In the final blog of our solo travel series, we delve into the world of apps to help you on your next adventure. In today’s modern world there are apps out there for everything you can think of and we have gathered together our favourites to share with you.  

  1. Eat With

One of our team members stumbled upon this gem when starting their solo travel journey. Initially connecting with locals for home-cooked meals, it’s now a hub for diverse experiences, from food tours to cooking courses. It’s a great way to meet people from all over the world and for making new friends.  

  1. Airbnb

Airbnb is a constant companion for travellers all over the world. Beyond offering entire homes and apartments, it’s a gateway to local insights from hosts who are often locals themselves. The app also features unique local experiences to really make your trip an adventure.

  1. Revolut

When it comes to exchange rates and general convenience abroad, Revolut is one of our favourite banking apps. Perfect for solo travelers who prefer to avoid carrying large sums of cash, ensuring worry-free financial transactions.

  1. Been

Track your global journey and find inspiration for future solo adventures. Interactively viewing the world helps discover hidden corners that might have otherwise gone unnoticed.

  1. Google Maps & Google Translate

A solo traveler’s dynamic duo! Google Maps guides seamlessly, while Google Translate breaks down language barriers. Essential tools for every solo adventurer navigating the world.

  1. Travel Smart

An invaluable safety companion, Travel Smart covers a range of safety information, from government notifications to travel tips and currency converters. All local emergency and embassy numbers are just a click away in case of emergencies.

  1. what3words

Mapping every 3 square meters of the world with unique three-word combinations, what3words is a lifesaver in emergencies. Easily locate, share, and navigate to precise locations using three simple words—an indispensable tool for solo adventurers.

So there you have some apps for your next trip. Happy travelling! You can review our other blogs in the solo travel series here:

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