Best places that solo women travelers can visit

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The modern women love to travel alone and go to places all around the globe without the burden of being with anyone. As the world is still not safe for women at some places, it is better to select some spots where they can unwind themselves and act as a free-bird. Given are some of the favorite places that women traveling solo must go.
Barcelona, Spain
Barcelona is an extremely walkable city, and you are unlikely to get lost as long as you have a map of some kind. In the city, you can window shop along Las Ramblas, stroll down the beach boardwalk, and or wander through the Gaudi-designed Park Güell. And the dining options are great for a solo traveler too—you can eat al fresco at waterfront paella restaurants or opt for a counter seat at one of the city’s many incredible tapas bars.
Munich, Germany
The jolly German mentality shines in this Bavarian town, where on each of my visits, locals welcomed tourists with a grin, whether it was at a small ma-and-pop bakery or the touristy Olympiapark tower. Grab a pint at a local biergarten or scour the aisles of the Christmas markets for a hot mulled wine stand. Since a mug requires a deposit, Germans hang around the stand, ready to chat or give recommendations, while warming up over the traditional drink.
Austin, Texas, USA
Austin’s festival culture makes it really easy to get pulled in multiple directions. But it is also a great way to meet new people. You can aeat out at the many food truck trailer parks to line up for the indulgent Gourdough’s doughnuts truck, which still had a long line well after midnight. You can also juggle sessions at the ATX Television Festival and concerts at the X Games Austin. When you do need a little quiet time, head downtown for a walking tour, or find a spot to see the Congress Avenue Bridge bats soar.
Melbourne, Australia
The Australian metropolis continues to hold the crown as the Most Livable City, according to the Economist Intelligent Unit. Throw in a free tourist tram that reaches the major sights, including the Melbourne Star Observation Wheel, Carlton Gardens, and Federation Square, and Melbourne’s got the simplicity and safety all rolled up in one.
Washington, D.C., USA
The manageable size and easy layout of the nation’s capital makes it a simple solo stomping ground. In between exploring the iconic memorials along the National Mall, take in the exhibits at your own whim at the 17 Smithsonian museums and the zoo, all with free admission—for more free things to do in D.C., click here. The 6,184 docks of the Capital Bikeshare stretch into Arlington, Alexandria, and Montgomery County, as do the 91 stations of the DC Metro, making day trips into the nearby areas accessible.

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