We traveled across Europe for a month in August / September 2021, and although it was one of the most challenging trips we’ve taken, it was also one of the most rewarding. The itinerary had to change several times because of canceled flights and travel bans, but we finally made it! After so many canceled trips, we could finally take the trip that we planned over a year and a half ago.
Yes, right now, there are more travel obstacles, but with some extra planning, you can enjoy the journey!
Here’s your checklist of ✓ things to do, ✓ things to purchase, and ✓ things to pack before your Europe trip.
No one wants to feel overwhelmed with a long list of things to do when going on vacation, but there’s some pre-travel prep work that you’ll need to do before heading out on your travels. Even during normal travel times, there’s a list of things to take care of, but travel, and especially international travel, during Covid requires some extra preparation.
I was hesitant to visit Lake Como because of its popularity, but I was so wrong, and Lake Como became one of my favorite destinations. With charming towns, natural beauty, and a laid-back lake vibe, Lake Como is a dream destination. I’ll give you some travel tips about where to stay and how to get around. [continue reading]
Love wine? Be sure to include these fun wine festivals in your Germany travel itinerary. The first drink to come to mind when I mention Germany probably isn’t wine, but the country is filled with vineyards and has a long history of wine production.
Download the free wine road guide to start planning your Germany travel itinerary. [continue reading]
Dining out in a foreign country can be difficult when you don’t speak the language. This post gives you some advice and tips for reading a menu, ordering, and tipping in Germany. [continue reading]