Stress-free Travel Tips

Summer is now in full swing, and the summer holidays season has finally begun. And that can mean only one thing – it’s time to get excited!

After all, there’s nothing quite like a holiday for bring a little rest and relaxation to your life.

Yet there’s no denying that travelling can be a little stressful. But that said, it doesn’t have to be!

To help you keep your cool, here we’ve put together a quick guide to some secrets to stress free travel, to help make your summer travels stress-free and successful.

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Dress Comfortably

Never ever wear tight clothing when travelling, especially if your flying, as this can be a recipe for only one thing – an uncomfortable journey.

Instead it’s best to stick to light, loose fitting clothing. This way you will stay comfortable no matter how long you have to sit or stand around for.

 

Online Check In

If you’re planning on travelling by plane then make sure to check in online before you jet off on your travels. This way you can save tons of time at the airport and avoid spending ages checking in.

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Be Early

If you’re not early you’re late;  this is one of the golden travel rules, know to all seasoned travellers.

From traffic jams to airport queues, there are number of factors that can throw your perfectly planned travel schedule into disarray, leaving you stressed. And cutting it fine is definitely not something you should try during the summer holiday season.

So make sure to give yourself a little extra time, so that you can relax, safe in the knowledge that should any hold ups occur you will have more than enough time on your side to deal with them.

 

Pack Light

Want to know the ultimate secret to stress free travel? It’s packing light. When we head off on our holidays, many of us are guilty of thinking that we need to take our whole wardrobe away with us, but it’s important to resist this temptation – after all, it can be a little impractical to say the least.

With this in mind, be strict with yourself and pack only what it is that you need, this might make the packing process a little more painful, but it will make moving around a whole lot easier.

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Stay Entertained

Boredom can be a real bummer, there’s no two ways about it. That’s why it’s important to keep yourself and your kids – if you have any – entertained whilst you travel. To beat the boredom try bringing a game or two with you to help pass the time.

 

Be Prepared

Make sure you plan out all aspect of your trip in advance, so that you know exactly where you are going and how you are going to get there.

Whilst this might seem a little excessive, if you want your travel plans to run smoothly then planning ahead is essential.

So try creating an itinerary for your holiday, that includes everything from your flight numbers and times to the address of your accommodation – to ensure that you are as prepared as possible.

 

 

Get Currency In Advance

Ok, so strictly speaking, buying foreign currency before you travel isn’t always the cheapest option  – depending on the type of credit card you have, this can actually be cheaper.

But if you’re a little nervous about arriving with no cash then ordering your currency in advance can save you some unnecessary stress and ultimately money too.

There are a number of price comparison websites out there that can help you to find the best rates for advance purchases – perfect!

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We hope you have enjoyed these top tips for stress free summer travel. Here at Jantom Holidays our holidays in Brittany are the ideal choice if you are looking for a relaxing summer break, that you will remember for all the right reasons.

For more information, please don’t hesitate to contact our friendly team today, by giving us a call on +44(0)7977 458126 and we will be happy to answer any questions you may have.

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