Will be coming form USA and spending a couple of years in Croatia, mostly Zagreb. but will be doing some traveling in the country. I don't want to pack lots of clothes, so I was wondering what clothing costs are ? For instance, what does a good suit, button shirt or a pair of khaki pants cost?
My wife and I will be flying into Zadar this September and are planning to spend a few days there, before travelling onto Bosnia.
We have two weeks booked, and initially were thinking one week in each location, and I have read that there are a few National Parks and Islands worth visiting in the surrounding area, and of course the city itself.
My question, for anyone that has been there, is how many days would should we aim to stay in Zadar before moving on? Is one week too long, or does it sound about right?
Thanks in advance
I am going to be in Croatia for 8 days in July with my family, it is our first time there, I need to know which cities to visit and what to use for transportation.
And finally is it possible to go to Montenegro and how.
Thank you very much.
My boyfriend and I are going for our first holiday together this June and we are staying Dubrovnik's Old Town. We are going for a week and I was wondering how much money we would need for this time? We have accommodation, this money would be for food and activities.
Also, can anyone recommend anything for us to do in our time there?
I'll be traveling during the summer by car to Korcula and I'd like to get more information about the roads in Korcula. I found a video on youtube (youtube.com/watch?v=T_ZcQEFZ...) and I can see that they are narrow and very close to the sea. Is it dangerous to drive in Korcula?
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Center of Dalmatia,in the hearth of Europe on Adriatic sea,
connected to all european countrys(airport 10 minutes far away),
sorrounded with islands,beaches,cheap boat lines to all paradise islands,seafood restaurants,
cheaper than greece,turkey,italy,spain,france,
Great place to spend hollidays.
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We are a group of 8 friends and we would like to spend a week in Croatia early September after our exam session. None of us has ever visited this country, so all your advice are welcome.
We would like to rent a house near the sea. Having no car, we would like to be in an area where we can move easily with public transport.
What advice can you give us about the places to visit as well as the weather that made it?
Thank you for your tips !
We are 3 girls studying in Germany. We really love Sea Organ and Greeting To The Sun. How can we get there from the Zadar Airport by public transportation like bus? Is there any special place to experience night life in Zadar?
We also want to visit the Plitvice Lake. Is it easy to get there from the airport by bus? Do we have to book bus tickets online or we just simply buy them when we come?
Thanks in advance,
What is the best way to travel from Zadar airport to Ulica kralja Tomislava in mid September
We are planning a day-trip in Brac, coming with our car from Split in the morning, and then exiting the island in the afternoon with the Sumartin ferry. Will we need to come to Sumartin very early in order to catch the ferry?
Could someone please help with info on making the above connections in may this year - not on the same day.
We'll be travelling from Novi Vinodolski to the Plitvice National Park. Which is the best location for accommodation?
Please advise best entrance to get to the middle lake, boat ride etc.
We have a full day to explore.
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