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What is considered acceptable travel attire

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I will be traveling to Italy and from there on to Slovenia and Croatia with a tour group. I have read conflicting advice as to what is or is not acceptable attire for a man while visiting Europe. Being that everyone has to pack relatively light any advice would be appreciated. For example are levi's or jeans considered too informal or is khaki pants more suited, etc. Thanks again. Also any ideas regarding a good comfortable walking shoe would be appreciated. I need to break in a pair before i go. Thanks again

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