Remember to declare all electronic items less than one year old, such as: photographic cameras, video cameras, cell phones, and so on.
Keep only the necessary confidential information in your hard disk. Pack all the accessories you may need during your trip: extra batteries, disks, transformer or voltage converter, phone adaptors, etc. We recommend that you hire a transit insurance against robbery or loss.
Do not dispatch your laptop computer. Should you not use it during your flight, keep it under the seat in front.
Carry a spare battery for long trips. If you rent a car, make sure you get the charge adaptor for the lighter.
When traveling from East to West, it is advisable to go to bed and get up one or two hours earlier than usual. Instead, if you travel from West to East, you must go to bed and get up later than usual. During the flight, it is convenient to get as much sleep as possible.
Avoid drinking too much alcohol, coffee and other beverages with caffeine.
Children under 2 can travel without paying a ticket provided that they travel on the lap of one of their companions.
Try to feed your baby before taking off and after you arrive. This will help the child relief the pressure that can be experienced on its ears.
You can also take chewing gum for older children for the same purpose.
Uruguay features a rich geography teeming with varied sceneries which range from small hills and hot spring paradises to the most exclusive beaches and cities where culture co-exists with tourism perfectly. Search for the photograph of your next destination and discover where it was taken.
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