Packing Tips for River Cruises

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Cruising is one of the best types of holidays you can go on when you need to kick back, relax and forget all about the stresses of work and life in general. Cruising down one of the most iconic rivers in the world with great facilities on board is one of the best experiences I have had. I have been fortunate enough to go river cruising a couple of times in France, if you haven’t been then you need to do it as soon as possible. Whenever I head off on a relaxing French river cruise I know that it is important to pay close attention to what I am bringing with me. Knowing what to pack can make your holiday so much easier and also make you prepared for any situation you may find yourself in. Here are my top tips to help you prepare for you next cruise.

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What to put in your suitcase

My advice would be to bring some very comfortable clothing, casual clothing is the most suitable for people going on a cruise. Remember that river cruises are not like the going on a cruise liner, so forget about bringing you dinner jacket or flowing ball gown. If you are going to be visiting countries that have a different culture to your home, then do some research about what is appropriate dress – this is especially important if you plan to go to places of worship whilst on an excursion. You want to make sure that you are not turned away from any establishment if you are only going to be onshore for a day. You of course need to think about the fact that you cannot bring too much on the plane with you, keep this in mind when packing. Here is a great list of things to bring with you; walking shoes, smart shoes, small lightweight umbrella, lightweight rain jacket, jumper, sunglasses, sun hat, medicine and anything else you may need to keep you feeling great.

What to bring in you carry on case

Of course the number one thing that you need pack are your passports, credit cards, insurance documents and airline tickets. You should make copies of these documents and keep them separately. You will also need to pack; medication, prescriptions, reading glasses, contact lenses, important documents and papers, camera, memory cards, charger batteries and everything that is valuable that you do not want leave in your room.

 

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