AlbaA young soul trying to learn more about the world and the people who lives in it
CarolHi! I’m Carol I’m 24 years, I’m living in Spain (Palma de Mallorca) and I am a student of marketing, I love the animals, I have 2 dogs, 2 tortoises and one pigeon, all of them are my family. I know a lot of beautiful places in Mallorca. Also, we can go to restaurants or parties 😄 I would like to know new people to practise my English (I'm shy) and know new cultures.
EstherEnglish* WELCOME TO GRAN CANARIA If you come to the island do not hesitate to write me for any questions that can guide or accompany you. 🙋♀️🎉 Write me for any help you need on the island.🏝 Feel welcome to come to this little paradise. ▫️I am a piano teacher in the Canary Islands. 🎹❤️👏 I love music and sharing it.🎶🎼🎵 I am a very enthusiastic person who wants to enjoy myself, meet people, play sports, laugh with my people ... ▫️I also love to enjoy the silence, a good walk in nature, vegetarian food. 🌲🌻🌱🌙🌴🌿🏔 ▫️I love diving and feeling when I'm underwater that WEIGHTLESSNESS that makes you feel in the middle of the universe.🤿 ▫️I love technology and play station 😆 🎮👾 ▫️I also like to meditate and learn about personal development 🧘♀️ I have been working on my interior for 4 years, my growth, my healing, self-love, my inner girl. “If you love yourself, you also love better the others”🌍❤️ ▫️And I love driving my motorcycle, a car, a quad… that adrenaline and that speed that makes my skin crawl! Greetings to all. Anything you need I'm at your service ☮️✌️
Can host for 3 daysI would like to travel all around Spain since I'm living in it for now- same with all the other countries I'd like to live in. I'd love to make some friends along the way and make connections that last. New experiences excite me more than anything, and I have plenty of interests, so sightseeing is my jam. Hey, here's the deal- for every person I host, I'll provide a free meal. For every person that hosts me, I'll provide a personalised gift! It could even be handmade, since I'm into arts and crafts. Just give me your interests to let me work out a good gift for you in advance!! 💛💜✨
Can host for 1 dayEnglish* WELCOME TO GRAN CANARIA If you come to the island do not hesitate to write me for any questions that can guide or accompany you. 🙋♀️🎉 Write me for any help you need on the island.🏝 Feel welcome to come to this little paradise. ▫️I am a piano teacher in the Canary Islands. 🎹❤️👏 I love music and sharing it.🎶🎼🎵 I am a very enthusiastic person who wants to enjoy myself, meet people, play sports, laugh with my people ... ▫️I also love to enjoy the silence, a good walk in nature, vegetarian food. 🌲🌻🌱🌙🌴🌿🏔 ▫️I love diving and feeling when I'm underwater that WEIGHTLESSNESS that makes you feel in the middle of the universe.🤿 ▫️I love technology and play station 😆 🎮👾 ▫️I also like to meditate and learn about personal development 🧘♀️ I have been working on my interior for 4 years, my growth, my healing, self-love, my inner girl. “If you love yourself, you also love better the others”🌍❤️ ▫️And I love driving my motorcycle, a car, a quad… that adrenaline and that speed that makes my skin crawl! Greetings to all. Anything you need I'm at your service ☮️✌️
Can host for 1 dayHola me llamo Carla tengo 29 años y me voy a dedicar a viajar durante unos meses por Europa i fuera de Europa Reino Unido y Marruecos 🌱✨🌈 Me encantaría encontrar otras viajeras que estén en el mismo punto, dejé mi trabajo porque tenía muchas ganas de viajar y reconectar conmigo misma🏞️🌞 Soy una persona muy alegre, simpática e independiente, me gusta la gente natural y respetuosa☺️☺️ Tengo una perrita que se llama Ària que és el mejor regalo que la vida me pudo dar🐕 espero que me pueda acompañar en algún viaje✨
EllaHeya, I’m Ella and I’m a 20 year old Aussie. I’ve been solo travelling Europe and the Middle East for the past 8 months and am planning on travelling to Barcelona from Morocco at the end of March! I love meeting new people, embracing different cultures and having new and exciting experiences. I’m looking forward to meeting people who can help show a different side to these countries that not all tourists get to see ☺️🌞
IsabelleHello! My name is Isabelle and I am an university student who will be in Spain this summer! I am hoping to travel throughout my summer and after graduation as well.
