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What to wear, Ireland

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Lightweight woolen and cotton clothes are suitable in summer, with thicker wool sweaters or jacket for spring and autumn days. Although public buildings are centrally heated, indoor temperatures are lower than those in the US and Canada. Pack a raincoat and sweaters, whatever the season, and comfortable shoes for sightseeing.

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