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Spring in Europe is a beautiful time of year to visit, whether you’re north in Ireland or south in Italy. We’re sharing our ultimate guide to packing for Europe in spring to help you create the best travel wardrobe.


Packing for Europe in Spring



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Europe can be an unpredictable place to travel to in terms of weather, and no matter what time of year you go, you could get sun or rain. It’s a huge continent with stunning and diverse countries, and vacations here can last from a weekend getaway to an entire year.

Always, always, always check the weather forecast for each destination on your itinerary before your trip. Once you’ve researched the weather, you can focus on creating a travel capsule wardrobe, which should easily fit in a carryon suitcase with the help of packing cubes to compress your clothing.

Spring in Europe runs from March through May and can be a beautiful time to visit, as the temperature is warming up and the tourists have yet to arrive. While the flowers will be starting to bloom, the weather will still be pretty cool and rainy in some parts of the continent.


Start by reading these general tips on packing for spring travel:


No matter where you visit, you should always be prepared for changing conditions, using layers and accessories to ensure you stay comfortable if the weather changes.


Tip: If the weather forecast predicts colder weather, read our packing guide for Europe in Winter!


Using tips from our readers, we’ve compiled the ultimate guide to packing for Europe in spring:




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France is beautiful in spring, with cool temps in the mid-50s to mid-60s F. The key to dressing for France in the spring is layering because the weather will vary throughout the day.

Long-sleeve tops and sweaters are ideal for unpredictable weather and are great for layering. A classic white button-down is also a polished option that’ll easily elevate any outfit and looks really cute under sweaters or over a well fitting black tee.




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Great denim is a staple in every French woman’s closet, so pack your favorite pair of jeans! They can go dressy or casual and are functional for sightseeing. Overall, readers say both jeans and wide leg pants are seen all around the streets of Paris.

For outerwear, opt for something warm and waterproof, as you’ll likely see a bit of rain during your trip. A packable rain jacket is a handy option that won’t take up much room in your day bag. Trench coats are classic and chic, even when it’s not raining!

You may also want to bring a packable umbrella to keep you extra dry.




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Leather ankle boots are the best shoes for France in the spring. And because you’ll likely see a few rain showers, readers highly recommend waterproof boots with great traction to handle the slick cobblestones.

You’ll always see cute sneakers on the locals, too, so bring a pair that’s ultra-supportive and fashion-forward!


For more tips, read our guide on what to pack for France!




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Spring in Italy is beautiful yet unpredictable. The north will be cooler, while the south will be more Mediterranean and warmer, but the temperatures will likely vary throughout the day no matter where you are. Early spring brings temperatures around 45-60 degrees F, while late spring can reach the high 60s F.

For a day of sightseeing, wear a long-sleeve shirt and bring a sweater with you to add or remove depending on what the day calls for. Long-sleeve tees are great to layer with and easy to style, especially if they’re in a neutral color and have a polished look.




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Italian women are all about blending function with style, especially because most cities are very walkable. When it comes to bottoms, Casual trousers and wide leg pants are a great way to stay comfortable while looking elevated as you sightsee.

Jeans are another spring staple in Italy. And while it’s chilly, you can definitely still wear dresses in the spring. Opt for a long sleeve dress or maxi dress and add a cardigan or leather jacket for extra warmth!




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Perhaps most important for Italy is comfortable shoes, as you’ll be walking for hours and on uneven cobblestone streets. In the spring, fashion sneakers or cute tennis shoes are a great sightseeing option.

Comfy ankle boots are a great option too, plus they can be dressed up easily.

You’ll likely see a few rain showers during your trip, so definitely bring a rain jacket just in case. If it looks like a good amount of rain is in the forecast, waterproof boots will definitely come in handy, especially for keeping your feet secure on the slick streets.


For more tips, please read our complete Italy packing list!




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United Kingdom


Spring in the UK means chilly weather, sudden rain showers, and beautiful blossoming trees. The one thing you can count on is unpredictable weather, so be sure you’re set with layers and waterproof gear! In general, the east is drier than the west, and it’s cooler up north than it is south, but general temperatures are in the mid-40s to mid-60s F.

One of the best ways to stay warm without wearing bulky clothing or heavy jackets is with a thermal base layer. Add a sweater and packable rain jacket, and you’re set for whatever weather is thrown at you! TFG readers say that rain jackets with protective hoods are ideal so that you won’t have to navigate an umbrella around crowded city streets.

