Your flight is booked, your accommodation is sorted, and now comes the ultimate task for your next travel adventure – packing your bags. Yuck. In the past, I’d always second-guess what to pack. But now, after 19 years of travel, I have learned a few tricks of the trade.
This guide is about how to pick the best travel shoes.
The main thing you have to know is that the best shoes for travel are comfortable shoes.
Stylish, yes, but comfortable first and foremost. Who cares how good your pumps look when you are limping along a cobblestone street in Croatia or Italy?
How far do you think you can walk in those plastic ballerina style slip-ons? They are ideal for the office, but in Europe, you walk and walk and walk. There is just so much to see, you can’t stop yourself (even heifers like me keep on moving morning, noon, and night), and being comfortable is vital.