Eurotrip: The Ultimate Guide to Packing Your Travel Suitcase.

We know that traveling to Europe is an incredible experience, full of excitement and, above all, dreams to fulfill. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of things we consider essential for your suitcase if you’re having a Eurotrip:

1. Passport and other important documents:

This may seem obvious, but you would be surprised by the number of people who arrive at the airport and realize at the last minute that they have left their passports behind. So, make sure to bring your important documents for your trip, such as your passport, visa, driver’s license, and travel insurance policy.

2. Cash and credit cards:

Nowadays, we have many ways to solve the “emergency” money transfer from one country to another. However, you will not want any inconvenients on your European journey, so make sure to carry the necessary cash and credit cards to cover your travel expenses.

3. Appropriate clothing for the weather:

In Europe, the weather can vary depending on the country, region, and season. Therefore, we recommend searching for information about each destination and the dates you will be visiting to dress comfortably and appropriately.

4. Comfortable footwear:

If you have already researched your Eurotrip, you have probably noticed that Europe is full of small, cobbled, and steep streets. Long walks await you, so bring comfortable, sturdy shoes adapted to the season’s weather! Don’t forget blister-preventing band-aids; they can be a lifesaver.

5. Camera and electronic devices:

Our cell phones have become great allies that have almost everything we need to document our trip. So, we’ll take it to our trip and that’s for sure. However, if you love going a bit further with your photos, don’t forget to bring your camera and favorite lenses, a spare battery, and, of course, all the charging cables. It’s also advisable to bring headphones for entertainment on the plane.

6. Plug adapter:

This is one of the biggest surprises tourists face when visiting Europe Pugs! They are different from those in other countries, so it’s important to bring an adapter to charge your electronic devices.

7. First aid kit:

Assemble your mini first aid kit, including band-aids, pain relievers, antihistamines, antacids, and motion sickness medication. Make sure you have tried all of them before your trip to Europe to avoid finding out you are allergic to a medication while abroad. 

8. Backpack or travel bag:

In addition to your regular suitcase, it’s always good to bring a comfortable backpack to carry your belongings during the day.

I hope this list helps you prepare for your Eurotrip, and please check out our tours. We offer incredible, budget-friendly packages with departures from anywhere in the United States, making sure your trip is the best trip ever.

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