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ing out ofStandby From light-bulb moments to meaningful-chance encounters, getting away may be just what the business doctor ordered. So while summer is nearly gone, you can still catch it. You'll get inspired. Ever seen the movie Hangover?


Got a big trip coming up? But simply treat this as a packing checklist and tick off each item as you go.

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When it comes to packing, the best way to pack a backpack is to save space. Our top tip is to fold your clothes efficiently. Roll your clothes up rather than fold them if it takes up less room. This guide will also work for suitcases for air travel too, not just backpacks. The most important thing to pack for your travels is your passport. You won't get very far without it.

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Once you've ticked everything off your pre-travel checklist, and before you put your foot out the door, one last check for that important little book really won't hurt. Before you travel, make sure your passport is valid too. It's always good to have at least six months on your passport before it expires so always check your expiry date in good time so you can order a new one before the trip comes. Don't forget to pack your EU adapters! Saves buying one in the airport and they can be pretty expensive. Two adapters should be enough for your travels so you can charge your laptop, phone, camera, hair appliances and more.

Pack enough underwear for your trip and maybe two or three extras.

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You can always wash your underwear during your travels if you do run out. Tip: remember to pack an small thin bag for your dirty laundry, it will separate your clean and dirty things so you don't get them mixed up. Socks are important because they will protect your feet from rubbing against your shoes when you do a lot of walking. We recommend packing thick socks if you're going somewhere cold and ankle socks if you'll be wearing trainers around the city. We all know the feeling when our phone runs out of battery on the road.

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So bring a portable phone charger so that you can give your phone some charge on the go. You don't want to have your phone die when you're lost in the city or miss out on amazing photo opportunities. One of our favourite affordable portable phone chargers is the Anker PowerCore Reduxa small power bank that never lets us down. The hard part: clothes. Remember to take a mix of light layers and warm layers for your trip depending where you're going.

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It's always handy to look up the weather before you go and pack accordingly. Packing light is a form of art and with limited space in your backpack, it's good to be strict with yourself and only bring what you need. Take into consideration what kind of activities you might be doing during your travels so that you're prepared with the right gear - whether you'll be hiking, snorkelling, partying, skiing or sightseeing around the city, you'll need appropriate attire.

If you're going on a long trip, be sure to check the hostel has a laundry room so you can wash your things and wear clothes over again. A waterproof mac with a hood will be your saviour during your trip. The weather around Europe can be unpredictable, so be prepared with waterproof layers if you're travelling to cities that are prone to rain.

Try and find a lightweight mac that's easy to pack a pack-a-mac is always a good shout and you can buy them cheap on Amazon or Primark. If you'll be doing a lot of walking or hiking then make sure to pack some good quality walking shoes.


Mountain Warehouse is a good website to buy some affordable walking shoes that will last for a few years to come. A sleeping bag is always handy to have - especially if you're a bit of a germaphobe. They're light, they're easy to pack and they make for the perfect bed lining if you're sleeping in a tent or hostel.

You won't need one at St Christopher's Inns hostels though as fresh bed linen is provided for every guest.

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Always carry a water bottle to stay hydrated on the road. Most travel backpacks have a water bottle compartment so it's easy to reach when you're walking around. Not only are reusable water bottles better for the environment but they're also a great way to save money so that you don't have to keep buying more. Don't forget your euros! We'd recommend finding a local currency exchange with the best rates rather than changing your cash at the airport where it's more expensive. Don't know how many euros to bring?

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Budget how much cash you'd need for each day and work from there. Bring essential hair products for healthy, happy locks during your travels. To minimise the toiletries you pack, we'd recommend bringing a hairbrush and some dry shampoo or hair gel in order to save up space for other items like deodorant and toothpaste. If you have enough space, a pair of curling thongs or straighteners are a nice thing to have but only if you NEED them.

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It's always good to have some medication on the road. Painkillers or allergy tablets will come in handy for headaches, muscle aches, period pains, stomach aches - so keep some on you just incase. Always carry Imodium or Dioralyte too. If you forget this bad boy, you'll regret it forever.

If you're looking to buy a new travel camera, Nowadays though, your smartphone camera is good quality enough to capture great shots so if you're trying to carry less, then ditch the camera. And with every camera you'll need a Remember your camera charger!

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And make sure you have a spare memory card on you if you'll need one! When it comes to deodorant, we always recommend taking a roll-on for travelling because it's smaller and hassle-free. A spray deodorant can sometimes be harmful to asthmatics who may be sharing your hostel dorm. Shampoo and conditioner bottles can be bulky to carry and they take up a lot of room in a backpack.

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Instead, you can fill up smaller-sized bottles with your hair liquids to save space. You can buy these small reusable bottles from Boots or Superdrug. Better yet, invest in some sustainable shampoo or conditioner bars for your hair and support the zero waste movement. These eco-friendly soap bars are plastic free and create zero waste because you end up using the whole product and the bar lasts ages!

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Same goes for your body wash. Try and pack mini versions or fill up small reusable bottles to save space. Or opt for a bar of soap in a tin that'll hopefully last your whole trip and save on plastic. Thick towels can take up a lot of room.

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So, ideally buy a thin microfibre towel that's easy to pack like these awesome ones from Amazon. They're definitely worth it if you want to save space. Most hostels don't provide towels so remember to bring yours. The heat and cold can really dry out your skin so use your go-to moisturiser every day during your travels. It's good to buy a moisturiser with SPF for extra protection from the sun. If you plan to party and hit the clubs, then make sure to pack some going-out outfits. It's hard to choose what to wear on nights out but be brutal and only pack what you need.

Two party outfits should be enough with a couple of extra tops so you can mix and match. You can wear trainers or boots to most of Europe's best clubs which is great because it saves space in your backpack. A pair of converse, flat biker boots or vans can be worn in the day and night; we love how versatile they are. You probably won't need heels unless you know that you're going somewhere a little fancier.

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Having access to a GPS App on your mobile phone will be a life saver when you're trying to navigate around a city. Download Maps. You never know if you'll have good al using GPS, or your phone battery might die so it would be helpful to pack a back-up map. Every backpacker should carry a first aid kit, you never know when you'll need it. Especially if you'll be doing a trekking-based trip. Travelling Europe in the winter can get quite chilly so wrap up and pack a scarf, hat and a pair of gloves.

It depends where you're going in Europe though. Don't forget your trusty toothbrush.

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