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Register with your embassy

If there is a problem in the country you are visiting, registering makes it easier for your government to contact you to confirm your safety.

Always have local cash

Not every place takes credit cards, on some trains and buses you will have to pay cash for services.

Research Travel Warnings or Travel Alerts

Your safety comes first, ensure the country you are about to visit is secure and free from attacks or lethal disputes.

Figure out your phone plan

Some local networks will not work in foreign countries, you will need to change your sim card while abroad if you will have to communicate back home. Note that charges for calling, texting and using data might vary (always higher).

Make sure your credit card will work in the country you’re visiting

For example most European countries have switched almost completely to the more secure chip-and- PIN technology. Therefore, fewer businesses will accept outdated magnetic-strip cards. Please research accordingly.

Bring copies of your passport

Sometimes your passport can get lost or stolen, you want to be sure that you can still get back to your country or prove your citizenship. Extra backups like emails can be used to store a copy of your passport.
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