When travelling you probably don’t give much thought to your luggage once it has been stowed away in the hold. Can you imagine arriving at your holiday destination after a long journey, only to find your luggage hasn’t survived the trip? It could put a real dampener on your getaway, especially if you’re travelling with children.
Quality luggage is definitely worth the investment to make sure all of your essentials make it to your accommodation safely. The suitcases you choose might need to withstand quite a lot of potential damage. Having your personal belongings spill out onto the luggage carousel can be inconvenient, embarrassing and potentially disastrous
Losing important documents or treasured items can also be expensive, and the effort required to replace them time-consuming. It’s clear then, that choosing luggage based on price alone is a mistake. Reliability and durability are absolutely critical factors to consider.
Investing in good quality luggage will not only keep your belongings safe, it will be used for many years and holidays to come. This unlucky traveller’s bag was destroyed after it fell off a cargo vehicle at the airport.
Purchasing a low-cost suitcase might seem like good value but it might not last for long or be up to the job. This could cost you more in the long run if you have to purchase items while you are away.
However, the protection and security it offers you and your belongings are priceless and ensuring your luggage is of the highest quality affordable to you provides peace of mind and ensures you’ll arrive with everything you left with.
Giving your child their own suitcase is a great way of making the journey more enjoyable for them. They can take ownership of what to bring and it can make packing less of a chore. Just make sure it’s not only full of toys before you depart. Use our holiday packing checklist to make sure you don’t forget any essentials.
Here’s some of our favourite quality luggage from the Evie & Em Co Shop:
What are your top tips for making sure your belongings get to your holiday destination in one piece? Have you ever had a luggage disaster? Let us know in the comments section below.