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Traveling should be amusing, no matter whether you are traveling for business or delight, you need to make the most out of your trip and to have as few complications as possible. To avoid being a target of sin, do not wear prominent clothing or jewelry and do not carry extreme amounts of money. Also, do not leave unattended stuff in public areas and do not accept packages from strangers. If you are planning to wear full length clothes during your walking tours, then make sure that they do not haul on the floor since streets can be dirty and wet. You should not wear clothes that are very slack because they can get caught in protruding stones and surrounding shrubbery. Make sure you have a signed, valid passport, and a visa, if required, and fill in the emergency information page of your passport. Leave copies of your schedule, passport data page and visas with family or friends, so you can be contacted in case of an emergency. Traveling off-peak, whether it means flying or visiting a destination during a less popular time of year, means saving money and hassle. Top Travel Preparation 1. Study your destination. Obtain copies of maps of your destination to position routes, attractions, and necessary services. Yourbrary, travel agent, and the Internet are some fine places to get information. 2. Talk to fellow travelers. If you know people who have been to the place you plan to visit, inquire them about what theyked about their trip and what they would do differently next time. 3. Make ast and check it twice. Make ast of prerequisites that you need to pack. Also, make ast of things you want to see and do on your trip. 4. Are you covered? If you are traveling outside of the U.S., your health and accident insurance may not cover you. Also, look into travel insurance for cancellations or other travel mishaps. Top Travel Packing 1. Take benefit of those hidden spaces. For example, place small items inside your shoes or the pockets of shirts or jackets you pack. 2. Pack extra bags in your bag. Packing a duffle bag in your luggage gives you additional space to bring things home with you. It's also an excellent idea to bring plastic sandwich or grocery bags for laundry or other items. 3. Label those bags. Mark your luggage with a distinctive luggage tag with your contact information to help you find your bag if you lose it. A distinctive tag makes it easier to spot your bag at baggage claim. 4. Don't pack what you can get at your destination. Our hotels have a hair dryer in every room, along with many toiletry items, so you don't require to pack them. Top Tips for International 1. Get your passport. Did you know that you need a current, valid passport if you are traveling wherever outside of the U.S., including Canada and Mexico? If you don't have a current, valid passport, visit the U.S. State Department's Web site to apply for or renew your passport. 2. Do you need a visa? Additionally to a passport, you may also require a visa to visit several countries. Check with either the U.S. State Department's Web site or your host country or countries' tourism or foreign affairs Web sites. 3. Become skilled at thengo. Learning just a few basic phrases in the local language makes getting around easier. 4. Make change count. You may be able to get a better exchange rate by changing currency at home. Also, change money only at banks and authorized exchanges. Lovisa Vendela writes articles for Indian Tourist Place. She also writes articles for Top World Places.