AnnaArt lover in all its shape Actress Show Sciences student Event manager Makeup and karaoke lover Screenwriting Short movie maker
ElenaI’m Elena,24 years old and italian. I’m actually now doing a internship in neuroscience in Lyon. I love writing, reading, photography, music and many other things, so if u want to come don’t esitate!
francescaHi everybody and nice tu meet you🌺 I’m Francesca, from Milan. I’m travelling to Lisbon at the end of September and I hope to find some new friends and people who can host me. I can return the favor in Milan, and I hope next year in Rome. 🙃 I love walking a lot and explore new places, I dance at parties like a crazy bitch, but I also love quiet yoga sessions in the morning I’m intrerested in everything about theatre and cinema, and I’m an actress 🎵 Live music / openair Dj set are my favourite kind of parties 🃏 Tarot reader 📖 books lover 🚲 bike rider 🧗♀️ climber beginner ✌️feminist I’d love to plan other journeys in the future and I hope this app could help to meet some friends
Can host for 3 daysHi everybody and nice tu meet you🌺 I’m Francesca, from Milan. I’m travelling to Lisbon at the end of September and I hope to find some new friends and people who can host me. I can return the favor in Milan, and I hope next year in Rome. 🙃 I love walking a lot and explore new places, I dance at parties like a crazy bitch, but I also love quiet yoga sessions in the morning I’m intrerested in everything about theatre and cinema, and I’m an actress 🎵 Live music / openair Dj set are my favourite kind of parties 🃏 Tarot reader 📖 books lover 🚲 bike rider 🧗♀️ climber beginner ✌️feminist I’d love to plan other journeys in the future and I hope this app could help to meet some friends
Can host for 2 daysHi, I'm Macarena from Paraguay. I'm 28 years old and I have a twin sister. We live in a little place called Castelleto Stura, Cuneo. 1 hour by car from Turin. At the moment I'm working as a teacher, I live the world and every different culture an languages that we can find in it. I have hens and a cat living in my garden. I love eating and having good wine. As latina girl I do love dance and be enthusiastic about life.
Can host for 3 daysJust moved to Rome from Florida. Traveling Europe for a bitty. Looking forward to making new connections ☺️ I graduated with a software engineering degree last year after spending yearssss working three jobs while going to school full time, so I am just out here seizing all opportunities to passionately enjoy being alive. Things I like to do when traveling: Eat good food, have a nice cocktail at a rooftop bar or get a bird's eye view, hike a trail or simply wander city streets, enjoy a botanical garden, go to a museum, danceeeeee, check out a live music event, and meet new people!
SarahI’m an young brazilian artist, currently living in Lisbon, doing my Fine Arts Bachelor. I love to travel, but at the moment the money is tight, so i’m looking for palaces to stay and i can promise good company, good talks, i’m very clean and organized and love animals if you have any :)
MichaelaHey! I’m Michaela, and I’m from the Czech Republic. Currently, I live in the UK. I think that my passport might die of loneliness if I don’t go on a trip soon! Would you like to join?
ÍrisCheerful, smiley person, love to read, travel and get to know new people, make new friends and share experiences. Single for many years, mum to a 23 year old daughter. Daughter, sister, aunt, friend, close to my family and friends. Travelled alone for the first time 3 years ago, much needed and surprised I could do it!
based on 11 experiences
I went to Italy in September with a group. We flew into Rome and drove to Sorrento and stayed there. From there, we went to Capri, Positano, Amalfi, and all the towns along the coast. It is truly one of the most beautiful areas I’ve ever seen. September was great. We toured some wineries and went up into the hills, spent time along the water, so much to see, and do. On the way home we stopped and went through Pompeii and then spent another day in Rome before flying home.
