Do you like the idea of traveling alone? While many say yes, there’re exceptions as some like to travel with friends or families. If you’re traveling alone, it has its own benefits or perhaps a bit more than with a partner or a friend. The biggest advantage of traveling alone is the amount of freedom it gives. You don’t have to depend on somebody else dictating which way to go or where to go. You find a route exciting, pack your bags and head alone for if you believe in what you see is what you get, then solo traveling is the best.
Strange, but true, many travelers voted traveling alone suits them best than with company according to a poll in a website. Many travelers feel going solo they would develop a sense of confidence and independence while some percentage of people were excited to meet new people as they travel along.
Choosing a place for traveling alone could be a tedious job as it involves finding out what is to be done there, methods of getting around the place and safety surrounding the place among others. In this article, we’d talk about Ireland as one of the many good places best suited to travel alone.
One of the advantages of traveling to Ireland alone is people are very friendly here. The Irish people pose no threats, and it’s a very safe place and quite easy when it comes to meeting new people. Oftentimes when traveling alone, we always fear being confronted by somebody when you’re not in the best of your moods and don’t want to strike a conversation with. Irish don’t hesitate to talk to you, but they also respect your privacy and you can really have a good time here all alone.
Places to visit in Ireland are Wicklow Mountains, Lakes and Valleys, Dublin tour which costs $50 that goes through the rural regions to include charming villages and beautiful lakes. It also rides along the City hence an opportunity to view the Dublin Castle. The Writers Museum in Dublin is also highly recommended and you could also take an Irish literary tour that celebrates the country’s well-known authors to include James Joyce, Frank McCourt and Oscar Wilde. You could also take literary tour by walking or a trip involving a few days.