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10 travel tips that will make your trip more enjoyable


Travel tips for your next vacation

1. Make a travel itinerary.

Plan your journey around the city sites and attractions you are most interested in seeing by becoming familiar with your location before you arrive. Read real traveler reviews on travel websites or in a city guidebook. Additionally, you can get in touch with the visitor's bureau and ask for travel guides.

And don't forget to ask questions as soon as you get there and are settled into your hotel. Most hotels' front desks and concierges are great places to get information about nearby restaurants, nightlife, and great insider tips.

2. Free Hotel Room Upgrades

Once you have reserved a room and checked into your hotel, it may be worthwhile to request an upgrade to better accommodation at no additional cost. Most hotels want you to stay again, so they might be accommodating if there are still rooms available. However, you won't have a chance if the hotel is fully booked. Just keep in mind to ask gently, because the hotel personnel will only do this at their discretion.

3. Don't Pack Too Much: 

Always try to pack minimally when you go on a trip. Only bring what you absolutely need, and you can always go back and get everything you forgot. You'll be happy you did, given the rising cost of airline baggage. Plus, it's preferable to shop when you're on vacation if you're going to spend the money!

4. Create an urgent list:

Make an emergency list before you depart on your trip. Keep a duplicate at home and take one with you. Include your doctor's contact information, health insurance information, phone numbers for your bank and credit cards, copies of your hotel and flight reservations, and account numbers for your bank and credit cards (be sure to remember any pin numbers).Another wise move is to give a trusted friend or relative a copy of your vacation itinerary, including your flight details, hotel contact information, and phone number, so they can contact you in the event of an emergency.

5. Spend less on food.

Indulging in the city's finer eateries is a terrific way to take advantage of everything it has to offer. Going to a top restaurant for lunch is a smart way to enjoy exquisite dining without spending a fortune. For a lot less money, you can enjoy the same service, view, and quality with a fixed-price, three-course dinner. Additionally, you can skip booking a dinner reservation, which might be difficult to do on short notice at more affluent venues. Making lunch your main meal allows you to further reduce costs by picking up something light for dinner or having a snack in your hotel room. Don't forget to ask the hotel concierge for suggestions on restaurants.

6. Vacationing outside of the busiest time

If you have the option, plan your travel for the off-season. The majority of travel expenses are cheaper, including flights, hotels, restaurants, and well-known sites. The potential savings can be substantial. You'll also find that less people, shorter lines, and fewer people will give you a better sense of the place and a more real experience overall.

7.Send your luggage in advance.

Before your flight, you might want to think about having your bags shipped directly to your hotel. You won't need to spend the time and energy on carrying your luggage to the airport, checking it in, waiting at baggage claim, and bringing it to your hotel. And no more traveling with misplaced luggage.

In addition, since airlines charge more for baggage, the time and financial savings are probably worth checking into. (Sorry, no pun intended!) Make sure to let the hotel know in advance that you will be arriving with luggage and have it delivered right to your room.

8. Make sure your bags are labeled.

Ensure that your luggage is securely labeled with your name, phone number, and flight information (but not your address). Both the exterior and the interior of the bag should include labels. This will make getting in touch with you and finding your luggage much simpler in the unfortunate situation if your luggage is lost in transit.

9. Book the Flight's Best Seat

Booking your ticket as early as possible and receiving a seat assignment are the first steps towards securing the seat you desire. You can phone the airline or go online to request a better seat closer to your flight. Ask airline staff during check-in and at the gate if at that time you haven't reserved the seat you desire. Since premium customers are given priority seating, these seats frequently become available at the last minute.

10. Maintain the cleanliness of your hotel room.

Okay, so you shouldn't have to do any housework before a trip, right? Well, we suggest, whether you're staying in a luxury hotel or a budget hotel, it's a good idea to spend a few minutes making your hotel room a bit more "comfortable" when you get there.

Remove the bedspread first. 

These are best kept in the closet because they are rarely, if ever, laundered. Second, use handkerchiefs to clean surfaces. Last but not least, use handi-wipes to clean any little items you'll be touching, including the phone, TV remote, doorknobs, etc. You will feel a lot more at home in hotels if you follow just a few simple measures.

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