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Get Ready for Spring Break with These 3 Travel Tips
Enjoy your days under the sun

If you’ve decided to take a vacation over spring break this year, a lot can be done both before and during your escape to ensure you have a worthwhile experience. Follow these travel tips to make the most of your spring break trip.

Plan ahead

Since spring break is a popular time of the year to travel, it’s important to book your flight and hotel early. When choosing a flight, avoid selecting ones that fly direct, because these tend to be more expensive. You should opt to collect miles and points so that you can earn a free flight in the future. It’s also a good idea to create a packing list long before you arrive at the airport; this will help you remember your daily clothing items, phone chargers, boarding passes and other essentials. Leave extra room in your suitcase for souvenirs you might purchase during your vacation.

Before making your final hotel selection, be sure to occasionally view rates in advance; you’ll have a better chance of reserving a room when the rates are lower. If you’ve already made a hotel reservation, you can rebook when the rates drop as long as the reservation is refundable. Attempt to pick a hotel room that has a microwave and fridge, so you can make your own meals if needed.

Stay safe

While you may not want to dwell on all that could go wrong during your vacation, you still need to take safety precautions throughout your spring break. Each time you leave your hotel room, you should place valuable items in a safe or another secure location. You should also consider traveling with an extra credit card and a copy of your passport in case either item gets stolen.

When packing your suitcase, be sure to bring a first-aid kit, so you can prepare for small cuts and blisters you or your loved ones may get during the trip. Wearing high-quality shoes that you’ll be comfortable walking in can also help prevent sore or blistered feet. Sunscreen is another key item to have, even if you don’t intend to head to the beach.  

Select a variety of activities

To have a fantastic spring break trip, you should attempt to have a nice balance of planned and spontaneous activities. Pre-book any major attractions you want to do, so you can avoid long lines and potentially save money. If you schedule a day filled with activities, ensure you have plenty of time to make it to each destination on time.

While it’s fun to see impressive sites and keep busy on your vacation, it’s also delightful to leave days open with nothing set in stone. You can spend your free time exploring a city, heading to less touristy areas and finding some hidden gems. You can also ask the hotel staff about different restaurants and locations to check out.

Whether you’re planning a beach vacation with your friends or looking forward to going on an adventure with your family, these aforementioned tips can help you enjoy each day during your spring break trip.



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