SuzyBonjour Jeune conductrice de train. Je souhaites voyager pour ouvrir mon esprit et découvrir de nouvelle culture. Si besoin je peu aider pour du ménage, tenir compagnie, m’occuper d’animaux, garde d’enfant, … etc contre logement ou visite des villes. J’aimerais apprendre l’anglais et l’espagnol mais je n’y arrives pas en France.
BeckyI'm Becky, a 28 year old Brit living in Paris. I work out here and made a resolution to see more of the country this year. And there's no better way of doing that than by meeting locals!
LolaHey I’m Lola, i’m 22 and I’m studying in Toulouse “witches in cinema”. I love to travel (always with my sketchbook) and it’s been some years that I’m starting to travel alone (wich is a big step I think for a woman) that’s why I love the fact that by those kind of app we can be supportive with each other. So obviously you are welcome at my place !
Can host for 3 daysHello girls, Im Aurelie 38 and living in Paris since always :) Im married 1nd we love to go out and meet new People :)
Can host for 3 daysHi! I'm a thirty-year-old English freelance tutor, who used to backpack a lot when a student and misses it a little bit ;)
Can host for 7 daysHey I’m Lola, i’m 22 and I’m studying in Toulouse “witches in cinema”. I love to travel (always with my sketchbook) and it’s been some years that I’m starting to travel alone (wich is a big step I think for a woman) that’s why I love the fact that by those kind of app we can be supportive with each other. So obviously you are welcome at my place !
SarahHey everyone! My name is Sarah and I’m a 25 year old working in London. In my spare time I love to plan holidays and enjoy life to the fullest.
Luciahey! i’m going to do an intership in greece on may 1st and in july i’ll discover the south of france for summer season. i have a vvt visa so i’ll live in france for a whole year 🙌🏼 hope to be able to travel and go to new places and meet cool people :)
SashaHi! I’m Sasha. I’m a 23-year-old doing my Master’s in Design and Technology in Barcelona and I’m looking to hangout and learn from every person I come across 😍 I love to experiment with creativity (whether it’s food, design, or an Instagram story), finding new music, and researching about my interests (celebrity culture, beauty, food, and film!). ❤️🔥❤️🔥❤️🔥
based on 7 experiences
Itinerary: 5 days in Paris 2 days in Bordeaux 4 days in Nice 3 days in Lyon Safety: I felt completely safe Recommendations: Paris is beautiful and has such a rich history. Bordeaux is not overrun with tourists, there are locals everywhere. Lyon is known as the capital of gastronomy.
Itinerary: 2 days in Marseille 2 days in Cassis 1 day in Saint-Tropez 1 day in Cannes 2 days in Nice 1 day in Villefranche-sur-Mer 1 day in Monaco 2 days in Menton Safety: I felt very safe and never had any issue that wasn't my own fault Recommendations: Cannes is stunningly beautiful but equally expensive.
Itinerary: Day 1 in Avignon Day 2 & 3 in Aix en Provence Day 4, 5 & 6 in Cassis Day 7, 8, 9 & 10 in Nice (with day trips to Monaco and Menton) Safety: I felt perfectly safe. Recommendations: South France is great. Great food, sights, and people.
Itinerary: 2 days: Nice 1 day: Monaco 1 day: Antibes 1 day: Eze 1 day: Menton 1 day: Saint-Tropez 2 days: Cap-d'Ail & Villefranche-sur-Mer 1 day: Cannes Safety: France is a safe country. Lots of people around at all times. Recommendations: Nice is a great place to stay because it’s easy to train over to Monaco & Cannes.
Itinerary: 1 day in Menton 1 day in Saint-Tropez 1 day in Cassis 1 day in Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat 1 day in Cannes 1 day in Eze 1 day in Antibes Safety: I felt safe the whole time Recommendations: Saint Tropez is a nice place, but in summer it is very expensive, crowded, and beside famous people and yacht, it's just a small village.
Itinerary: 2 days: Nice 1 day: Monaco 2 days: Cannes 1 day: Saint-Tropez 3 days: Aix en Provence 2 days: Anncy Safety: I felt very safe. Recommendations: Hotels are very expensive in Monaco. The beach in Nice is very rocky.
Things to do: We went to see local villages and markets, and got to see Bordeaux and Paris on or journey Food: Most food we ate was self cooked. We mostly ate Baguette and pasta and put a spin on it with different sauces or spreads everyday. We didn’t really experience real french food but I liked our cooking Safety: As I previously said, one shouldn’t wander around the beach or the forrest alone at night but other than that it’s super safe, I didn’t notice any stealing and there is security service Budget: The most expensive factor was the journey by train. If I recall correctly it was about 300€ per person. We paid about 150€ each for the camp site. For food we sometimes ate pizza but mostly went to the local supermarket Accommodation: I shared a tent with two friends. The atmosphere was were relaxed and we made lots of friends during our stay. I must say that there happened one unfortunate coincidence that made me feel less secure than before. I recommend not wandering from the beach to the camp site (~300m) alone at night. But my overall experience was great! Recommendations: I always felt very safe on the journey and apart from very little incidents there wasn’t anything to worry about (of course one needs to be careful always)
Yes, France is generally safe for solo female travelers. However, as with any destination, it is important to take precautions and be aware of your surroundings. Be sure to research the area you are visiting, avoid walking alone at night, and keep your valuables secure.
Yes, France is a great destination for solo travelers. It is a safe and welcoming country with plenty of attractions and activities to explore. There are also many resources available to help solo female travelers, such as female-only hostels, female-only tours, and female-only travel groups.
France can be expensive for solo travellers, depending on the type of accommodation and activities you choose. Accommodation in France can range from budget-friendly hostels to luxury hotels, so it is possible to find something that fits your budget. Eating out can also be expensive, so it is best to research the local restaurants and markets to find the best deals. Additionally, many attractions and activities in France can be expensive, so it is important to plan ahead and budget accordingly.
French is the official language of France, so it is important to learn some basic phrases before traveling.
The official currency of France is the Euro. Make sure to exchange your currency before you arrive.
Depending on your nationality, you may need to obtain a visa before traveling to France.
France has an extensive public transportation system, including trains, buses, and metro.
There are a variety of accommodation options in France, from hotels to hostels to Airbnb.
France is generally a safe country to visit, but it is important to be aware of your surroundings and take precautions to stay safe.
The best time to travel to France depends on what you want to do and see. Generally, the best time to visit France is during the spring (April to June) and fall (September to October) when the weather is mild and the crowds are smaller. Summer (July and August) is the busiest time of year, with the most tourists and the highest prices. Winter (November to March) can be cold and wet, but it is also a great time to visit if you want to avoid the crowds and take advantage of lower prices.
Yes, France is generally safe to travel alone. However, it is important to take the same precautions as you would in any other country. Be aware of your surroundings, avoid walking alone at night, and keep your valuables secure.