Traveling together is the ultimate test of a relationship. It can help you get to know each other better and bond or completely wreck you if you’re not compatible. Although that may seem scary, it doesn’t mean you should avoid it. Here’s what to expect if you’re traveling with your partner for the first time.
The two of you won’t be on the same page 100% of the time and that’s okay. As long as you know how to communicate your wants and needs and are ready to compromise, all will be well.
We already mentioned it, but compromise is necessary if you want both sides to be satisfied with the adventure. Understand what the other person wants and compare it to what you want, then make a plan where you’re both getting enough, even if you end up sacrificing some of the things you wanted.
Just because you’re traveling together, doesn’t mean that you have to spend 100% of time together. For example, you can give yourself 2 hours to explore the city individually and arrange the meeting time and point. Or you can sit together to have lunch or a coffee and use that time to put on the headphones and zone out for a bit.