Packing Tips: How To Pack The Right Way

What is the most beautiful part of Europe? Is it the old cities with their long history and big castles? Or is it the beautiful countryside? It all depends on what you are attracted by. For us, there is nothing more beautiful than Northern Europe. The Scandinavian countries are especially beautiful. The introvert people, their ideas about personal space and the cold weather, it all has a natural allure that no amount of history or architecture can replace. After all, nature is the best architect. Have you ever observed the intricacies of the mountains? Each one is a work of art. But, we are digressing from the point.

One of the greatest natural phenomena in the world is the Aurora Borealis, or the Northern Lights. They are beautiful, mesmerizing, colourful, and simply soul snatching in their beauty. If you ever find yourself thinking about finally seeing what all the fuss is about, we would suggest Sweden as the best place to see them. If you cannot go beyond cities then Kiruna would be the place, but if you want some adventure Abisko is the place to be. Just take some really warm apparel from The North Face, otherwise, you will find first hand what cold weather can do to you. Nevertheless, the season to go is September. There is a high chance that you will see the lights, but since it is nature we are talking about, you may return with only a glimpse.

But, before you reach Sweden, there are a lot of things that you will have to go through. And one of the most difficult parts is to pack right for the trip. After all, you do not want to appear as a hobo in the photos. So, we have prepared a guide for you in the form of an infographic. Read through and learn the best.

Packing Tips: How To Pack The Right Way

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