LauraHey, I've lived in Australia, Canada, USA, Netherlands and UK. Usually based myself for work so didn't do a huge amount of travelling. I have so many cities in Europe I still want to visit. Would love to meet like minded women along the way! 💃
SallySally from Ireland Looking to solo travel and meet people along the way Love adventures and trying out new things
MaelisHii! I’m Maëlis French citizen of the world! Currently doing my medicine studies in Dublin, Ireland! I love discovering new places, meeting new people, visiting museums, testing local food, dancing to traditional music and swimming in all sea temperatures!! Looking forward to meeting you! 🌞
Can host for 2 daysHi. I'm Hamdalat. I'm planning to explore Ireland in the next couple of months and I'm looking for someone to travel with. I'm quiet and reserved.
Can host for 2 daysHi, I'm Rasika and I'm interested in cinema, culture, cycling, diving, fashion, games, food & cuisine, dancing, hiking, nature, nightlife, history, photography, surfing, skiing, shoestring, sightseeing, swimming, trekking, writing and technology
Can host for 5 daysHi! I am a person, who loves to know people and places, organized and reliable.
KennyHi there! I’m Kenny, Colombian female living in Ireland, I’m passionate about learning new things and exploring cultures through art, food and music.
AnnaHey! I’m Anna. Just found this wonderful app while researching stay options for girlfriends and I to travel abroad safely and affordably. Love meeting new people and exploring new places :)
based on 13 experiences
My first solo trip was in Dublin. Totally recommend it, I felt safe day and night. Irish people were super friendly, open, and helpful, anywhere I went I was welcomed and found friends there. The bus system was pretty good and easy to use.Posted: May 6, 2023
It was my first solo trip, and I absolutely loved it. It is very safe and the people are really helpful. I stayed in a hostel, where I practically just went to sleep and it was a good experience. I went on tours outside Dublin: Glendalough, Galway, and the Cliffs of Moher. It was my favorite part of the trip.Posted: April 15, 2023
Did Dublin as my first little solo trip for a couple of nights and loved it. I had so much fun just wandering around on my own. I even walked around when it was very dark and later at night to get back to my hostel, and I was fine.Posted: April 15, 2023
I went to Dublin solo in March. Dublin is a fun yet expensive city. I stayed at the Barnacles Hostel which is on Temple Bar. I took a bus tour to the Cliffs of Moher and Galway and loved them.Posted: April 12, 2023
Dublin is very friendly. I enjoyed Malahide much more than I enjoyed Dublin though. I never felt uncomfortable or had an issue. I used trains because cabs were expensive.Posted: April 9, 2023
I went to Dublin and stayed for two days. I found the Irish to be such welcoming and friendly people, so it was not a problem being there alone. Dublin is also where I had my best free walking tour ever. The guide was amazing and super funny.Posted: April 9, 2023
Dublin was my first solo trip. I went last year on Thanksgiving weekend. I highly recommend going at that time. Every pub is decorated so beautifully. I stayed at The Morgan Hotel in the Temple Bar area and I loved it. I felt safe the entire time. My favorite pub was the Brazen Head Pub which is not in the temple bar area but I liked staying close by that area for most everything else. Everything was within walking distance that I did. Trinity College, Dublin Castle, etc.Posted: April 9, 2023
I recently went to Dublin and stayed in an Airbnb. It was in a great location, right next to the H‘Penny Bridge. In terms of things to do, we went to see the Book of Kells (Trinity Library), Temple Bar, Christ Church and St. Patrick‘s Cathedral, the Castle, the jail, and the Guinness Factory. We also did a day trip to Newgrange which I can highly recommend. In terms of places to eat/ bars- the Church is great there’s live music and Irish dancing on Tuesday evenings. And probably most nights. The Brazen Head is the oldest pub in Dublin and has amazing live music and food. The Irish Potato Cake is a great cafe that does an amazing Irish breakfast. Baraza also does great food for lunch.Posted: March 25, 2023
My first solo was Dublin and highly recommend it. A small, walkable city, very safe and people were so kind. Beautiful history and sights, Trinity College and the Book of Kells! Temple Bar. Easy to book day trip tours online with an easy meeting place in central Dublin - I joined a group to see the Cliffs of Moher.Posted: March 22, 2023
Things to do: - Tour the Guinness Factory - Explore Trinity College - Walk Grafton Street - Visit St Patrick's Cathedral - Tour the Jameson Distillery - Visit Dubh Linn Gardens - Grab drinks at local pub - Check out umbrellas on Anne Street - Cross Ha’penny bridge Safety: It's very safe to travel alone there. Recommendations: Dublin is pretty small but so beautiful. You can spend a day or two there and see all the good stuff.Posted: September 16, 2022
Yes, Dublin is generally safe for solo female travelers. However, as with any city, it is important to take the usual precautions such as avoiding walking alone at night, being aware of your surroundings, and not carrying large amounts of cash.
Yes, Dublin is a great destination for solo travelers. The city is very safe and welcoming, and there are plenty of activities and attractions to explore. There are also plenty of restaurants, cafes, and bars to enjoy, as well as a vibrant nightlife.
Yes, Dublin can be expensive for solo travellers. Prices for accommodation, food, and entertainment can be higher than in other cities. However, there are ways to save money, such as staying in hostels, eating at budget restaurants, and taking advantage of free attractions.
Visit the Guinness Storehouse
Take a tour of the world-famous Guinness Storehouse and learn about the history of the iconic Irish beer.
Explore the National Gallery of Ireland
Spend some time admiring the works of art at the National Gallery of Ireland.
Take a walking tour
Take a guided walking tour of Dublin and learn about the city’s history and culture.
Visit the Dublin Castle
Take a tour of the historic Dublin Castle and learn about its history.
Visit the Dublin Zoo
Spend some time at the Dublin Zoo and get up close and personal with some of the animals.
Take a day trip to Howth
Take a day trip to the coastal village of Howth and explore the stunning scenery.
Visit the National Museum of Ireland
Spend some time exploring the National Museum of Ireland and learning about the country’s history.
Take a pub crawl
Take a pub crawl and sample some of the best pubs in Dublin.
Visit the Dublin Writers Museum
Spend some time at the Dublin Writers Museum and learn about the city’s literary heritage.
Take a day trip to Glendalough
Take a day trip to the stunning Glendalough and explore the ancient monastic settlement.
Yes, Dublin is generally considered to be a safe city to travel alone. However, as with any city, it is important to take precautions and be aware of your surroundings. Be sure to stay in well-lit areas at night, avoid carrying large amounts of cash, and keep your valuables secure.
Yes, Dublin is generally safe at night. However, as with any city, it is important to be aware of your surroundings and take precautions to ensure your safety.
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