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Hiking near a major European city

So I have a week off from school in Amsterdam this week, and I want to go somewhere in Europe where I will be able to see some nature and go hiking. Is there anywhere near a major city, so that travel is easy, that I should check out? Thanks!

Submitted October 19, 2017 at 11:35PM by ZebraAthletics

A solivagant journey to thailand and cambodia. Thank you r/solotravel for pushing me to pursue.

Submitted October 19, 2017 at 11:40PM by CosmicKittyCult

Taking in the view at the top of Taal Volcano in The Philippines

Submitted October 19, 2017 at 10:57PM by Red_Pill_Ron

FOX NEWS: Apple Maps make it easier to travel with new airport layout feature

Apple Maps make it easier to travel with new airport layout feature

Airport maps can get you to your gate on time.


Christmas in Mexico Advice


I am (hopefully) planning on spending Christmas Break (Approx. 7 days) on the east coast of Mexico (Cancun - Tulum). I've never been to Mexico, and am not really interested in staying a resort or partying. I have a partial itinerary in mind, however I would love some insight!

  1. How much time would you recommend staying in Tulum vs. Cancun?
  2. (This may be a dumb question) Is it safe for a solo female traveler to be walking around on her own? - My parents are extremely concerned and do not want me to be travelling to Mexico on my own due to their on preconceived notions of how dangerous the country really is...
  3. Would you recommend tours or renting a car/ public transport?

Thank you in advance!

Submitted October 19, 2017 at 10:28PM by peppermintyb

LA all the way to Seattle

Going to Thailand on November 2nd for a month and wondered what the best things to do/see are and if anyone has any suggestions of the best ways to get around?

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Submitted October 19, 2017 at 08:19PM by joshfancis98

FOX NEWS: 'Racist' Frontier Airlines passenger tells seat-mate he's 'pulling his white card' during argument

'Racist' Frontier Airlines passenger tells seat-mate he's 'pulling his white card' during argument

A Phoenix woman is claiming she’ll never fly with Frontier Airlines again after a “racist” passenger loudly declared he was “pulling his white card” during an argument that erupted mid-flight.


10 Cool Road Trips in Europe

Travel alone, but also live alone?

I was looking for another subReddit that talked about living alone because you enjoy it.

I love solo travel but I also <3 my own space. I like doing things at my own pace, setting things up how I like, doing a routine I designed. Part of my ability to solo travel comes from living alone.

So I started a subReddit:

If anyone is interested. Also, if another mod or two wanted to team up, let me know. :) I've never done a subReddit. I just wanted a space to talk with people who enjoy living alone. I'm even happy to pass the reigns over. I just wanted one out there.

I added some things in to get started. I thought some people who solo travel may also be the type to live alone, too. If so, I'd love to hear about your situation and what you do.

Submitted October 19, 2017 at 05:50PM by PixelHeartTheGame

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