There's nothing like those special trips that truly embody "me, myself, and I." While traveling with family or friends can lead to long-lasting memories, some people want to take a step back from everyone and everything. Plenty of tourist attractions, iconic sites, and cities are tailor-made to accommodate groups, but some places are perfect for a party of one. Plus, you can craft your itinerary and not have to worry about other decisions and preferences.
That's why Good Housekeeping compiled a list of the best solo travel destinations, from beloved metropolitan cities to smaller, intimate towns and locations.
The capital of Washington State landed a spot on the list. Olympia has all sorts of interesting things to do, from hiking trails in Capitol Forest and tourist-friendly farms to breweries serving unique taps. Writers also suggested some places to check out while you're in the city:
Olympia is not only the capital of Washington, but also a charming city with a waterfront boardwalk, famed farmers market and the Billy Frank Jr. Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge. Its also filled with diverse cuisines, including Latin street food, Korean fare and Pacific Northwest oysters.