About Your Luggage: Practical And Smart Tips
Make your luggage stand out from the rest especially if your luggage is black and very common. Use a colored ribbon. Something that makes you stand out from the normal suitcase is already enough for you to find it on the baggage belt or to be found by the airline team in the event of a loss.
Get ready to lose your luggage and leave things you can not miss at home. Unfortunately, problems do happen and only then should we prepare for the worst case scenario. So keep some emergency clothing and your most important items in your carry-on luggage. This includes your documents, booking details, and electronics.
Hot places can become cold at night. Even if you go in the summer take a light jacket. Rather than carrying a large cool coat, use layered clothing. It’s a way of carrying less volume and is easier to handle when the cold is not so strong.
Consider carrying extra luggage, there are folding cloth purses. These are good options if you decide to go home with more. A foldable bag fits in any corner of your luggage and will be well used if you decide to buy some more souvenirs for the family.
Vacuum packing is a great option, especially if you are going in winter or need to bring bulky clothes. This product can be found in camping shops. It is a plastic bag that allows you to compress the internal volume, works great for large coats, scarves and clothes that take up a lot of space in the suitcase.
It is still very common for travellers to look at the backpack as an article for carefree, detached youngsters, and so they do not think twice about the time and choose the suitcase. Like most young people, in my first trips there was no choice, I had to travel in the backpacking style. But over time I was giving even more value to the backpack, the ease of walking through the old cobblestone streets, the run in between one train and another, stairs and the benefit and ease of having both hands free, showed that the Backpacking would be my best choice.