Tiredness, aches and pains and sickness affect mums-to-be in totally different ways so if possible keep things flexible and don’t put too much pressure on yourself to do everything you’ve planned if you don’t feel up to it.
Currently UK residents can also travel with an EHIC card in Europe, which provides access to the equivalent level of healthcare a national of the country you’re visiting would receive (nb. this may change post-Brexit). However this wouldn’t cover you for extra accommodation costs etc if needed for any reason.
I must admit that the packing for my Italian babymoon was somewhat limited by what fits me at the moment! But it was very much about comfort over style. I took a few nice dresses for dinner, but my suitcase mainly contained my maternity t-shirts, a pair of super-comfy shorts and my good old maternity jeans, which I’ve been pretty much living in for the past three months! I’ve also got to the stage in my pregnancy where I’ve sadly had to ditch the high heels and get used to wearing sandals in the evenings to avoid swollen feet.