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    A group of us are sailing off Croatia next summer, so I've looked into this a bit. Dubrovnik and Split are worth a day or two each. over 6 years ago

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    Dubrownik is nice, but tourists know that, and come in hords. We loved to drive up to Mostar. Wonderful people, history, food. Still marked by the war, but nothing can ruin this pearl. over 6 years ago

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    One week is very little amount of time and depends what you are looking for to visit.

    If you want to visit cities in which the history and modern world live together than you mus see Split, Dubrovnik and Pula.
    If you are in "island mood" then Korcula, Hvar, Krk, Brac are my recommendations.

    If you want to learn more before you are deciding to left on the vacation than maybe you will take a look this Guide http://www.adriatic.hr/en/croatia that has almost everything that you will need to making a good decision.

    I hope it helps. over 6 years ago

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    A problem is that travel (roads, trains) unfortunately simply isn't up to first world standards. It's four hours from Split to Dubrobnik, five hours to Zagreb car or by bus, there's no train from Split to Dubrovnik, over 6 years ago

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    Four hours by bus or car to Plitvice National Park, etc.
    This will change, but realistically you have to consider travel times when you plan your trip. over 6 years ago

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    Do a week cruise! Dubrovnik, hvar, markaska are great over 6 years ago

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