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Have you been thinking about traveling solo but aren’t sure how to pull it off?
And what about budget? Can you afford a trip when you don’t have someone to share the expenses?
Retail Me Not surveyed 2,000 Americans to uncover the , so grab your calendar and start planning some 2019 solo trips.
Were you surprised to see some of the cities on this list?
It’s true that the cost of living in some of these areas isn’t cheap, but each has plenty of available. Keep your accommodation costs down in the larger cities on this list by looking into a single-room vacation rentals through .
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You could hike some of the hundreds of trails the Blue Ridge Mountains offer in Asheville, or spend some time on the beachfront in Jacksonville. If you want a big-city feel mixed in with your dose of nature, the United States Botanic Garden in Washington is a great mix of both.
The French Market in New Orleans is a huge open-air market that sells produce, along with arts and crafts. And no trip to New Orleans is complete without gumbo and beignets. San Antonio is home to delicious cuisine — think beyond just Tex-Mex.
Washington is full of free museums and monuments to enjoy. From the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum to the National Zoo, solo travelers can enjoy a lot for free. Get some fresh air and exercise by walking around the monuments.
Whatever it is you enjoy, you’re bound to find your own adventure in one of these cities. Still not totally sure about traveling solo? Here are why you should try it.
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