Readers also recommend a beanie and a scarf for extra cold or windy days and for the evenings when the temperatures dip.




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The weather is quite breezy, so skirts aren’t commonly worn in England in the spring. Opt for a pair of comfortable jeans, instead. Ponte pants are great for London, as they’re comfy yet elevated.

When adventuring out in the countryside, fleece-lined leggings, hiking pants, or joggers are some great options.




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If you’re in the countryside, be prepared for mud!  You’ll see leather boots everywhere. Waterproof leather boots will be handy for the rain, and you could also opt for some waterproof sneakers on warmer days.


Want more tips? Find out what to pack for London year round!




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Springtime brings bright and sunny days to Ireland, with pleasant temperatures ranging from the mid-40s to mid-50s F. Expect bouts of rain and/or wind throughout your trip, too. The weather changes rapidly in Ireland, especially in the spring, so readers say the key to dressing right is lightweight layers.

Keep comfy by layering with long-sleeve tees and sweaters. Bring a base layer top for particularly cold days and for the evenings, too. Cashmere or merino wool sweaters are cute for city sightseeing, and sweatshirts are great for outdoorsy adventures.




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If outdoor activities or just long days of walking are on the itinerary, you’ll want a sportier pair of pants that’ll allow you to move around freely and keep you comfy. Spring is the perfect season for hiking, so bring your hiking gear!

If you’re visiting more metropolitan cities like Dublin, bring a pair of jeans.




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The best shoes for Ireland will be able to handle its unique landscapes and unpredictable weather. Rain is always a possibility, so waterproof boots and a warm waterproof jacket are musts. Waterproof sneakers are another stellar choice.

Some days can be sunny and moderately warm, but springtime in Ireland is generally chilly and evenings are quite cold, so readers suggest having a packable down jacket on hand. Puffer jackets are light and easy to carry yet warm, plus they’re cute and will go with any outfit.


Are you wondering what to wear in Ireland? Use these packing list ideas as a starting point for your trip!




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Temperatures steadily rise throughout the spring season in Germany, though day-to-day weather is quite volatile, so you may experience a mix of cold rain and warm sunshine throughout the day. Spring temperatures range from 50 – 65 degrees F and they don’t differ too much from city to city.

You’ll be prepared for all the elements with a warm top and a rain jacket. Alternate between long sleeve t-shirts and sweaters depending on the day’s temperatures, or layer both at night or on extra chilly days. Opt for neutral colors and well-tailored silhouettes if you want to fit in with the stylish locals!




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Add a pair of comfortable travel pants or jeans, and you’re ready to explore Germany.

Spring is a great time to bring out your dresses, too, but you may want to add tights or leggings underneath, especially in the evenings. Add some leather boots and you’re ready to hit the beer gardens!




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Pack shoes that can handle rain, like waterproof leather boots or waterproof sneakers.

Aside from rain jackets, women in Germany love wearing black leather jackets with a sweater underneath when it’s not raining. If you’re traveling in early spring, you may need a heavier winter jacket.

Readers also suggest bringing a scarf for chilly days.


For more tips, read up on what to wear in Germany!




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Spring is one of the most beautiful times to visit Spain. The weather is not too cold, with average temperatures in the 60s F and getting up to the 70s in May. Flowers bloom and the streets come to life with music and delicious, farm-fresh foods. Warmth comes with the sun, but as soon as it sets, you’ll feel the chill, so plan accordingly.

Have fun with your travel outfits for Spain in the spring. Flowy silhouettes, brighter colors, and fun prints are perfect for the season. Alternate between short-sleeve and long-sleeve tops depending on the weather, with a light cardigan sweater or jean jacket in case it gets chilly.




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To keep it stylish and fun but still functional for all the walking, readers suggest wide leg pants and cargo pants. If you’re traveling in early spring when it’s a tad chillier, opt for jeans or ponte pants. A simple maxi dress is also a great look for exploring in town.

There’s so much to do at night in Spain, so make sure you have a warmer jacket for the evenings as you stroll around outside. Lightweight puffer jackets and leather jackets are stellar options. And locals like to get dressed up when they go out, so pack a fun dress or two!




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Exploring Spanish cities requires lots of walking, so comfortable shoes are a must. While Spanish ladies love to look put-together, sneakers are an essential footwear item in Spain, especially because of the cobblestone streets! Bring a trendy pair of white sneakers that’ll go with everything you have packed, or bring your favorite neutral-colored tennis shoes for styling versatility.

