Carry-On Packing Guide for Fall Weather

I observed many travelers hauling their luggage through the cobblestoned streets of Amsterdam and Budapest. Speaking from my own experience it’s difficult to maneuver which makes it quite a hassle.

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Budapest, Hungary

Many European streets are layered with cobblestone which is why a backpack was the most efficient way for me to travel.

It’s tempting to throw your entire wardrobe in there, but you’ll only need a few pieces of clothing since you’ll most likely have access to a laundromat.

Here’s what I packed in my carry-on backpack for my 3-week trip:

Travel Gear

Bags

 

 

Wardrobe

Clothing

  • Undergarments

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  • Sweaters and Outerwear

 

 

  • Bottoms

 

  • Night Out

 

Accessories

Footwear

 

Comfort

  • Eye Mask
  • Hat
  • Scarf
  • Water Bottle
  • Ear Plugs

 

Electronics

 

Utilities

Remember the Liquids Rule allows 3.4 ounces or less per item.

Makeup and Skincare

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Food

Organization

  • Passport
  • Photocopies of Important Documents
  • Cash/Cards
  • Moleskine Weekly Planner
  • Padlock
  • Ziplock Bags
  • Emergency First Aid Kit

Read On: How to plan and organize your trip.

4 thoughts on “Carry-On Packing Guide for Fall Weather

  1. Love this post!! I really want to learn how to backpack and do Europe for a summer 😊 thanks for the info!
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