobby: bungee jumping. nine0003

As I’m a bit adventurous, Austria is perfect, with plenty of opportunities for thrill seeking like whitewater rafting, mountain biking and my favorite activity, bungee jumping, says Kline. And the scenery is breathtaking for trips and hikes. He adds that when traveling without his family, he usually keeps fairly basic rooms — and in Austria, even the most modest bed and breakfasts were incredibly clean and welcoming, he says.

10. Denmark

Fishing boats in Nyhavn, 17th century waterfront, Copenhagen, Denmark, Scandinavia, Europe Credit: Michael Runkel/Getty Images

Denmark is another country that is easy to reach for solo travelers. Start in Copenhagen and head to Nyhavn to see the city’s famous wooden ships and colorful townhouses lining the canal. After that, take a stroll through the Tivoli Gardens. Known for its amusement park, the popular attraction also includes flower gardens, bubble fountains and an aquarium. nine0003

Shakespeare fans should head to Kronborg Castle: the UNESCO World Heritage Site inspired Elsinore Castle in Hamlet . While there, take the train to nearby Hillerød, where you’ll find Frederiksborg Castle, home to the Danish Museum of National History.

Related: A must do for every visitor to Copenhagen

11. Japan

View of a Japanese garden from a traditional tatami room, Kyoto Credit: iStockphoto / Getty Images. nine0002 First stop: Tokyo. Whether you’re shopping in the posh Ginza district, climb to the top of one of the world’s tallest towers, tour Senso-ji Temple, dine on ramen at Ichiran Shibuya (a famous chain of stores offers steaming ramen bowls in private booths), or stroll through a traditional Japanese garden, you will never run out of things to do. brilliant city.

If you need a break from the hustle and bustle, you can take the bullet train to Kyoto where you will find many shrines, gardens and temples. Since the tea ceremony has its origins in Kyoto, you might want to get in on the tradition while you’re there. No matter where on the island you take your trip to Japan, be sure to visit in the spring to see the magnificent cherry blossoms. nine0003

When it comes to solo travel, Alyssa Ramos, solo travel expert and blogger at My Life is a Movie, has a thing for Japan. According to Ramos, out of 105 countries I have visited, I still consider Japan to be my favorite destination for female solo travel. My decision is mainly based on how I am treated and how comfortable I feel when I am alone. In Japan, most people are extremely polite, and if not, at least mind their own business. No one is looking, no one is wondering why you are alone, and it is normal to see women eating or riding public transport alone. In fact, there is even a special night bus reserved for women only. nine0003

Another time that Ramos remembers when she was flying alone in Japan was when she looked lost and a local resident approached her and tried to help. This happened to me three times, and one of the people even missed the train to take me to mine to show me where it was, she recalls.

For solo travelers who want to share their adventures, Ramos points out another great thing about traveling alone in Japan: You don’t have to be shy about using a tripod or selfie stick, as literally everyone uses one there! nine0003

12. Norway

View of the Northern Lights in the Lofoten Islands, Norway Credit: Steffen Schnur/Getty Images

Visit Norway in summer for warmer weather and plenty of attractions and outdoor activities. In Oslo, you can explore the capital’s many museums, restaurants and parks on foot, by bike or by public transport. Or book a seat on the Hurtigruten Coastal Steamer — no single fee! — and take a multi-day cruise through the country’s famous fjords, stopping at numerous ports of call on the stunning coastline for hiking, kayaking, dog sledding and more. You’ll even cross the Arctic Circle, another wish-list check. nine0003

On the other hand, if seeing the Northern Lights tops your wish list, a trip to Norway from November to March will get you there at peak times. Northern Lights season. For the best natural experience, head to the heart of the aurora zone: the city of Tromsø.

13. Ireland

Temple Bar in Dublin, Ireland Credit: Mark Dufresne/Getty Images.

If the thought of traveling alone to a country where you don’t speak that language makes you nervous, choose Ireland. In Dublin, you can take a literary walking tour of the UNESCO City of Literature, stroll through the bustling shops of Grafton Street, and cozy up at the Guinness Storehouse with a pint of world-famous stout. nine0003

Don’t miss out on Galway with its stunning scenery and friendly people. While you’re there, take a walk along Salthill’s beautiful waterfront or park in a traditional pub at Eyre Square for some live Irish folk music. If you want to get out of the city, take the ferry to the nearby Aran Island to see the archaeological sites and medieval forts, or take the public bus to the famous Cliffs of Moher for breathtaking views.

