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Hello! I've never been to Europe before and will be backpacking with a friend all over---Ireland, Spain, Italy, and Germany for 6 weeks, spending half my trip in Italy. What kind of wardrobe/things should I pack for a time like this.. I'm trying to pack light, so do I need boots, and a big coat, or is will a light coat and thermals work, etc.? Will the weather be drastically different throughout? I have no clue! Will I regret traveling at this time of year? A little help please :)
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