The Top Five Things you need for Travelling this Christmas

The Top Five Things you need for Travelling this Christmas

While Christmas might typically be a time where we stay at home with the family, it’s also a fantastic opportunity to do some travelling. Experiencing the festive period in different countries, cultures and climes can be a once in a lifetime opportunity. So if you are planning on heading abroad you need to make sure you’re fully prepared.

To point you in the right direction then, here are the top five things you need for travelling this Christmas:

#5 Portable Phone Charger Pack

Needless to say really but your smartphone is something you can’t do without. Just imagine not being able to phone home over New Year, or indeed on Christmas day itself! With a portable phone charger pack this is no longer an issue; these packs simply plug into your phone and charge it up when your battery is running low. Remember to get one that’s compatible with your device though and charge the pack first.

#4 Rucksack

You might have a big suitcase for most of your belongings but it’s worth investing in a decent rucksack for when you’re out and about in your destination. European nations can still have wintery weather so it’s best to get something from an outdoor store that’s strong, waterproof and comfortable to wear.

#3 The Right Clothes

In a similar vein to the above, you need to research what the weather will be like in your chosen country and invest in appropriate attire. This means everything from the shoes you wear, to thermals, shorts and other temperature appropriate items.

#2 An E-Reader

If you’re looking for a more relaxing time on your holiday then there’s nothing better than a good book. Rather than filling your case with hardbacks, make the digital switch and invest in an e-reader where you can have hundreds of books all contained within these innovative tablet devices. Plus, they can make long flights and transfers pass by much quicker!

#1 Guide Book

If you’re intent on taking a physical copy of a book then you should make it a guide book for your destination. These often come with maps and are great if you’re out sightseeing as they will often highlight hidden gems that can make your trip even more enjoyable.

With all this in mind then, be sure to take on board this advice and get these items bought well in time for your trip to ensure it all goes to plan. Then, all there’s left to do is play the waiting game and eventually enjoy what is bound to be an incredible Christmas holiday.

Photo Credit: Carnaby Christmas

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