The Top Solo Travel Destinations of 2020


Going alone? We like your style. We've found the top destinations great for solo travelers – because according to our data, these places see more searches for single travelers than anywhere else.

#1 Ushuaia, Argentina

Located on the southern tip of South America, nicknamed the “End of the World," it’s also the gateway for most Antarctica cruises. While you’re there, tour the Parque Nacional Tierra del Fuego to peep waterfalls, peat bogs and more glaciers.
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#2 Medellin, Colombia

Don't miss a visit to Communa 13. This former under-developed neighborhood built on a hill is now a major attraction. Escalators take you up the mountainside, where cafes, shops and awesome street art await you.
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#3 Bogotá, Colombia

Fuel up with a cup of Colombian coffee before spending the day walking the cobblestone streets of La Candelaria. Love gold? There's a museum for that! The Museo del Oro is home to more than 30,000 pieces of gold.
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#4 Nuuk, Greenland

Traveling in the winter? The northern lights will no question be top of your list, and Greenland is one of the few places where you can actually see them right from the city center. Although, it’s never a bad idea to get away from city lights for the full experience.
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#5 Ibiza, Spain

Spend time exploring and grabbing up souvenirs like colorful hammocks and leather jewlery at one of the island's “hippy markets.” The oldest and largest is the Punta Arabi market in Es Cana, but you’ll also find one in San Carlos.
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#6 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

A visit to the top of Corcovado Mountain and the iconic Christ the Redeemer statue is a must. While the hike is worth it, keep in mind it’s a challenging trail. You can also reach the top via train or marked vans. Be sure to bring cash, there’s a cash-only entrance fee at the top.
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#7 Santiago, Chile

Check out the Mercado Central, a popular street market right in the city center and ranked the 5th best market in the world. Love poetry? You’ll also want to visit La Chascona, where Pablo Neruda once lived.
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#8 Fez, Morocco

Take a cooking class or workshop from a local artisan to try your hand at brass etching, bookbinding, drum making or more. While you can book this in advance, you can also find these experiences at local riads.
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#9 Trinidad and Tobago

Trinidad & Tobago are 2 islands with 2 very different vibes. Tobago is more of the resort experience, while Trinidad has more of a city feel. Take a ferry between the two to experience both.
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#10 Cartagena, Colombia

During the day, head to the Getsemani neighborhood close to the Old Town. Grab a coffee at a bohemian cafe before taking in the colorful street art inspired by local culture and history.
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