You may also want to pack some ballet flats, strappy sandals, or comfortable wedges for a night out.


If you’re traveling to Spain, read our full packing list here!




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In Portugal, cooler weather prevails, as temperatures range from mid 50s to high 60s, so readers suggest lightweight and breathable long sleeve tees for your packing list for spring. Opt for fabrics such as cotton, linen, and merino wool, as they’ll add a nice amount of warmth without overheating you.




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While travel pants do reign supreme in many areas of Portugal, you could also pack some long sleeve dresses for a bit more polish and a night out, or opt for a midi dress that isn’t super thin.




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Waterproof ankle boots are ideal for Portugal in the spring — they’re worn by both locals and travelers. Pack a pair that’s sturdy, supportive, and won’t weigh you down. You won’t see many locals wearing heels due to the uneven streets, so a pair of stylish leather boots is also a perfect shoe to wear if you want to get a bit dressed up in the evening!




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Greece is a beautiful Mediterranean destination, and springtime brings lovely weather. The temperatures increase from around 60 degrees F in early March to the high 70s in May! But you can still expect evenings to be chilly, especially when you’re by the water.

Pack tank tops and blouses for the warmer days and long-sleeve tees and slouchy button-downs for cooler days.




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For pants, keep it beachy-chic with linen pants or stylish midi skirts. Or, if you want to step it up a notch to fit in with the elevated style of Athens, opt for polished jeans and trousers.

Top your outfits off with a light jacket.  A lightweight sweater would also come in handy for the evenings, especially if you’re dining outdoors. Comfortable blazers and denim jackets are great for warding off the evening chill, too.




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Having the right shoes is super important when in Greece, as you’ll no doubt be exploring many historical sites, like the Acropolis. Readers note that you’ll face​​ uneven ground, slippery marble, and plenty of stairs, so bring ultra-supportive shoes with great traction!

Sneakers are best for walking-heavy sightseeing days, but definitely add comfortable sandals to your packing list for strolling around town, shopping, relaxing seaside, and going out to eat.


For more tips, read our full packing list on what to wear in Greece.




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Austria in early spring can be decidedly chilly, increasing from the mid-40s to the mid-50s F. Further into the season is an ideal time to visit as you’ll likely encounter pleasantly warm, sunny weather, although be prepared for the occasional shower and overcast day.

For a springtime visit to Austria, bring lots of layers, as you can never be fully sure how the weather will progress when you set out in the morning. Pack a variety of simple long-sleeve tops and sweaters. Many readers suggest adding a thermal top for extra cold days and nights when you’ll be out and about.

For outerwear, definitely bring a rain jacket. A trench coat is a timeless piece that’s comfortable, practical, and sophisticated and looks good thrown over jeans or a dress. If you’re traveling early in the spring season, you may want to opt for a heavier jacket like a puffer coat.




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Whether trekking through the countryside or getting lost in Vienna, lightweight, quick-drying pants are best for the unpredictable weather, plus they’ll keep you nice and comfortable on active days.

For casual sightseeing on clear days, bring some stylish jeans to elevate your warm layers up top!




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In terms of footwear, pack sleek, waterproof boots. Chelsea boots are comfortable, always look on-trend, and go well with both dresses and jeans.

If you’re sightseeing on sunny days, bring a comfortable pair of tennis shoes. A chic ballet flat in a neutral shade is another footwear option that’s perfect for dressier evenings in the spring!


Before your trip, find out what to wear in Austria!




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While the days start to get longer, the cold winter weather lingers a bit in the spring, so you can still expect some chilly weather in Sweden. Temperatures range from the mid-30s to mid-50s. March often still sees snow, and the northern part of the country can remain white and wintery through most of the season.

Your spring essentials should include cozy layers, thermals, and a warm winter jacket.

Cashmere or merino wool sweaters are ideal for city breaks, as they’re lightweight yet naturally insulating and can always dress up an outfit. If you’re a nature lover and plan on exploring Sweden’s stunning trails, switch out the sweaters for hoodies and fleece jackets.




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Bicycles are a popular form of transport within the cities and a great way to sightsee, so be sure to pack comfortable travel pants that allow for plenty of mobility!

If you’re in a stylish city like Stockholm, black pants and ankle boots will form countless outfits, whether you’re enjoying a leisurely stroll through town or hitting one of the many bars and bistros all over the city center. Readers also suggest a nice pair of dark jeans that’ll work for day and night.

