How To Survive Travelling with your Partner

Are you planning to explore the world with your partner?
Do you think you already know your significant one better than he or she knows themselves? But until you have travelled with them, you will discover that you don’t know them that well at all.

Travelling with your boyfriend or girlfriend takes the connection to a new level. But, there’s still a chance that it may even make or break the relationship because of misunderstanding, pressure you feel or frustrations and so on.
Of course, a successful expedition with your partner can also build strength in your relationship and develop some of the best memories shared between the both of you.

So, if you are thinking of travelling with your loved one then check out these pointers to help you how to survive travelling as a couple.


It is common in a relationship that one person is the one doing most of the planning while the other is more go with the flow. We can’t even deny, as two individuals it is likely that you may have different ideas about where to go, what to see and what to do. So, if you are going travelling, it is important to arrange an itinerary that is agreeable for both of you.



It’s important to take the time to relax from travelling.
Travel is truly exhausting!
Exhausting enough organising travel or running for trains, so it’s a good idea to get into a more relaxed state of mind early on. For example, if you miss the train then chill because there will be another one on its way. If you or your partner stressing about these type of issues it will add extra pressure to your relationship and probably one of you will finally snap.



The stress of the road can result in arguments and debate, tensions can be high, and simple stuff might seem colossal than they are. Nastily argue will only kill the travel vibes and it will create anger in your relationship, but overall it is indeed a great test of any relationship.
For example, if you end up getting lost on the way to your next trip, do not pick a fight.
Just breathe, step back and remind yourself that travel is an awesome privilege and enjoy the experience of being in a new place with your bae.



Never try to travel on an empty stomach.
Being hungry causes mood swings and this is the cause that we are not intentionally changing the way we behave with the loved one. This issue can happen to anyone to be cranky when hungry.
No surprised that the word HANGRY, a mix of hungry and angry does exist.
So next time you start arguing with your partner or feel angry at him or her for some reasons, it is probably time to stop the conversation and head to a place to eat.



Do not be too caught up in trying to make everything perfect and enjoy your surroundings and your company wherever you go. When you start enjoying yourself, good things naturally happen, and the best memories shared between the both of you will be developed.

So, travelling with your partner doesn’t have to end in pain.
Just keep in mind these type of tips and enjoy!
It may even make you realise that you’ve found yourself a soulmate you want to explore the rest of the world.



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15 Comments Add yours

  1. This information is worth everyone’s attention. When can I find out more?

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    1. Thank you ^_^ I have more blog soon 🙂


  2. Beth says:

    You do really get to a know a person so much better once you’ve traveled with them! My husband is a great traveler–me not so much. He has infinitely more patience than me. We’re sticking together though! Great post! 🙂

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  3. Travelling together is definitely a great way for a couple to really get to know one another. My husband and I have been married for 7 years and we’re still discovering new things about one another every trip!


  4. goatdogsimple says:

    Fun post! We put in so much work planning the perfect trip that we don’t leave room for the mishaps. Love your chill attitude. The point is to enjoy a great time traveling, together. Thanks for the read.

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  5. Mike says:

    I’ve been traveling with my partner for over 30 years and this is some very good advice. Just relax and have fun. Don’t sweat the petty stuff and don’t pet the sweaty stuff.

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  6. Marion says:

    These are some really insightful tips. Traveling with your partner for the first time, especially if your relationship isn’t that evolved can be testing.


  7. kennedyrosem says:

    Traveling with a partner can be stressful, especially if it’s to a foreign country! I loved your tips I think the most important one is enjoying each other’s company and having FUN!! Thanks for sharing 🙂

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  8. poofbeegoneblog says:

    I’m currently a single solo traveler but thanks for the tips in case that changes. Fun read!

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  9. Cool tips. It is always fun to travel with someone you love. But it also can be a hassle if he/she doesn’t have interest in common with us.

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  10. This is awesome! I am planning a trip with my boyfriend right now and will definitely take these ideas to heart!

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  11. morganmabelle says:

    So much yes in this post! I like to have our trips planned out well in advance while he’s a much more go-with-the-flow travel planner. Once I know we have a place to stay and tickets purchased for the big must-sees, I can relax and enjoy being somewhere new with my love.

    Morgan @ Morgan ma Belle

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  12. Anaïs N. says:

    Even though I am more than single (haha) I found that psot really interesting and who knows, it might be useful to me one day hahah! Great post and that picture of you 2 is so cute xx

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  13. Extracts of Alex says:

    I find this content so relatable! My last boyfriend would really frustrate me when travelling as we were so different! It was not untill he decided to accompany on my travels that I found out about our differences. You are right in the fact that it really makes or breaks a relationship.

    I feel you find out who they truly are when you travel. I think the tips are definitely good points. As if I practiced some of these I would perhaps have definitely not as argued as much. Luckily, I’m in a relationship now where we both travel and enjoy taking time to plan together.

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  14. Jordan says:

    I love this! Traveling with my fiancé is my absolute favorite thing. We actually met traveling when we worked on the same cruise ship together! Relaxing is something I need to take on board. I get super stressed when something doesn’t go to plan!

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