What I’m packing for my two-week European summer tour

Forgot to include underwear and toiletries in the video but YES! I am definitely bringing underwear and toiletries ­čśŤ oh and an adapter!

If you have any suggestions as to what else I should bring, please feel free to comment below as this is my first time going to Europe!

Thanks to feedback from other people, here are some of the other things I have to add on my list:

  • Pajamas
  • Raincoat
  • Ditching the stilettos in exchange for a black wedges or flats
  • Scarf
  • Underwear
  • Toiletries
  • Adapter
  • Chargers
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  1. Love to travel lightly! The camera and laptop definitely have to go!

    • jusztravel
    • June 29, 2015

    Can’t forget those ­čÖé Almost as essential as a passport. <3

  2. Congrats for packing lightly!
    Most of the girls end up carrying huge suitcases… I┬┤m a big fan of backpackers and as a full-time traveller I manage to carry only one bag weighing 15kg ­čśÇ No high heels for me, although I miss them!
    Happy travels sweet!
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  3. Great to travel light! ­čśÇ Cute video!
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    • jusztravel
    • June 30, 2015

    Hi Natalie!

    Thank you!

    I always travel with a suitcase only because I have no back pack and I’m not sure if I could carry the weight of my stuff on my shoulders. Hehe. I guess it’s all about preference ­čÖé

    • jusztravel
    • June 30, 2015

    Awww, thanks, hun! <3

  4. I would suggest swapping your suitcase for a backpack if you plan to go anywhere with cobblestone streets. It can be a nightmare to roll a suitcase around! And if you did get a backpack, you could get rid of a pair of shoes and some clothes. You can always do laundry and shop for more if you need it! ­čśë
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  5. Love the video!! Great idea :). Looks like a good list to me… only thing i’d leave out are the high heels… but that’s only cause i’m RUBBISH at walking in them. Great post.

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  6. I must confess that for me it’s really hard to pack lightly. A round of applauses to you!
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    • jusztravel
    • July 1, 2015

    thank you so much for the feedback! I am ditching the heels now haha ­čÖé

  8. When I went to Europe I used a nice fitting backpack and it is surprisingly not too much to carry because it has a wide hip buckle that distributes the weight evenly. When will you be going? I would lend you my backpack if you wanted to test it!

  9. If you got the underwear and toiletries covered, I guess you got it all covered! HA ­čśë
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  10. We were in Europe in the spring and tried to pack really light. I actually wish I’d bought a few warmer things as the weather wasn’t nearly as good as I hoped!
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  11. Like everyone else, I salute you for being able to pack so light!!! Congrats, girl! Don’t you every forget your undies and toiletries again! Hahaha!
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