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what to pack for spain in november
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Hi I need to know what average temperatures (min and max) expect me in Spain during november I am going around Spain from 1st of november to 26th aproximatelly, and I have no idea what to pack, I mean do I need a heavy jacket or a sweater and a light jacket is enough, it is a big difference because I don’t want to carry a heavy bag neither to suffer cold.

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Definately should not need a heavy coat. 

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Expect cool weather.  There may be some pleasant warm-ish days, but there can also be some chilly lows.  You do not need a heavy coat.  A good fall/spring jacket will suffice for chilly nights.  Expect pretty frequent rain (at least by Mediterranean standards).  An umbrella will come in handy. 


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The mornings are generally cold and it warms up as the day goes on so lightweight layers are key.  I don’t know if you are a guy or gal.  But either way,  lightweight layers will get you through fickle weather days.  Sweaters, hoodies, or button down shirts can be layered over simple and fitted tees.  Avoid bulky clothing because this will add up and be heavy to carry around.  Also, a lightweight jacket layered over tees, sweaters, etc works well.
Scarves help insulate and you’ll notice all Spaniards, including guys wearing them so  you will not look out of place.  Dark neutrals will help you blend in with the locals.  Check out my travel clothes guidelines and packing tips for more ideas.