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Climate

What clothes should I bring?

The first thing we suggest is that you check the weather forecast so you can get an idea of what to pack in your suitcase. Broadly speaking, don't forget that the clothes you'll need will vary depending on the time of year and whether you're on the coast (where temperatures are milder) or in inland areas (where there are much greater temperature contrasts –cold in winter and hot in summer). So although the climate in Spain is generally pleasant all year round, don't rule out the idea of bringing something warm. And as for the type of clothes to bring, Spaniards don't tend to dress very formally when going out with friends. However, everything depends on the time and place. Remember that on cruises, for example, there's usually one evening when people are invited to dress formally, and also that there are certain venues where you will not be admitted in casual dress.

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Climate

What's the weather like in Spain?

Spain is one of the warmest countries in Europe, so you probably won't be using your umbrella much; however it depends on the time of year and the area you're visiting. If you're coming in summer, temperatures range between about 25 and 35 ºC. We recommend packing light clothing. If you're visiting in autumn, the weather is more changeable, with temperatures ranging between about 15 and 20 ºC. In winter, you'll need to wrap up well in inland and mountain areas where there's a chance of snow and where you'll find low temperatures ranging between about 2 and 15 ºC. If you're coming in spring you'll find pleasant temperatures of between about 10 and 22 ºC. The Canary Islands is a special case, with an average year-round temperature of 22 ºC. We recommend checking the website of Spain's National Weather Service (AEMET) to see the weather forecast for your holiday destination. You can also check the weather on our own website. More information: National Weather Service