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What To Wear In Europe

For advice on what to pack for your holiday in Europe, choose your destination country from the list below:

Austria

Austrians favour clothing that is quite formal and stylish...
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Belgium

Like much of Europe there isn't really a dress code in Belgium...
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Croatia

A trip to Croatia is likely to involve enjoying the fabulous beaches, so bikinis and beach wear, with a sarong or kikoy, is very much the look for the day time...
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Cyprus

The same applies in Cyprus as is the case pretty much throughout Mediterranean islands - our advice would be to travel light...
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Czech Republic

Prague is the most popular destination in the Czech Republic...
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Denmark

Denmark is a cosmopolitan country and there isn't a dress code as such...
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Estonia

Even in summer Estonia can be cool...
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Finland

Even in summer Finland can be cool...
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France

Paris is well known as the home of Haute Couture...
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Germany

Germans dress quite formally and stylishly...
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Greek Islands

The same advice applies pretty much throughout the Greek Islands - travel light, and we mean really light...
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Hungary

Casual clothes reign supreme - really anything is acceptable to wear here...
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Ibiza

As in all parts of Spain the locals really care about their personal appearance and image and on the whole they dress conservatively (away from the party scene)...
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Iceland

Iceland is close to the Arctic Circle so it is going to be cool whatever time of year you visit...
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Ireland / Eire

Smart casual will make you feel instantly at ease...
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Israel

Dress is casual in Israel...
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Italy

Feel free to be glamorous and stylish...
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Madeira

Throughout Madeira dress is casual...
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Majorca

Locals in Majorca really care about their personal appearance and image...
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Malta

The same applies in Malta as is the case pretty much throughout Mediterranean islands - our advice would be to travel light...
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Minorca

Locals in Minorca really care about their personal appearance and image...
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Norway

Norwegians' dress is generally casual but neat and clean; sports and outdoor gear are common away from the cities...
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Poland

Polish women like to take care of themselves, so if you make an effort to dress up and use make up, you will fit in and feel comfortable...
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Portugal

In Lisbon and in other major cities like Oporto the locals dress in a smart, casual and understated elegant style...
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Russia

Moscow and St Petersburg are very much like any other cosmopolitan cities; women love to dress up and are rarely seen without make-up and high heels...
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Slovenia

It's smart, but you don't have to be; if you prefer to dress more casually you will feel at ease...
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Spain

The Spanish really care about their personal appearance and image and on the whole they dress conservatively and make an effort when they go out, even if it's just doing the daily shopping...
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Sweden

The Swedish people (both women and men) are fashionable and effortlessly stylish...
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Switzerland

Very smart casual or smart business orientated clothes will carry you through for business, sightseeing and for eating out...
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The Netherlands

Like much of Europe there isn't really a dress code in the Netherlands...
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Turkey

Smart casual for daytime and evenings works really well...
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United Kingdom

Like most of Western Europe there is no dress code as such and really anything is acceptable...
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