Whether you’re packing for a quick getaway or an extended trip, there are some apparel items that are a must for your suitcase. Before you jet away on your next vacation, follow our tips for clothing staples for every traveler.
If you plan to spend time outside, sunglasses are a necessity. Besides being comfortable, sunglasses protect your eyes from damaging rays.
Sweater or Sweatshirt
Even if you’re visiting a warm destination, it’s essential to pack some sort of sweater or sweatshirt you can wear if the plane is cold or if you visit a venue with strong air conditioning.
Unless you plan to attend any event or attraction with a dress code, a nice pair of dark wash jeans are perfect for transitioning from day to night looks. You can’t go wrong with a pair of Levi’s.
A classic t-shirt can be dressed up or down, depending on where you travel. Invest in a well-made version of this versatile item to stand up to multiple wears.
Mexico’s second-largest city is affectingly known as the San Francisco of Mexico and has one of the largest LGBTQ+ populations in the country. Unsurprisingly, that means it also boasts a vibrant, fun atmosphere for the community. From a thriving nightlife to plenty of queer-friendly restaurants and shops, there’s something around every corner for LGBTQ+ travelers.
While your first inclination might be panic when you map out the various appointments and meetings on your upcoming business trip, relax. Trust us, a rental car has you covered.
If you’ve ever wanted to pretend you’re a cowboy for the day, here’s your chance. Step into the boots of a gaucho on Camino Pampa’s estancia experience. The day starts at 8 a.m. with a pickup at your hotel in Buenos Aires to travel about an hour and a half into the countryside via private vehicle. Your guide will meet you in San Antonio de Areco, a historic gaucho town, where you will learn about the art of silver and metal-working and walk the sleepy colonial streets.
Once business concludes, a world of wonder awaits in many of Italy’s incredible cities.
Everyone who travels is intimately familiar with the sensation of pressure changes in airplane cabins as aircraft take off and land. Many travelers have their own methods to deal with the pain. Remedies range from swallowing to chewing gum to bringing along specialized goods to combat pressure changes.