The only thing that I can think of to pack for Dublin that you wouldn't necessarily pack for any other destination might be an umbrella. It rarely buckets here in Dublin but a frequent (constant) drizzle is not uncommon.
Actually I found a waterproof coat more convenient because sometimes it gets windy and then an umbrella is more of a hinderance than a help.
bring all the shoes you need. don't get caught having to buy a new pair. irish shoes are definitely on the ugly side
Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: beach gear. you can safely leave it at home - the sea's far too cold to even thin about swimming in there. if u think u can brave the cold, still desist: thanks to sellafield, dublin beaches are quite unsafe and polluted
Miscellaneous: def bring some raingear. an umbrella or a rainjacket: irish rain is soft, but it's abundant too.
Always take an umbrella or something for the rain. In fact it´s more like a drizzling rain, not too bad really. We had a lot of sunshine in December and it has been quite warm.........
Photo Equipment: Batteries are expensive, so make sure about yours before leaving home.....
Miscellaneous: Don´t bring too many things , leave some space in your case to go shopping!!!
Dont forget a rain coat and an umblella, it rains quite often in Ireland.
VERSION FRANCAISE N'oubliez pas un vêtement de pluie et un parapluie, il pleut relativement souvent en Irlande.
RAINCOATS and UMBRELLAS - you never know
As the saying goes: 'The Irish climate is lovely but the weather ruins it'.
Miscellaneous: DUBLIN city guide by Lonely Planet
I relied on it throughout my stay in Ireland and always got good info on where to eat, what to see, etc.
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Visiting Dublin in Winter should expect lots of rain and strong wind. A suitable wind breaker with water resistance features would be just perfect for the Irish merciless weather.
Luggage and bags:
Gortex Jacket is a must....
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: a little bit of everything....make sure you have somethings that are water proof! lots of rain comes down in Ireland.
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Be sure you're prepared for rain. My raincoat was always with me and I used it a lot. The skies over Dublin can turn from calm and blue to gray and turbulent in a hurry.
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