The 10 Best Places In The U.S. For A Solo Trip

10. Naples, Florida

Naples Pier beach, mangrove kayaking, and 90+ golf courses are available. Dolphin watching cruises from Marco Island, 30 minutes south of Naples, will make you smile.

9. Boston, Massachusetts

Boston is large but feels like a little town. The T, the city's metro system, crosses the Charles River to Cambridge, and you may walk around the historic core.

8. Boulder, Colorado

Eldorado Canyon State Park is 20 minutes south of downtown, the two-mile Flagstaff Mountain hike is 15 minutes west, and the Flatirons are less than 10 minutes by automobile.

7. Portland, Oregon

Food cart parks are distributed across the city where you can taste pizza, Senegalese, and other cuisine in a pleasant and festive setting.

6. Asheville, North Carolina

Hikers can climb Mount Pisgah (2.6 miles round-trip) or the Craggy Pinnacle Trail (one mile with stunning views). Bikers can ride the Blue Ridge Parkway.

5. Sedona, Arizona

For a full resort experience, stay at the Amara Resort and Spa or visit one of the city's many day spas: Longtime favorites include A Spa for You and Sedona's New Day Spa.

4. Charleston, South Carolina

Art aficionados will appreciate this vibrant seaside city in South Carolina. The first Friday of every month, Charleston presents an Art Walk with over 35 fine art galleries.

3. Nashville, Tennessee

Check out The Basement, a quaint live music venue with a large patio, at 3rd and Lindsley. Hattie B's spicy fried chicken must be had before leaving the city.

2. Portland, Maine

From the beachfront city, you can take a ferry or boat charter or taste Luke's Lobster's greatest lobster rolls.

1. San Francisco, California

San Francisco has many attractions, including Muir Woods, bay views, and convenient access to Redwood forests.