TakácsHello! I’m Niobé and I’m looking for a host family in Spain from June to August. I currently live in Hungary, I speak English and a tiny bit of Spanish. I’ve been working with kids for two years now and I can help with the housekeeping and cooking and stuff around the house. If you’re interested let me know and I can send you my CV.
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I did my first solo trip in Spain (Barcelona, Peñíscola, Valencia). I felt safe everywhere I went and absolutely loved it. Also met a ton of new people who were super friendly.
Spain is fantastic. Started in Madrid, then train to Malaga as a base. Day trips to Granada, Nerja, a Pancho walking tour of Malaga, then hired a driver to Cadiz for a few days. Lovely old beachside town to walk and eat. Day trip by train to Jerez. Home of Sherry and the wonderful dancing horses. Day trip by train to Cordoba and then the train to Seville and another Pancho walking tour and a few days to wander. Seville is magical. All the train trips were safe, quick and easy. I felt safe everywhere.
I had an amazing solo trip to Spain. I stayed in Madrid mostly, with a side trip to Toledo (an easy and scenic day trip via train from Madrid) and then stayed in Seville a while. I felt very safe there. I skipped Barcelona but visited there a different time. I found that Barcelona was beautiful, but not as much fun for me solo as it felt like more of a party place.
Itinerary: 3 days Madrid 2 days San Sebastian 3 days Barcelona Safety: I always felt safe. Recommendations: Barcelona is a great city but please watch your stuff, especially when going out
Itinerary: 4 days in Sevilla 2 days in Malaga 3 days in Barcelona Safety: I was shocked when I travelled to Spain by how safe I felt. Recommendations: Spain is awesome overall and very tourist friendly.
Itinerary: Seville (3 nights) Granada (2 nights) Madrid (4 nights) San Sebastian (3 nights) Barcelona (4 nights) Safety: Spain is super safe Recommendations: Spain is a great place to travel and there's so much to see.
Itinerary: 3 nights in Madrid: Royal Palace, Parque del Retiro, Puerta del Sol, Plaza Mayor 3 nights in Barcelona: Sagrada Família, Casa Batlló, Las Ramblas, Park Güell 2 nights in Granada Safety: I felt generally safe Recommendations: Madrid is like in the center of the Iberian peninsula so it is easy to get to other cities by plane, trains, or buses.
Itinerary: 2 days: Barcelona 2 days: Costa Brava 3 days: Mallorca 2 days: Malaga 1 day: Ronda 1 day: Granada 2 days: Seville 2 days: Madrid Safety: Spain is very safe Recommendations: Spain is gorgeous - I especially loved Madrid, Barcelona and Granada.
I was recently in Spain on a month long trip. I travelled solo and never had any trouble meeting people and making friends. I visited Malaga, Seville, Madrid and Barcelona. Barcelona was incredible and I was in love with Seville too - lots of charm in that city. Malaga was much more laid back and smaller, very beautiful though and lots of lovely little towns and villages nearby that are worth visiting. I had a lot of fun in Madrid but generally wasn’t that impressed by the city itself - great for a party though. You’ll never be short of hostels in Spain.
Yes, Spain 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, Spain is a great destination for solo travelers. Spain is generally a safe country with friendly locals and plenty of attractions to explore. There are also plenty of hostels and other accommodation options for solo travelers, as well as plenty of activities to keep you busy.
Spain can be expensive for solo travelers, depending on the type of activities and accommodations you choose. Accommodations can range from budget-friendly hostels to luxury hotels, and activities can range from free walking tours to expensive day trips. Eating out can also be expensive, so it's best to research prices before you travel.
Spanish is the official language of Spain, so it is important to learn some basic Spanish phrases before traveling.
The currency in Spain 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 Spain.
Spain has a Mediterranean climate, so it can be quite hot in the summer months. Make sure to pack accordingly.
Spain is generally a safe country to visit, but it is always important to be aware of your surroundings and take necessary precautions.
Spain has an extensive public transportation system, including buses, trains, and metro systems. Make sure to familiarize yourself with the routes and schedules before traveling.
The best time to travel to Spain depends on what you want to do and see. Generally, the best time to visit Spain is during the spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) when the weather is mild and the crowds are smaller. Summer (June to August) is the busiest time of year, with hot temperatures and large crowds. Winter (December to February) can be cold and wet, but it is also a great time to visit if you want to avoid the crowds.
Yes, Spain is generally considered safe to travel alone. However, as with any destination, it is important to take precautions to ensure your safety. Be aware of your surroundings, avoid carrying large amounts of cash, and keep your valuables secure.
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