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What To Pack For A Spring Trip To Europe 

27 Feb What To Pack For A Spring Trip To Europe 

What To Pack For A Spring Trip To Europe It can be hard to figure out what to pack for a trip to Europe during the spring season. You can still go skiing some places and other you can sunbathe on the beach. If you are travelling all over Europe including Scandinavia and Spain you will need a different range of clothes.


 

 

 

Fashionazzle Women’s Floral Print Short Sleeve Romper This romper is gorgeous and it is perfect for Southern Europe during the spring season. I personally love using flower rompers and dresses because you won’t see the sweat marks 😉

 

 


 

 

 

Doublju Long Raglan Sleeve Scoop Neck Flare Tunic Dress Top For Women 

I love dresses like this. It is perfect when it is not too hot, but not too cold either. It can be used for anything, partying, casual and as a regular sweater.

 

 


ForeMode Women Double Breasted Trench Coat 

Depending on when you travel to Europe, March and April tend to still be quite chilly. Especially in Northern Europe. It is a good idea to always bring a jacket because temperatures drastically drop when it is not sunny. With this stylish trench coat, you will fit right in.


 

Twilight Hills Infinity Scarf with Zippered Secret Pocket  This fashionable zippered scarf is perfect for travellers who don’t want to carry a Neck Stash around your neck for your valuables like passport and credit cards. There are a lot of pick-pocketing in Europe, especially in touristic places in France and Italy. This scarf will keep your valuables safe and no one would nowhere you hid them.

 

 

 

 


 

 

ROME: THE COMPLETE INSIDERS GUIDE FOR WOMEN TRAVELING TO ROME

Travelling in Europe as a solo female traveller is not the hardest but it is important to get tips on what to do and what not to do. Female travellers can experience many unfortunate things while travelling like for example assault. Rome is a must-see and if you are going as a solo-female traveller this book is perfect for you.

 

 


 

 

Lonely Planet Europe (Travel Guide) These travel guides are my favourites. I don’t want to travel to a new destination without a Lonely Planet travel guide! It gives you ideas on where to go, what to do, where to eat and stay! If you only want to get one thing from this list! This is a must!

 

 

 


 

Fjallraven Women’s Kanken Backpack, Peach Pink, One Size

This is the hottest backpack in Europe. The bag is designed to have even weight on both shoulders and works great for people that have back problems! You can get the backpack in all different colours, design and size. 

 

 

 

 


 




 


 

 

 

 TravelWise Packing Cube System – Durable 5 Piece Weekender  A packing cube system is so important for an organised trip! Have you ever gone backpacking and something leaked in your backpack and everything got wet? I have, and it sucks. This was before I heard about the cube system. This is a must-have for Europe.

 


 

 

 

Women Floral Pu Leather Travel Suitcases

This floral suitcase is perfect for a spring trip. It is fashionable and different from the normal and boring suitcases. You can get the suitcase in beige, pink and blue. The suitcase has 360 Spinner wheels and Retro 3 password lock.

 

 

 



Ban.do Awesome Identification Badge

This cute id badge is perfect for spring-travellers. It is made of Leatherette and can be hand washed. 

 

 

 

 


Bear Butt Double Parachute Hammock

You can get the hammock in 15 different colours. It is made of Nylon Taffeta  and feels soft. If it rips, they promise to give your money back. Bear Butt hammocks might have the best reviews on Amazon when it comes to hammocks. A must-have if you are planning on camping in Europe.

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

Extreme Cateyes Retro Vintage Celebrity Inspired High Pointed Frame Sunglasses I love these sunglasses, feel fabulous with these stylish cat-eye sunglasses. Sunglasses are essential if you are heading up the mountains/Alps where it could be snow. 

 

 

 


 

 

 

Moroccanoil Summer Travel Essentials Style Kit I love these products. It is perfect for split ends it provides long-term conditioning and best of all it is sulphate free, paraben free, protein free, glycerin free.

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

L’Oreal Paris Advanced Suncare Suncare Silky Sheer Lotion, SPF 30 3 fl oz Pack of 2 The sun can also be strong during spring in Europe, Especially in the south or in the mountains. SPF 30 is enough during this time of year.

 

 


 

 

 

 

6 in 1 Travel Essentials Kit is truly essential, it has a TSA lock, luggage scale, adapter, ear plugs, eye mask and waterproof passport cover. This is the perfect gift for the beginner-traveller that doesn’t own it already, and it is only $16! If there are one of these gifts that are really essential, it definitely is this 6 in 1 kit.

