Calling all solo travel loving Pirates. Whether you're experienced in travelling alone or have always fancied life as a single traveller, have we got a bargain for you!
Jet off to Copenhagen next month and tick off another city off your 'must visit' list. For 2 nights you will be staying in a mixed dorm (female only dorms available at the same price) at the stylish Steel House hostel.
Within walking distance from the city centre as well as boasting an on site pool, this is the perfect location to base yourself when solo in Scandinavia. If the hostel life isn't for you, click through to see a list of other great hotels and accommodation.
Booking Info Timeframe: 1. Apr. 2019 - 11. May. 2019
Example departure from London, 4th April:
- 23rd April from £84*
- 25th April from £78*
- 29th April from £97*
- 30th April from £69*
- 1st May from £82*
- Not your dates? Simply click through and alter them to suit you better.
Please note -- *Prices are correct at time of publishing, based on the sample dates provided and are subject to fluctuation, depending on availability. Prices are subject to change. Inventory may be limited. Special T&C’s may apply.
- Travel duration: 2 nights
- Example date: 4th - 6th April
- Departure from London to Copenhagen
- 2* city hostel - 4/5 on TripAdvisor
- Board basis – room only
- Based on 2 adults
Price breakdown for 2 adults sharing:
- Expedia holiday – £67*
About your stay
Forget about any preconceived ideas you may have about hostels because the Steel House in Copenhagen is different.
Bunks are built like pods with their own power socket, free WiFi and secure lockers. You can either select a female only or mixed dorm during the booking process. Bathrooms are communal as is the kitchen area.
There is also an on site restaurant, bar and - a rarity in hostels - an indoor pool!
Going it alone
Travelling by one's self can be a daunting prospect at first, however, it can also be a liberating experience. If you have never done it before, then why not try Denmark? The big European cities are some of the safest places in order to start your solo adventure. Our top tip is to use common sense in all aspects of your trip when it comes to money, expensive items and walking alone at night. There are a great many solo travellers making their way through this area of the world so there will be plenty of chances to meet new people.