ElizaHi, I am Eliza I’m 21 and I have the plan to travel this upcoming half year. I will do most of this alone but would really like meeting as much new people and cultures. I want to go to the nog so famous places and really enjoy the culture of that country. On my planning is that I will start in Austria then go to Italy then Greece and final destination Croatia. I want to do this on a very small budget and will probably interrail the most.
BarbaraI am Barbara and Im 20 years old. I will start with studying in September. I loveeee music, especially neo-soul and oldschool r&b/HipHop. I am a social person and always open for new things!
CherylMy name is Cheryl, 38 years young and love travelling solo. Have had the travel bug since I was in my early 20ties. Have been blessed to be a flight attendend for almost 12 years, now I am a entrepreneur. Love festivals, meeting other people and just taking advantage of everything that live gives you. I am very positive, funny and a good listener.
Can host for 3 daysLove to travel, cook and eat. I live my two sons in a village 15 mins from Rotterdam.
Can host for 2 daysHello my name is Norma 🤗 Iam from Germany but am current studying in the Netherlands. I am very open, friendly and clean and love to meet new people. During this summer I bought an Interrailticket and wanted to explore Europe more and visit some friends all over and meet some new friends maybe along the way ☀️
Can host for 3 daysHi all! My name is Sofia and besides what my profile says about me I can add that im a very positive energy person! Im curious as a kid and have the energy of one too :) I am ambitious and like to dream a lot. I love books and people
Fabiennehey, I'm fabienne 🙋♀️ I'm doing an interail trip through europe for the next 3 months and I would love to meet new people on my journey 🌍
MiekeI am a creative visionary with the great desire to see a lot of this beautiful planet! :)
fernandahello! I am traveling on my own for the first time, and want to experience meeting new people, I am also visiting friends and family all over europe, so the few places where I'll really be by myself, CS seems like a great way to be friendly and travel on a budget. I work as a psychologist so I love talking and listening to people, and also have no issue keeping to myself and going out most of the day, so I only require a place to sleep and hopefully cook something simple at the end of the day. I hope this little introduction gives you an idea of my visit and we get to meet :) Thanks anyway for your disposition as host and if you ever visit Chile or Latinamerica count on me to help, host and give you useful information!
based on 6 experiences
The Netherlands are super safe and the majority of people speak English, so I was able to get directions if needed. Plus their public transport is amazing, it's so easy to get from city to city!
Itinerary: Amsterdam (5 nights) with a day trip to Haarlem and The Hague Antwerp (3 nights) with a day trip to Ghent Utrecht (3 nights) with a day trip to Rotterdam Safety: I felt very safe there. Recommendations: Train travel within the Netherlands is fantastically easy. Pick up an OV-chipkaart when you arrive, load it with euros,and you can catch a train to nearly everywhere.
Itinerary: Brussels (1 day) Ghent (1 day) Bruges (1 day) Antwerp (1 day) Rotterdam (1 day) The Hague (1 day) Utrecht (1 day) Amsterdam (3 days) Safety: I felt very safe. Recommendations: Netherlands is really easy to travel to. Just make sure you get a public transport card.
Itinerary: 2 days in Amsterdam 1 day in Leiden 1 day om Utrecht 1 day in Hague 1 day in Rotterdam Safety: I felt safe alone. Recommendations: Netherlands is a great country. It’s small so most of these places are within an hour of Amsterdam
Itinerary: Two days in Amsterdam One day in Elburg One day in Harderwijk One day in Amersfoort Two days in Utrecht Safety: I felt perfectly safe. Recommendations: Public transport in the Netherlands is pretty good and affordable.
Itinerary: Amsterdam: 3 days Kaag: 2 days Leiden: 2 days Safety: I've felt nothing but safe in the Netherlands and the people are great. Recommendations: The Netherlands is a beautiful place.
Yes, the Netherlands is generally considered to be a safe destination for solo female travelers. The country has a low crime rate and is generally considered to be a safe place to travel. However, as with any destination, it is important to take the necessary precautions to ensure your safety. Be aware of your surroundings, avoid walking alone at night, and keep your valuables secure.
Yes, the Netherlands is a great destination for solo travelers. The country is generally very safe and welcoming to visitors, and there are plenty of activities and attractions to explore. Amsterdam is a particularly popular destination for solo travelers, with its vibrant nightlife, cultural attractions, and easy access to other parts of the country.
No, the Netherlands is generally considered to be an affordable destination for solo travelers. The cost of accommodation, food, and transportation is generally quite reasonable, and there are plenty of budget-friendly activities to enjoy.
Depending on your nationality, you may need a visa to enter the Netherlands. Check with your local embassy or consulate to find out if you need a visa.
The official currency of the Netherlands is the Euro (EUR). Make sure to have some cash on hand for small purchases.
Dutch is the official language of the Netherlands, but English is widely spoken.
The Netherlands has a temperate climate with mild winters and cool summers.
The Netherlands is generally a safe country to visit, but it is always wise to take precautions when traveling.
The Netherlands has an extensive public transportation system, including buses, trams, and trains.
There are a variety of accommodation options available in the Netherlands, from budget hostels to luxury hotels.
The best time to travel to the Netherlands is during the spring and summer months, from April to September. The weather is mild and pleasant, and the days are long and sunny. The tulip season is also a great time to visit, usually from mid-March to mid-May.
Yes, the Netherlands is generally considered a safe place to travel alone. The country has a low crime rate and is generally considered to be a safe destination for solo travelers. However, as with any destination, it is important to take precautions and be aware of your surroundings.