I have now traveled to Europe twice with this Baggallini tote.
I like it a lot as I like the organizational pockets/slots. It also only weighs 1.5# which was a critical factor for me the last trip. I tried to pack in a lighter weight Kipling tote as well as a Le Sportsac tote, both of which have no pockets inside thus no structure and just felt I could not make it work. It has a trolley sleeve although the suitcase I took does not easily accommodate a 2nd bag as the handle is a monopole style.
I do not use the RFID wristlet. Instead, I sewed a split ring down inside the smaller interior zipper pocket and attached my wallet with my passport/money/cards with a Seattle Sports Dry Doc coil tether for security.
I was on a RS Best of Italy tour just recently and used this for my daily "bus bag". It was great for holding water, snacks, iPad mini, rain jacket, umbrella, compact binoculars and anything I thought I might need as we transited from one location to another. It fit well under my Delta Economy Plus aisle seats.
I've been drooling over the Longchamp Pliage tote but really, it is also just an open bucket inside and I would probably have the same issues with it as I had packing the Kipling and LeSportsac totes.
Good luck on your hunt!