I'd suggest the 16-80 and throw your 12mm in the bag too, to carry when you'll be in town sightseeing. Leave the long lenses at home.
Maybe also get a XC35mm f2 for low light. It's cheap, light & small.
Hello, new to the forum, but spotted this post. I live in the UK and have visited plenty of Europe. It depends on your interests, but lots of the classic cities, history and architecture can be small and tight. So personally I’d take my 10-24 too if that was possible for certain subjects. The older and old town cities with the history are very tight and small and you can’t always walk back. BUT, this depends what you intend to shoot!
No, but you can get 3rd party USB-powered dummy batteries to achieve the same effect.
This is the one I use:: https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B089SGH7V8/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
I have horrible FOMO. I'm going to Europe for the first time next year and doing an almost 2 week tour. It will be a lot of hustle and bustle to get to all the places we are going, and we'll be in cities and mountains and everywhere in between. I have a x-t30 which will be my main camera, along with my phone camera and a GoPro. I do enjoy taking some video but mainly photos with the x-t30. For lenses I have the 18-55, the 50-140, and the 12mm Samyang. I'm curious what others would do for lenses