Fleece-lined leggings and hiking pants are great for any outdoor adventures!




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Whether snow or rain, you’re likely to see some precipitation here and there, so bring comfy waterproof boots that will keep your feet warm and protected from the elements.

Chic leather ankle boots are a staple among the stylish Swedes, though mid-calf boots and knee-high boots are extra warm and stylish options for the city! And if you plan on hiking, definitely make sure your hiking boots are waterproof.

A cute winter hat and a nice scarf are essential additions for frigid days and nights!


Here are some packing tips and Swedish style ideas to help you decide what to wear in Stockholm any time of the year!




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Spring weather in Switzerland can be very unpredictable. In higher altitudes, you can still see temperatures in the 30s F that eventually rise to the 50s, while lower-lying regions are slightly warmer, with temperatures reaching the high 50s F and up. Also, keep in mind that mornings and evenings are much colder than daytime temps, and it gets increasingly rainy throughout the season.

So when packing for Switzerland in the spring, it’s important to be prepared for anything!

You’ll pretty much always be wearing a warm jacket when exploring Switzerland. Bring something that’s both waterproof and windproof, with a protective hood and a simple, stylish look. Your layers underneath can be long sleeve merino wool tops, base layer tops, sweatshirts, and sweaters depending on the day’s activities.


For more tips, please read our complete Italy packing list!




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Comfortable travel pants are essential. Pack joggers or fleece-lined leggings for active days. You can dress them up for sightseeing with some cute boots and sweaters! And for rigorous hiking, bring hiking pants.

If you’re exploring the hip neighborhoods of Zurich, pack a pair of dark trousers or wide-leg denim.




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Whether strolling through the city or taking in the lush landscapes in the countryside, you’ll need some rugged, waterproof shoes. Boots are the most popular shoe among locals in the spring, so consider packing a pair that’s supportive, sturdy, and can handle various terrain.

If you want to look a bit dressier at night, stay warm with some black leather boots – preferably that are waterproof!


For more tips, read our guide on what to pack for Switzerland!




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Spring is arguably the most beautiful time of year to visit Norway, but the spring weather can either arrive incredibly early (in February) or late (with snow still there in May). You’ll want to check the weather before your trip to know which kind of spring weather you can expect, but generally, temperatures range from the 30s F at the beginning of the season to the 60s F at the end of the season. The weather can change quickly throughout the day, too, so layers that you can easily peel off or throw on during the day are a must.

Locals like to keep things simple in their wardrobe, right down to classic silhouettes and neutral colors. Casual yet polished is the norm. Start with turtleneck sweaters, alpaca, or long-sleeve t-shirts for layering.

If it’s freezing, top it off with a waterproof winter coat. In late spring, you’ll be set with a warm rain jacket or trench coat.




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If you’re exploring the city, a pair of warm hiking pants or dark jeans are perfect. Pants that are quick-drying and made of technical fabric are also really great to pack, especially for rainy days or active adventures.




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For footwear, waterproof boots are fabulous. They’re perfect for all elements and all occasions! And because Norweigan cities are so compact and walkable, make sure they’re supportive and comfortable for lots of walking.

If you’re spending time out in nature, waterproof hiking boots are the best option.

Readers add that it may be windy, so skip the umbrella and wear a beanie, scarf, and hooded jacket on those rainy days!


Here are more tips on what to wear in Norway!




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The Netherlands


The springtime weather gets warmer, from around 45 degrees F in early spring to 65 degrees F in late spring. The trees and tulips blossom and bloom and the sun will be shining plenty, but you’ll still rain here and there, so bring a packable umbrella ready for those rainy days!

A down puffer jacket will keep you warm when you’re exploring outside for hours on end. Readers love that they’re insulating and cozy but have a cute, minimal look that fits in with the chic style of the Dutch. On slightly warmer spring days, opt for a leather jacket, but if rain is in the forecast during your trip, pack a stylish rain jacket.

A lightweight turtleneck sweater will look cute peeking out from underneath. Or, bring your favorite cashmere or merino wool sweater layered with a white t-shirt. Versatility is key when you’re out and about for the day, as you’ll likely need to add and remove layers.

Add a neutral-colored scarf to keep your neck warm in the evenings!




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If you go on a bike tour through the flower fields or just want to cruise around town, you’ll need bike-friendly clothes. Readers suggest comfortable, stretchy pants and tennis shoes. Dutch style is laid back yet polished with a bit of an edge, so sleek black leggings and jeans are great choices for sightseeing.




