I woke up early for my 11 am Wizz air flight to Venice Italy. No flight delays, and the weather is perfectly fine. The plane landed at exactly 12:15 pm. Since I do not carry any euros, I withdrawn money from the ATM near the exit.
I looked for bus heading to Piazza Roma, the fare cost 12€ one way. If you need RT you can get it for 22€. Piazza Roma is the last stop. Bus ATVO. The bus driver also gave me a free map. As soon as I sat, I started mapping out the places I would like to visit.
Are you someone who is not at ease with travelling with someone? Do you like to do things your way when it comes to organizing trips? If yes, then being travelling alone might be your best recourse. But what do you get from taking a solo trip? Here we will discuss the advantages and disadvantages of being a solo traveller. Pros 1. The most obvious advantage is that you get complete independence. You are not bound by any schedules such as that of group tours and you get to do things that you like. No one will force you to go backpacking or hiking when all you want to do is another activity. By travelling alone, no one will wake you up at 6 am because you are in a group tour that follows a certain schedule and itinerary. Doing it alone can give you an opportunity to get out of your comfort zone. 2. Solo travel can also provide opportunities for making new friends. It is less intimidating to approach someone and start a conversation when you are alone rather than two of you. You can start by asking for directions especially if you are in an unfamiliar territory. […]