Packing & Travel Tips for A European River Cruise
I am looking forward to all the adventures ahead but, have learned over my many years of travel that you need certain essentials to be well prepared for the possibilities and to enjoy each trip.
I have compiled my list of must haves for this river cruise yet, they can be applied to most international adventures.
Passport– and a cute case on it does not hurt.
TripCase – Viking recommended this App and it is incredible! TripCase gives travelers a single place to manage and organize their trips. Connected to powerful technology and travel companies, TripCase is an itinerary management app that delivers the right information at the right time.
Camera / Camera Charger/ Memory Cards – I think real camera photos are still so much better than iPhones. It is very important to get all the pieces listed in order for this run smoothly.
A Hat – I love the Tula brand for the sun protection and we will be outside constantly exploring or watching the world go by.
Light Jacket – I think the military jacket is my choice at the moment. It is cute with jeans or dresses.
Shawls– These are versatile for a plane, as a scarf or often in churches you have to cover your shoulders too.
Call your cell phone company and set up an international plan
Call your Credit Card company BEFORE you go and let them know the countries you will be visiting…nothing stinks more than being shut down.
Ask for upgrades politely. It cannot hurt but, always ask!
Hope these tip help you on your next trip abroad.
Please email me with any Budapest or Vienna tips.
búcsú = goodbye in Hungarian.
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