Going on vacation with family and friends always sounds like a dream, but you will be doing a lot of compromising, forfeiting your personal choice for a choice that is best suited for the group. And this is good and the experience is more often than not rewarding of the sacrifice made. And this is because we were created for connection and relationships. But there are those days you need space and time to connect with yourself first so as to be able to better connect with those around you. If today is one of “those days” then it is enough reason why you should ditch the schedule Tetris and head out on a solo getaway instead. You can do whatever you want, whenever you want, without having to please anyone. Where else to go that is as exciting and fulfilling as the USA? The hardest part is figuring out where exactly in the USA to go? That, we can help you with.

The Top amazing destinations for your solo getaway in the USA are:

Portland, Oregon

Portland seems it’s hard-wired for solo travelers. Known as one of the friendliest places to travel alone in the US.  Explore the sprawling urban wilderness of Forest Park or head to Washington Park, where you’ll find a zoo, two museums, and a rose garden with a stunning view of the city skyline. If sports is your thing, join the Timbers Army at Providence Park or see the Portland Trail Blazers shoot some hoops. And craft beer lovers have more than 75 breweries to choose from. If you’re traveling alone to Portland by car, you may also take a picturesque drive along the Oregon Coast Highway. If that’s not enough to convince you about Portland, how about tax-free shopping?

Boulder, Colorado

Easily one of the safest cities in the states, and one that you could never get tired of. Opt for a stroll through Rocky Mountain National Park or Golden Gate Canyon State Park to take in all of Mother Nature’s glory. There are dozens of galleries, museums, theaters, and dance studios with performances and shows to check out fairly often. Boulder’s Farmer’s Market is a great way to support local farmers and chefs, and it’s known as one of the biggest foodie towns in North America.

Bayfield, Wisconsin

Traveling alone is a good opportunity to immerse yourself in nature, and you’ll find plenty of that in Bayfield. Rent a kayak or paddleboard to explore the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore and its 21 islands dotted with cultural sea caves. Take a ferry to Stockton Island and the “singing sands” of Julian Bar, where quartz in the sand produces a squeaking noise under your bare feet. There are plenty of beaches and quirky hangouts as well. If you love camping, there’s plenty of that and if you visit in the winter, the famous caves ices over, which looks incredible. If you’re into photography and the outdoors, then you will absolutely love this little town on Lake Superior, the jumping-off point for the Apostle Islands.

San Diego, California

If beaches and blue skies are on your wishlist, San Diego is one of the best places to travel alone. With more than 70 miles of coastline, you’re spoiled for choice for things to do, from surfing and stand-up paddleboarding in Mission Bay to joining a beach volleyball game in Ocean Beach. Thanks to a new bridge at the airport, now it’s even easier to head further south to Tijuana, where you can see the border town’s renaissance.

Washington, D.C.

Museums are best explored alone, and in D.C. you have more than 20 to choose from—most of which are, so you can spend as much or as little time in each as you wish. Visit the National Gallery of Art and its gorgeous Sculpture Garden. Jump into a water taxi and cruise along the Potomac, past some of America’s oldest riverfront neighborhoods. Hop off at Georgetown and you’ll see why this 18th-century port town continues to charm visitors thanks to its scenic views and unique boutiques. The District also has a hot food scene; as a solo traveler, you have a better shot at getting into highly coveted spots.

Austin, Texas

Music lovers traveling alone should put Austin at the top of their playlist. With more than 250 music venues, it’s known as the live music capital of the world for a reason.  For bars and live music, check out Sixth Street, for a young scene, hit up Rainey Street, and to hang with the locals, check out Elephant Room, Eastside Showroom, and Brass House. Austin is most famous for its festivals, especially SXSW (South by Southwest). Music isn’t all Austin has to offer, though. Get some exercise on the Lady Bird Hike and Bike trail, cool off with a paddle in Lady Bird Lake, and treat yourself to a pair of kickass cowboy boots from Allen’s. It’s the perfect soundtrack for a solo trip.

 New Orleans, Louisiana

“If you like the weird, wild and wacky this is the place for you.” — TripAdvisor Reviewers. The Big Easy is one of the friendliest cities in America, according to Travel + Leisure, meaning it’s a great solo travel destination. Stroll around the world-renowned French Quarter, browse the boutique stores on Magazine Street, and visit Café du Monde, famous for café au lait and beignets. It wouldn’t be an authentic New Orleans trip without some jazz. If you miss the annual Jazz Fest you can always take a trip to the Jazz Museum, which celebrates the art in all its forms through musical performances and interactive exhibits. If you have a soft spot for spookiness, New Orleans has some of the best ghost tours in America, among other great experiences like boat harbor cruises, food tours, and historical sightseeing. There are a Swamp and Plantation excursion where you can see old oak trees covered in Spanish moss that makes for some amazing photos.

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