I spent 2 weeks in Italy over the summer. I did 2 nights in Naples and used this as a base to go to Rome for a day (only an hour train from Naples to Rome station). Then went to Sorrento, Positano, Amalfi and Capri. Sorrento is an amazing base and I did Pompeii from here. Sorrento was probably my favorite place and loved Positano as it was super pretty. I would’ve done Pompeii whilst in Naples but I would not recommend staying in Naples. My least favorite European city by far!
I did a busy Italy trip, did Naples, Rome, Florence, and Bologna all in 7 days. Wish I'd had more time in Florence because it completely captured my heart! I traveled by train everywhere I went and had no problems at all.
I did a month in Italy - started in Verona (so beautiful also did a day trip to lake Garda from here) - Venice - Florence (did a week in Florence as there was much to do see as well as tours such as wine tasting in Tuscan mountains and leaning tower of Pisa) - Rome (my favourite part of Rome was Vatican City which I got an electric scooter to from city centre was so much fun! Stayed in yellow square hostel can not recommend enough) - Naples (and Pompeii) - finished in Positano and Amalfi It was so super easy travelling through the country via train but I hired a car in Naples to do Amalfi and Positano because I found it was easier than public transport.
Itinerary: 2 days in Milan 2 days in Venice 4 days in Florence 2 days in Rome Safety: Always felt safe. Recommendations: Venice is definetly unique and worth a visit, but it's also packed with tourists.
Itinerary: 2 nights in Capri 2 nights in Amalfi 2 nights in Praiano 2 nights in Conca dei Marini 3 nights in Montepulciano Safety: I felt quite safe during my travels Recommendations: Amalfi coast is absolutely beautiful and 100% worth it.
Itinerary: 2 days in Naples 3 days in Rome 2 days in Florence Safety: I felt safe walking around alone and the people were friendly. Recommendations: Traveling by train in Italy is really easy and very affordable.
Itinerary: 4 days in Lake Como 3 days in Cinque Terre 3 days in Rome Safety: I felt extremely safe. Recommendations: Lake Como is one of the most underrated lake/natural areas in Italy.
Itinerary: 3 days in Capri 2 days in Positano 1 day in Ravello 2 days in Rome Safety: I felt very safe the whole time, even walking around at 4am. Recommendations: The Amalfi Coast is absolutely beautiful but accommodations can be expensive.
Itinerary: 2 days in Venice 2 days in Dolomites 2 days in Tuscany 2 days in Rome 2 days in Positano 1 day in Capri 2 days in Cinque Terre 1 day in Portofino Safety: I felt very safe. Recommendations: Italy is such a beautiful country and the Italian people are so nice. And the food is great as well.
Yes, Italy 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, Italy is a great destination for solo travelers. Italy is generally a safe country for women, and there are plenty of attractions and activities to enjoy. From exploring the ancient ruins of Rome to taking a cooking class in Tuscany, Italy has something for everyone. Additionally, Italy is known for its friendly locals, so you should have no problem finding people to chat with and get advice from.
Italy can be expensive for solo travelers, depending on the type of accommodation and activities you choose. Accommodation in Italy 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 look for restaurants that offer discounts or set menus. Additionally, many attractions and activities in Italy offer discounts for solo travelers, so it is worth researching before you go.
Italian is the official language of Italy, so it is helpful to learn some basic phrases before visiting.
The official currency of Italy is the Euro. Make sure to exchange your currency before arriving.
Italy has a Mediterranean climate, so it can be quite hot in the summer months. Be sure to pack accordingly.
Italy has an extensive public transportation system, including buses, trains, and ferries. Make sure to research the best way to get around before your trip.
Italian cuisine is world-renowned, so make sure to taste some of the local dishes.
Italy is generally a safe country, but it is always wise to be aware of your surroundings and take precautions to protect yourself.
The best time to travel to Italy depends on what you want to do and see. Generally, the best time to visit Italy is from April to June and September to October, when the weather is mild and the crowds are smaller. If you're looking for warmer weather, July and August are the hottest months.
Yes, Italy 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.
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