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You’ll find yourself walking across the remarkable cobblestone streets as you explore, so opt for shoes that offer grip and are slip-resistant. Casual travel sneakers in neutral colors are a staple among stylish Dutch locals, as are leather boots.

If you want to dress up at night, readers suggest avoiding heels and going for some cute ballet flats instead.


Visiting the Netherlands on your next trip? Read up on what to wear in the Netherlands!




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Best Luggage for Europe


You’ve finally perfected your packing list for your destination and created a solid capsule collection – now it’s time to get packing! Which luggage will work best for your trip?

There are various things to consider when choosing the best luggage for Europe, including a difference in carry on size, strict weight restrictions, mobility on the cobblestone streets, and long flights of stairs.

If you want a softside option, the ultimate reader favorite brand is Travelpro. Their Platinum Elite soft luggage 20” has spinner wheels, organizational pockets on the front, a USB port, can even hold a laptop, and is expandable.

Read these tips on how to pick a suitcase and consider one of these top brands.




July Carry On


If you’re looking for a hardside pick, users rave about the July 21”carry on. It’s so easy to maneuver, it has a telescoping handle, amazingly easy wheels to navigate airports and airplane aisles, and is highly popular for Europe, being able to deal with the cobblestone streets!

One user said she took it on a 10-day European adventure, and it held up.




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For an alternate European carry on size bag, a backpack is always a good option too for anyone who prefers to travel hands-free. Learn how to choose the best travel backpack.

A travel tip for souvenir shopping in Lisbon is to bring a packable duffle bag to store all your goodies. Readers swear by the Wandf packable duffle and say it’s so easy to transport and is useful for other things like hauling laundry, not just gifts or souvenirs.




Left: Compass Rose Medium Carryon Packing Cubes (13″ x 8.5″ x 2.8″) | Right: Compass Rose Slim Carryon Packing Cubes (13″ x 5″ x 2.8″)


Depending on how many days or weeks you’re traveling, you may want to use luggage organizers such as packing cubes. These organizers allow optimum use of the space in your luggage while keeping everything organized and in place during your travels. They also make the task of unpacking and repacking simple and stress-free. Check out this video on how to organize using packing cubes; it’s incredibly easy!

Many readers use the Compass Rose Packing Cubes which are now offered in two sizes: slim and medium. The slim size cubes measure 13 x 5 x 2.8, and the medium size cubes measure 2.8 x 13 x 8.5. Both fit an international carry-on suticase and can help you organize and compress clothing items. The medium sizes is great for bulkier items.

Keep in mind that most of Europe’s budget airlines have a carry-on bag allowance of 55cm x 40cm x 20cm. Always check your airlines’ individual baggage rules and regulations in advance.


If you want more resources on what type of suitcase to choose, start here:




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Best Purse or Day Bag Europe


If you’ll be out and about all day and want to make sure you have all the essentials on you, opt for a backpack! It should be compact and comfy to carry yet nice and roomy for all of your things.

There’s still a risk of pickpocketing in crowded or touristy areas, so you may want to choose an anti-theft backpack that no one can get into, especially because the zippers are out of sight.




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If you want to travel light, a crossbody purse is great for sightseeing. Crossbodies are secure and comfortable, and your belongings will always be within reach.

Remember to hold it in front of you (not off to the side), and it’s always wise to choose a crossbody with anti-theft features. Another popular type of bag that readers recommend is a convertible backpack, which can often be worn on your back but also as a crossbody or tote.




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Alternatively, you could also opt for a sling bag or fanny pack. If you want to have your phone ready to take pictures, readers recommend crossbody phone purses, as they can keep your phone secure while you snap photos.




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Safety in Europe


Each destination will be different, but pickpocketing can still happen in crowded areas, so it’s wise to be prepared and vigilant.

Be cautious about where you stash your cash; one smart way to hide cash or cards is by wearing clothing that has hidden pockets and secure zippers. Jeans are handy for this reason: you can put important items, like your wallet and phone, in your front pockets, where it’s very difficult for a wandering hand to snatch it.

Add items like the Secret Bra Wallet and underwear with pockets to your packing list. You could also buy clothing with hidden pockets to hide valuables even deeper!

Be mindful of purse snatchers! They either slash the bottom of your bag so the contents fall out or slash the strap. Wear your purse strap across your body and the zipper towards the front. For extra security, check out this post about anti theft purses.



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