21 charts about traveling that are so damn smart

Make the trip fun, without any problems.

Are you going abroad? This diagram tells you what type of power outlet you want to meet:

Here’s an impossible way to pack:

And this chart tells you how to fold a suit jacket in your suitcase so that it does not end up with about 1001 wrinkles:

Female travelers should check this out – it rounds out the safest (Spain, Singapore, Ireland) and most dangerous (South Africa, Brazil, Russia) countries for them to travel to:

The data here is of course a few years old, but things have probably not changed that much.

And LGBTQ people should look at this – it rounds out the best (Canada, Netherlands, Sweden) and worst (Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, Malaysia) countries they can visit:

Do not be fooled! Here are the tourist scams you should avoid while traveling this summer (and wow – I think I would lose it immediately if someone did it threw baby scams with me):

Hi, with inflation, money is scarce – this chart documents the low seasons in popular countries, so you can get better rates (and shorter lines):

And here is a similar chart for the low seasons of national parks in the United States:

I know you want to avoid the “ugly American” cliché when you travel, so here are some of the international labels you need to know:

If you travel abroad, you will almost certainly have to do with the metric system. Here is a handy cheat sheet to get by:

OK, this is only for travelers to Japan, but it pleased the food lover in me so much that I had to share. Here are 42 types of ramen you will encounter while eating in Japan:

I know you’ll need your morning coffee wherever you go, so here’s how to order coffee (exactly the way you like it) in eight different languages:

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Are you flying? How to make the experience much easier:

After reading the last one, do you feel cocky and think you can handle one of the world’s longest loooooa longest direct flights? Well, here they are:

And speaking of long flights, you’ll probably find this chart VERY helpful after getting off one:

Are you going on a road trip? Here are some things you should be sure to do in advance:

And if you’re going on a road trip, of course you need to know where to find the highest roller coaster in each state, lol:

This is a bit basic, but still full of practical things to consider before you travel. Number six, in my experience, is special on the point:

Uff, I hope you do not need this advice on the trip, but if you do, you will be glad you read it:

Do you want to reduce your carbon footprint abroad? Here are some tips:

And finally, if you are planning to travel with your furry best friend, you MUST check this out:

Have a good trip, everyone !!!