14. Uruguay

Montevideo, Uruguay, Independence Plaza Credit: vale_t / Getty Images

This South American country is perfect for those who just want to relax by the ocean and soak up the sun. Punta del Este may be best known for its gorgeous beaches like Playa Mansa and Playa Brava, but if you want to avoid the crowds, consider visiting the more secluded beaches at José Ignacio and Rocha.

Montevideo also has a lot of beaches, and for those who want to combine sunbathing with cultural events, the capital also offers historical sites, museums and traditional Candombe music and dance performances. nine0003

15. Albania

Young woman walking on the beach with a boat, Ionian coast south of Himara, Albania Credit: Keven Osborne / Lonely Planet Images / Getty Images.

Friendly locals and magnificent scenery make Albania a promising destination for solo travellers. Head to the Blue Eye Spring near Saranda and you will encounter some of the bluest and clearest waters in the world. Since the water may seem too cold for you to swim, head to the coast of Albania to have fun and sunbathe on any of the country’s beautiful beaches, or to soak up Permet Beach. Thermal baths of Benja — they are said to have healing properties. nine0003

You can also consider taking a day trip to Berat, nicknamed the city of a thousand windows, to admire the city’s stunning architecture. From Ottoman era buildings and a medieval castle to mosques and the Church of the Holy Trinity, you’ll quickly see why the city has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

16. Vietnam

Streets of Hoi An, Vietnam at dusk Credit: iStockphoto / Getty Images

Endless adventure awaits in Vietnam. Board a boat departing from Ho Long for a cruise around Bai Tu Long Bay, home to some of the world’s most amazing blue waters and natural landscapes. take a tour of Hang Son Dun, the largest natural cave in the world; Visit Hoi An on a full moon and see the spectacular sight of hundreds of lanterns floating down the Thu Bon River during the city’s monthly full moon festival. nine0003

In Ho Chi Minh City, you can enjoy street food at Ban Thanh Market, one of the city’s earliest surviving buildings, and brush up on the history of the Vietnam War on a tour of the War Victims Museum and Cu Chi Tunnels. Head to Hanoi to explore the capital’s impressive historical and cultural sites and take a leisurely stroll around Hoan Kim Lake.

17. Germany

View of the river Spree and Berlin Cathedral, Berlin, Germany Credit: Getty Images. nine0002 There are several major cities in Germany that are accessible to anyone traveling on their own. Hop on a bike in Berlin to explore the city’s abundance of museums, historical sites, cafes, nightlife and parks. You can also visit Munich during Oktoberfest, but if you prefer to avoid the crowds, you can enjoy the city’s beer gardens at any time of the year. And if you head to Frankfurt, you’ll discover a wide variety of museums, cafes, boutiques, restaurants and even a botanical garden in the increasingly popular city. nine0003

You should also consider planning additional trips to see some of Germany’s famous castles — there are over 20,000 of them. From the Gothic-style Liechtenstein Castle to the impressive Neuschwanstein Castle, a visit to any of Germany’s magical old castles will make you feel as if you are right in the fairy tale.

18. Finland

Cityscape of Helsinki, the capital of Finland. Credit: iStockphoto / Getty Images. nine0002 The camaraderie of the traditional sauna makes it easy to meet solo travelers in Finland — there are over 3 million saunas in Finland, from Helsinki to Tampere to Savonlinna.

But Finland is not only about saunas. Helsinki has great architecture, museums, parks, markets and more, all easily accessible on foot or by public transport. Head to the coast to see the many beautiful lighthouses, or head to Rauma or Loviisa for a day in a wooden town. Summer is the best time to head to the Land of the Midnight Sun, while winter is the peak of the Northern Lights — and maybe even check reindeer riding off your list. nine0003

19. Scotland

View of Portree, Isle of Skye, Scotland Credit: Getty Images.

Waugh, who is also an expert on solo senior travel, recommends Scotland as the best choice for older solo travelers.

What a country! she said. It has great history, outdoor activities, folklore, traditions and contemporary political complexities that make it interesting. Glasgow and Edinburgh are very different and dynamic cities; The Isle of Skye cannot be compared in beauty. nine0003

Of course there is golf, she adds. This is a great, safe, cozy, fascinating place with amazing scenery.

Feeling brave? Travel to the Scottish highlands to find the legendary underwater monster at Loch Ness, and while you’re there, visit Urquhart Castle, built in the 13th century.

20. United States of America.

Lincoln Park, Chicago, IL skyline Credit: Getty Images.

Whether it’s a solo hike through America’s stunning national parks or a laid back trip to the beaches of Florida The faster you get, the more you’ll enjoy your solitary adventure across the United States. Even if you are a citizen, stepping off the beaten track will quickly remind you that traveling around the country is anything but boring.

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