1. Karen Erickson

    Great post, if you’re backpacking through London and need a place to stay look me up, I just moved here from the states and have a couch you can probably crash on.

  2. Pete

    Hey Lauren!
    I found your blog because I am researching how to get the most out of a business trip to Geneva. I will be there for a little over 3 weeks and have nights and weekends alone. I am in no way a world traveler having been out of the country only twice (st. Lucia and Jamaica). I loved reading about your trip but I was wondering if you would have any other additional tips for me since I will be there for a few weeks. If you do have anything you would like to share, please feel free to send me an email.
    Thanks in advance for any assistance!

  3. Hello, I will be staying in Murten for two weeks on business and would like to know if there is anything within range for me to see. I will probably have one weekend free. Luckily all my expenses are taken care of outside of my free time.

    • Hi Joseph! I did not personally go to Murten but several of my friends have and have said that it is a beautiful and charming Medieval town. I have also heard it recommended to take a boat tour of the lake as well as to the wine-growing region of Vully. I hope you have a wonderful trip. Switzerland in summer will be incredible!

  4. This is such an useful information. I am going to visit Switzerland next month. I can`t wait to see this gorgeous nature. I feel like I am going to spend time of my life there. Greetings!

  5. JS

    I agree with the solitude.. I’m here for studying and still I feel so lonely here.. I have friends and stuff but it’s dificult to meet sb to date with. But the nature is beautiful, indeed.

  6. Rei

    Hi Lauren,
    I’m planning to go to Switzerland sometime this year and it would be the first time I’ll be traveling alone. I want to go to mount titlis. Any suggestions? I am just concerned of not being able to find my way around. Any advise?

  7. Orlan

    Hi Lauren,

    Thanks for the tips. I’ll be visiting for the first time (hopefully by September 2016) the Swiss Alps and Switzerland itself. Your tips are so great for me as a solo traveller, all the way from the Philippines.

    Looking forward to your other blogs. God bless and enjoy life.


  8. Bhaskar

    Hi Lauren, I am from India. I will be travelling to Switzerland on vacation with my family. I will be travelling to Zurich, Champoussin and Geneva. Came across your really useful blog. Looks like i need to get ready for a solitary time in Champoussin. Thanks for all the inputs. Di share if you have any insights on how you to got access to train timings on the net in English? Thanks. Bhaskar

  9. Amazing article with great info! Actually, i am planning to visit the top place in Switzerland like:
    1. Lugano
    2. Chateau de Chillon, Montreux
    3. Swiss National Park, Zernez
    4. Fasnacht Spring Carnival, Basel and more
    Thanks dear for your helpful information.

  10. deba

    Hi, thinking of a visit to Switzerland but dont know much about the country. we are looking for somewhere BUSY with LOTS of shopping, sightseeing, daytrips that type of thing. HELP

  11. Mary

    Hi…Lauren…. It seems we both share a common interest for travelling.
    I’ve been to Swiss twice, but would like to see it again on various trains like chocolate express, bernina etc.
    Yes alone… is it convenient to explore through these trains?
    Would like to go for 2 weeks from London.
    Ur reply will be appreciated.
    Kindest regards

    • Hi Mary! Glad to connect with a fellow travel enthusiast. Yes the trains in Switzerland are excellent. Rail travel is a great way to explore the country!

  12. “Combine these solitary activities with the lack of people and you will find yourself spending days alone in the wilderness wondering why you have no friends and what your purpose in life is.”

    I pulled this out from your post. It was interesting. I think most of us wonder the same things surrounding with people every day.

  13. Rose Harris

    I will be traveling to Geneva for the first time as a guest of an older woman I am also a woman by the way. I have so many question s lime what kind of clothing do I take with me and what should I wear? I am going around the end of August. Also how much money should I take With me, as I will be there about 10 days. What shoes should I wear as I only have sandals and what other items should I bring? What type of lugguage? Please help me with as much information as you can. Thank you in advance.

  14. Sophear

    Hi Lauren,
    Thank you for providing some great insights. We will be traveling to Geneva in June and can’t wait. Staying in the downtown area, please provide any additional suggestions of eateries and sightseeing.
    Thank you again for sharing your trip with us!

  15. Brandy

    I’m being sent for work from USA.. Solothurn I believe. Love ur post. I’m scared to death but hey Hallow is coming soon huh? Lol This will be the trip of my life.. Any advice? I’m not a traveler.. Born and raised in Missouri USA

    Thanks for any advice

  16. Candace

    Hi Lauren. The last 5 years of non-stop work travel in the U.S. has me exhausted and I have booked a flight into Zurich for Christmas this year. I have not found a place to stay yet but alone with my stack of novels, mountain views, real hot chocolate and a roaring fire is exactly what I am looking for. Any suggestions you have are very much appreciated.

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