The first and most important thing you need to make sure you’ve packed is your travel documents and your passport. Without these, you are not going anywhere.
So, to make sure you remember everything and bring everything back with you, you should make a list. I will list down things that people may forget to pack and some essentials that you should bring:
There’s always confusion when you go through airport security and need to get rid of your liquids. European baggage restrictions state that all liquids carried in hand luggage must be no more than 100ml per item, and must fit into transparent bags. If you’re carrying anything larger like bottles of sun cream, stow it away in your checked-in suitcase.
Bring a Frisbee, a camera to remember these moments forever, a phone in the case of an emergency and a few books so you can chill and relax by the pool for hours.
3. First aid kit
Bring a small bag with the most necessary pills and medicine you might need. Things like headache, fever and allergy tablets are a must. These safeguard you from the worst-case scenario and can keep you going until you get back home.
Remember to bring them otherwise all electronics are useless. Also, remember the chargers in case you run out of battery.
Bring trunks, goggles, a towel and your sunglasses.
Shoes can be frustrating as they take up the most space and can’t be packed as easily. Depending on where you’re going will dictate how many you should take. If it is a typical seaside holiday, one should suffice or maybe two if you want covered shoes for the evening, otherwise just keep to sandals or flip-flops. If you are going on a sightseeing holiday, then sturdier shoes need to be brought.