Spanish for female solo travelers can be more than useful in countless situations. Here are five scenarios that you could get into and basic responses to them.
A woman traveling alone in India is still confronted with numerous stories of what could happen to her. Lotte decided to ignore the voices and share her very own story about her three months.
Author Geraldine DeRuiter’s travel blog “The Everywhereist” was called “consistenly clever” by TIME magazine and enchants us every day with relateable stories. We got to interview her!
Ever had to endure a sexist comment and did not know what to say? Here is some inspiration: 10 best responses to sexist comments while traveling.
Going to Naples as a Female Solo Traveler? I was reluctant to go because I had heard that the city is tough. Nonetheless, I went, and I highly recommend, you do to. Here’s my story of visiting Naples and how this trip became my favorite solo trip of all time.
Let’s face it, at first going off the beaten path in Colombia might not sound like the best idea - especially for female solo travelers. But especiallay Jericó is! Follow Yasmina to Colombia!
Certaldo, located between Florence and Siena, is often overlooked. However, in Certaldo, I felt like we had found the “real deal” of the Tuscany.
There’s so much to do in Vienna - check out this list to get to know all sides of the city and get tips about what to do in Vancouver.
Andalusia - a land of 1001 nights. But how did the Arabs rule over such a great part of Europe what treasures did they leave behind? This is a post about Arab influences of Europe. We need to remind ourselves of this history in these turbolent times.
The heading says it all. It's THE Italian Dream Wedding of the Year, well and on the other side there is social anxiety at events and me. Nervous, insecure me.
I'm a strong believer in and advocate for learning about the places and countries you visit, about their history and their culture. A big part of Austrian Culture is WWII and everyone should visit a Concentration Camp when visiting to remember the dead and warn the living.
Depression after traveling is hard to snap out of This is not a guide on how to be happy. No, this is a try to find the solution myself – and maybe, just maybe you will understand.
Wherever I am, I seem to be searching for my next destination as I am making my bed.. This is my traveler’s syndrome. It’s a virus that spreads through my limbs, making them ache as soon as they rest. I am rootless.
Hi! I am Larissa, founder and editor-in-chief of the FTC. Let me take you on a journey of female travel stories, guides and taboo topics!
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