 

 


 

 

GoPro HERO6 Black

The Go Pro 6 is the newest GoPro. It is also the best of all of the GoPros.  The photos automatically upload to the QuikStory app.  You can film and take photos as deep as 30 meters underwater and this one you can go down 10 meters without housing! The Go Pro 6 has an updated UI, the 2-inch display makes it easy to frame shots, change settings and playback footage.

 


 

 Skyroam Mobile Hotspot: Global WiFi is a MUST for travellers. The Skyroam is a personal WiFi hotspot to get fast, secure mobile data around the world at top destinations in Europe, North and South America, Asia, Africa and Australia. Connecting up to 5 devices and you pay as you go. You don’t have to use a SIM, you simply just press start and you are free to surf the internet. It is possible to buy packages as little as $8 for 24-hour global day passes with unlimited data.

 

 

 


 




 


Rainlax Travel Umbrella Unbreakable Lightweight and windproof 

It can rain a lot in Europe during spring, and be windy at the same time. You might not want to carry waterproof jacket all the time. This stylish yellow umbrella is a must-have for globetrotters. Nothing sucks more ruining your umbrella because of the wind. With this one, you don’t have to buy a new one every time.

 

 

 



 

Scrubba Portable Laundry System Wash Bag

The Scrubba wash bag is a must-have for long-term travellers and backpackers staying in hostels, camping or backpackers in general. This washing bag makes it easier to wash your clothes and there is no washing machine or sink available.

 


 


12 Comments
  • Rhonda Albom
    Posted at 16:29h, 27 February Reply

    You have some really good picks here. I love the packing cubes and use them all the time. I don’t have a wash bag yet but I think it is brilliant. It will go well with my camping clothes line.

    • thevikingabroad
      thevikingabroad
      Posted at 16:30h, 02 March Reply

      packing cubes are a must 😀 thank you for stopping by 😀

  • LaiAriel R. Samangka ( Thelittlelai: Beyond limits)
    Posted at 08:19h, 28 February Reply

    This is truly a great list of things to bring when visiting Europe during spring, especially for those that haven’t experienced spring yet. I haven’t been to Europe and its always been my dream, and hopefully soon If I get the chance. I think the GoPro and the mobile Mobile WiFi is really a must. Thank you so much for sharing this with us.

    • thevikingabroad
      thevikingabroad
      Posted at 16:29h, 02 March Reply

      Spring in Europe is beautiful 😀 thank you for stopping by 😀

  • Cori
    Posted at 09:26h, 28 February Reply

    That trench coat is really cute! I’m in the market for a new spring coat, I might have to track it down.

    I have the Fjallraven backpack and I actually kind of hate it! The waterproof material makes it hot against my back, even though it’s practical for rainy days. I replaced it with a super cheap kids backpack from Target that takes up no space in my carry-on and have gotten tons of compliments on it.

    The first time I backpacked I sewed pockets into my sweatshirt and pants to hold my passport and credit cards when I took the night train or any time I felt like things were a little sketchy and didn’t want to have to worry about it. I like the infinity scarf idea, although (this is so embarrassing but whatever) I usually use my silk sleep sack as my scarf! There’s something to be said for things that have multiple uses, lol.

    • thevikingabroad
      thevikingabroad
      Posted at 16:29h, 02 March Reply

      ah really I haven’t experienced that with my Fjallraven back. It is good to know. thank you for stopping by 😀

  • Paige
    Posted at 08:28h, 01 March Reply

    These are the perfect spring essentials. I really need to look into Skyroam. That is such a handy little tool! That suitcase is positively darling as well!

    • thevikingabroad
      thevikingabroad
      Posted at 16:28h, 02 March Reply

      I love it too 😀 thank you for stopping by 😀

  • Jolina S....
    Posted at 10:23h, 01 March Reply

    Love this list — short but covers the essentials. I usually go without mobile data hen I’m traveling cause it can be expensive. But the SkyRoam at $8 for 24-hour global day passes with unlimited data–that sounds like a good deal. I love the wash bag suggestion, too. Perfect for traveling light.

    • thevikingabroad
      thevikingabroad
      Posted at 16:27h, 02 March Reply

      Pretty good deal for sure, thank you for stopping by 😀

  • Jacqui
    Posted at 00:21h, 04 April Reply

    Packing cubes were an absolutely lifesaver when I went abroad and lived out of a suitcase for 4 months haha.

    • thevikingabroad
      thevikingabroad
      Posted at 10:11h, 23 April Reply

      Yes, it is so good and important to use, makes it so much easier too.

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