The 10 Best Places To Travel Alone In The U.S.

Naples, Florida

Naples has several activities for single beachgoers. Naples Pier beach, mangrove kayaking, and 90+ golf courses are available.

Boston, Massachusetts

Boston is large yet seems like a little town. The T, the city's metro system, crosses the Charles River to Cambridge, where you may stroll around the historic core.

Boulder, Colorado

Eldorado Canyon State Park is 20 minutes south of downtown, the two-mile Flagstaff Mountain hike is 15 minutes west, and the Flatirons are less than 10 minutes by automobile.

Portland, Oregon

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Asheville, North Carolina

Asheville, North Carolina's Blue Ridge Mountains, is the ideal destination to hike and bike during the day and drink beers with new acquaintances at night.

Sedona, Arizona

Solo travel may be your only chance to unwind. This makes spa places like Sedona ideal for single tourists. Sedona has spas and wellness centers in addition to stunning landscapes. 

Charleston, South Carolina

Art aficionados will appreciate this vibrant seaside city in South Carolina. The first Friday of every month, Charleston presents an Art Walk with approximately 35 fine art galleries.

Nashville, Tennessee

If you want to meet new people on a single vacation, visit Nashville, the music city. Check out The Basement, a quaint live music venue with a large terrace, at 3rd and Lindsley.

Portland, Maine

Though the second Portland, this one has a coastline advantage. From the beachfront city, you may take a ferry or boat charter or taste Luke's Lobster's greatest lobster rolls.

San Francisco, California

Public transportation is essential for lone travelers (no one wants to pay for a weekend of Uber trips). There, cities like San Francisco sparkle.

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