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Hi.

I have been searching Agoda, Booking, Airbnb and so on for quite some time, but honestly think the prices I found on these sites are inflated. So I was wondering if someone could tell me what the situation on the ground is in Mljet Island.. How easy/hard is it to find accomodation in mid July, if you just show up and ask around?

All other inside information about Mljet is also appreciated. Thank you!

Best Regards
Michael

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Hi!

My wife and I (in our mid-thirties), with our 6-year old son in tow, will be flying in and out of Zagreb in the 3rd week of September. We have a total of 8 nights, which we would like to spend driving through Croatia and Bosnia.

We are not particularly keen on clubs, parties, etc. We prefer the quieter places. For example, on our trip to Greece, the highlight to me was the time we spent at the quieter Naxos, rather than the busy Santorini.

Currently, our itinerary is as follows:
19 Sep…

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Hello,

We are going to Croatia in July. We fly into Zagreb, and will spend one night there. We'll then travel to Plitvice National Park and spend another night there. We are then going to spend two nights in Split. From Split we want to explore one of the islands before heading to Dubrovnik.

We will have a car and my partner doesn't travel well on ferries, so we are trying to find the shortest crossing possible! Our current thinking is to give Hvar a miss, and travel further down the cost to…

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Hi Eastern Europe brains trust,
I’m pumped about my upcoming honeymoon trip to Croatia next month. I’m just trying to finalise our trip and hope for some helpful advice to finalise the ‘free days’ and must see activities for our trip .

We have 18 days and we’d like to have some time relaxing as well as some time adventuring with either days trips, bicycle rental, hiking or kayaking in some destinations mixed in with other days laying on the beach, reading a book and trying the delicious local…

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Hi there!
I'm going to visit novalja with some friends in late august and we're having some issues at finding a way to get there!
We have a flight to bologna on saturday 19th and we're going to spend the night there 'cause we arrive late in the night. So we need to get to novalja the day after (sunday 20th).
We already searched for ferries but we can't seem to find any ferry that goes to novalja (or somewhere close) on sundays.
So far, we just found:
1st: bus or train from bologna to cesenatico
2nd…

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Croatia

Hey all !! Me along with my husband are planning a trip to Croatia this June !! I want to know what all places should we cover, i have a week's time. We are more interested in beauty, romantic getaways, good food & party.
Also i was confused between South of France & Croatia. Have zeroed Croatia, hope i made the right decision. Although i can still change, as i havent booked the tickets yet.

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Hi
I would be traveling to Dubronvik, Croatia by the end of June for Four days with a friend and then to Italy for another four days. I was hoping if there is anyone going to those countries around that time and would like to meet up in Croatia. Male or Female is fine. Should be fun and we can all do some adventurous activities together.

Thanks

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Can one reserve a space on these catermerans? It looks like it might not be possible. If not do you just turn up before departure to buy tickets or can you do so a couple days in advance?

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Good morning, afternoon, evening and night,

I am travelling to Dubrovnik next week and was wondering if anyone had any information or tips on how to get out of the airport, cheaply-ish.

I will be travelling in the afternoon on a Monday from Dubrovnik international airport to the Babin Kuk area. I don't mind walking some, as I would most likely just have a backpack with me, but I was wondering if there was a better, even slower, way to get to Babin Kuk rather than a taxi.

I like to take public…