Female Couch Surfing in Austin

Kate

Kate

Austin

Can host for:

5 days

About me

I’m into reading, swimming, learning (that’s a biggie), socializing and immersing myself in which ever country I’m in, climbing (sport). I’m not a milk toast kind of chick, but if I get the chance to live it up, I generally enjoy doing so.

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Omni

Omni

Austin

Can host for:

3 days

About me

This is Omni. I'm originally from Egypt, but I'm currently living in Austin, TX. I'm a graduate student and my field is Journalism and media. I love reading, game nights, movie nights and above all traveling and exploring new cultures and languages.

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Georgie

Georgie

Austin

Can host for:

3 days

About me

Leadership and Career & Life transition coach , Trainer and Mediator. Mom and sola world traveler (50>countries)

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Paola

Paola

Austin

Can host for:

3 days

About me

Hi! I am originally from Puerto Rico but I have lived in Texas for a while now. I love animals, the outdoors, dancing, music, videography/photography, and having genuine human connections 🥰

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Saray

Saray

Austin

Can host for:

2 days

About me

Ciao :) My name is Saray (Sa-rah-ee) I love traveling and have never tried couch surfing. I think it will be a fun way to meet other similar minded people.

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Kelly

Kelly

Austin

Can host for:

3 days

About me

Hello! I am a performance artist and mindfulness guide, traveling to Germany to study. I love meeting people and being social, but also love immersing myself in nature and writing.

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Safiye

Safiye

About Me

Hi everyone!! 😊🌸 I’m Safiye, a 20 year old student at the University of Texas. I made the decision to go to Madrid with my best friend Areesha this summer. She’s also 20 and a student at UT! We’re going to be flying into Madrid from Austin, Texas and exploring. We’re open to traveling around anywhere in Spain or Europe in general where we have a place to stay! In return, I can cook for you, clean, teach you Turkish 🇹🇷(Areesha can teach you Bengali 🇧🇩), or host you if you ever want to visit Texas! I also do hair and makeup for some of my friends and would love to do yours! I’d love to get coffee, lunch, hike, or explore with you🩷 We would really appreciate if anyone would be able to host us sometime during those dates. Thank you so much for reading! Looking forward to meeting you🫶🏻🍀

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Alba

Alba

About Me

Hey!, I'm Alba and I'm interested in animals, art, boozing, cinema, culture, cycling, dancing, fashion, food & cuisine, games, health, live music, nature, nightlife, rafting, running, science, shopping, sunbathing and swimming

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Is Austin safe to travel?

Charlotte

Charlotte (38)

France

Solo travel experience

I really enjoyed spending time in Austin. The city is beautiful and clean. There's a lot of trees, it's very green. Even buildings look great. I've been hiking the Ann an Roy Butler hike which makes a loop around the colorado river and Ladybird lake. It was really pleasant. You'll see a lot of wildflowers and animals: turtles, squirrels, birds. You can also see bats at night. If you want to, you will find there places to rent kayaks and paddles. The capitol and the cathedral are really stunning. If you like to hike i would definitely recommend to go to McKinney Falls SP. It's a few minutes out of town. The place is worth it. You can go there to walk or swim, have a picnic... There's a lot of wildflowers there too and the staff is really kind and helpful. Be careful if you go to 6th street at night. I didn't feel very safe there. There's a lot of strange people in the area. I stayed at FIREHOSTEL. The persons working there are rudes and i had problem with my reservation. There's a bar inside the place what makes it very noisy at night. I would prefer a more quiet place outside downtown. I use the bus system to move in town. The ticket for one ride costs 1.25 dollars but if you take a day pass you'll have to pay only 2.5 dollars and it will allow you to make unlimited rides during 24h. I tried to use the app CAPMETRO to buy passes with my phone, but never reach to activate it, so maybe it's safer to buy it in the bus. There are good places to buy food, i would recommend Trader Joes and Whole foods market. I hope it will help. Wish you to spend good moments there if you're coming.

Posted: April 5, 2024Experienced: April, 2024
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Is Austin worth visiting?

Romina

Romina

Germany

Solo travel experience

Austin is such a cool city! Lots of music in bars and restaurants, there was a lot going on in the evening/night. I would recommend visiting South Congress (shops), Mount Bonnell (it’s a hill with a beautiful view over Austin and pretty houses) and to cross the 360 Bridge by car. I felt very save there. I got there by Car, so it was easy to get around, public transportation is not that good. I would have loved to stay a little longer, but I guess two days is enough to see most of the things there. I also visited the mural (Greetings from Austin) it’s at 1720 S 1st St, Austin, TX.

Posted: June 26, 2023
Things to do: 5/5Food: 4/5Budget-friendly: 3/5Safety: 5/5
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