Monday, 9 April 2018

Travel | Tips


With spring in full swing, many of us are looking forward to the summer and currently researching and planning holidays and so today I thought I would share a few of my favourite tips for travelling. I'm naturally a bit of a worrier when it comes to new places and so I always make sure that I'm really prepared so that I can truly enjoy the trip I've planned. Read on to check out some of my ideas for making your holiday the best it can be....


Downloadable Maps
Some locations abroad don't often have the best signal and the last thing you want to be doing is standing on a crowded street corner looking and feeling lost. CityMaps2Go is a great app for saving your planned locations and downloading them in map form onto your phone or tablet. There are lots of similar apps out there to save you from any hassle when you arrive at a new place.

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Prioritise 
Is it an experience you won't be able to get anywhere else? If the answer is yes then for me, it's worth spending a little extra money. Who knows if you'll ever return, so take the chance whilst you can. 

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Plan But Don't Overplan
It's good to make a short list of things that you really want to do before you go. Usually, there's a reason why you've chosen that place and there are places that you want to see. However, it's good to leave a few gaps in your itinerary though as you might be recommended something to do by a local or spot something exciting when you arrive.  


Clever Packing
I don't like to take a checked in suitcase for summer trips if I can help it, I feel that it slows you down and you end up not using most of the stuff inside anyway. Check the weather of your destination before you leave and pack versatile clothes. For toiletries, sample sizes and throw away sachets save space for anything extra bought whilst away. 

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Make Copies Of Documents
Keep print outs in your suitcase if you're carrying them around with you or vice versa. Alternatively, email the copies to yourself so you can access them at any point if there's an emergency.

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Check Out The City Passes
Some cities offer passes where a lump sum will get you into many of the famous attractions and museums. Make sure to do your research first as I've found that a few of them aren't worth it or haven't included what I've wanted to do. Most of the time though, they seem to be the best bet and can be bought for either 24, 48 or 72 hours. 




What are your best travel tips?

Rosanna
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54 comments:

  1. Great tips and your photos are beautiful. Have a great week.

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  2. All of these are great tips which are affordable and actually really useful. Thanks for sharing. I just bookmarked this post.

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  3. Great tips and such beautiful locations :)
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  4. So beautiful
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  5. beautiful shots hon... thanks for sharing x
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  6. This is a brilliant post! I never got a summer glow this year, which I don't mind but great post for those who want to keep it!
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  7. I always make sure to copy documents too as to avoid impt docu to be lost.
    Great tips

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  8. A great review indeed, thanks for the useful tips!

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  9. Lovely list Rosanna, particularly prioritising! Some opportunities are literally a 'once in a lifetime' kind of thing and so spending a little extra can be totally worth it :) Have a fabulous week!

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  10. Great photos

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  12. Great tips, thanks for sharing!
    Kisses

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  13. These are some great travel tips, thank you for sharing! :)
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  14. Before going to some new places I love to read a tun of travel blogs that show small places that only locals and adventures can find but were you should stop if you have the change. Like that I can discover hidden gems!

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  15. I'm not a planner when it comes traveling I like to swing it and see what happens :)

    Laura
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  16. I am having serious wanderlust right now.. definitely need to get away somewhere soon! Your tips are so useful, I'm going to keep them in mind next time I travel :)

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  17. Definitely agree with no overplanning! I'm naturally a bit of a worrier when it comes to travelling/new places too.
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  18. I definitely need to start packing smarter because I usually always want to take my whole closet with me LOL! Really enjoyed reading this post!!!

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  19. These are helpful tips.
    Kisses!

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  20. Thanks a lot :D

    Is this!! Nice tips my friend :D I'm totally agree!

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  21. Lovely tips dear, this is so on point, And yes, I do make digital copies of my important documents too, and save it to my email.

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