There are so many benefits to just bringing a handbag or backpack. To get started, you don’t have to wait in a luggage carousel when landing at your destination.
Also, most airlines today charge a surcharge for each piece of checked baggage, so avoiding these costs means extra money for new experiences.
If you want to visit as many places as possible, but don’t want to spend more money than you really need, this trick is perfect for you: look for long stops when looking for flights. You may be able to explore another city or country, and the duration of the stopover may vary from a few hours to a day! And since they are not direct flights, their prices are usually cheaper.
Now this trick works for all passengers. Whether you take a handbag or a suitcase, travel by plane or car, you want to be able to fit as many items of clothing as possible, right? So rolling shirts and pants instead of folding them is a great technique that takes up less space in your bag, leaving more room for new purchases and souvenirs.
Checking for events during your trip
Maybe your new favorite band is performing on the weekend of your trip, or there’s a film festival you didn’t know about. Searching for these events can make your experience especially special – and if you’re not interested in these activities, knowing what’s going on around the city can help you get stuck in traffic during your precious vacation!