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5 Tips for Planning Your Europe Travel
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June to September are the best months to visit Europe, summer-fall season means gorgeous beach weather and a packed festive calendar. Planning a trip to European destinations can be a fun and most exciting thing to do. To fully enjoy a European tour, you need to plan every little thing about it to ensure time and cost are well spent. Here are some 5 travel tips to Europe that you might find useful in organizing your travel. 1. Decide your destinations Always decide the destinations that you would like to visit during your vacation in Europe. This will also help you...
Carry-On Luggage – 7 Important Features to Check Before You Buy
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As airline baggage fees and limitations keep rising, carry-on luggage has gradually become more important. 5 years ago you most people would check in a suit case and take a small backpack onboard for snacks, media or other things to pass flight time more comfortably. Today however, things work completely different, and most people going on a short trip prefer taking a single carry-on bag which includes all their belongings, including things for the flight, and for the destination (clothes etc.). Taking your luggage with you on board means you won’t have to wait at the carousel later, and won’t...
How to Avoid Paying Airline Baggage Fees? 6 Tips That Can Save You Money
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Air travel has never been cheap and affordable as it is today. The rise of the low-cost fares and the fierce competition between the airlines have pushed plane ticket prices down, making frequent travel affordable to more and more people. But as you have probably noticed, the airlines found new ways to compensate for the lower ticket prices, they simply charge separately for just about anything - reservation of seats, priority boarding, food and beverages (some airlines would even ask you to pay for a glass of water!) and of course, your luggage. According to the U.S. Bureau of Transportation...