Solo is one of the most popular cities in Indonesia, located in Java (Central) Island and has a good reputation as a vacation destination, especially for its local culinary delicacy. Solo is also very popular among Indonesians and foreigners for its Batik clothes. This is not my first visit to Solo, as I lived in Yogyakarta once which is about 1-hour drive to Solo, yet I never really explored Solo.
This time, I had approximately 24 hours to explore Solo (downtown). With 2 friends of mine, we tasted some culinary and looked around couples of interesting destinations around the downtown of this small historical city.
These were my 24-hour highlights and recommended destinations in downtown Solo: