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The essential Chisinau travel guide for the solo traveler, including Moldova travel advice for Transnistria and Moldova's famous wineries.
It's a huge country but plenty of solo women travel to Australia - and love it. Find out more.
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Ghost tourism - if you're a fan of unusual, scary or paranormal attractions.
From culinary disaster to acceptable chef, and all it took was a four-day Tuscan cooking class in Italy.
Everyone claims to have discovered the best Spanish tapas - and we're no different. I polled more than a dozen travel experts and they all weighed in with their faves, address included.
If a country promotes discrimination and ignores human rights, is a travel boycott the answer? Should we stay away, or are we doing more harm than good?
Choosing the best train pass for Europe (Eurail, Interrail and the rest) can be complicated, so I've outlined it for you, step by step so you can't go wrong and only buy what you need.
The beauty of Europe is its diversity - drive for an hour and you're in a different country. Here is a look at some great solo Europe destinations.
Staying in a hostel for the first time could be daunting, especially if you're past your 40s or 50s or more. But it doesn't have to be. Here's a first-timer's guide to walk you every step of the way.