A solo trip to Barcelona won’t disappoint, even when you’re watching friends, honeymooners and families sharing platters of seafood paella and taking in Anton Gaudí’s mind-bending architectural jewels
They were on girls’ trips, guys’ trips, family vacations and honeymoons.
They were on the train, sharing massive platters of seafood paella and packed into Anton Gaudí’s mind-bending architectural jewels.
And then there was me. The solo female traveler in Barcelona.
If you’re taking a solo trip for the first time, a European city like Barcelona is a good place to start. The city is dynamic, the streets and cafes are always packed, it’s safe to walk around at night and people mostly speak English.