Croatia

What to do here? I'll be a long the northern coast between Slovenia and Debruvnik. I like cycling how are the roads? How is the food? The people? The women? Am I seeing shitty part?

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  1. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    >I'll be a long the northern coast between Slovenia and Debruvnik

    This literally represents the entire coast line of Croatia. This is like saying "I'll be in the Midwest between Los Angeles and New York City." Which part of Croatia are you going to be in exactly?

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      Your right, I have poor map reading skills. I will be a long the whole coast. The plan was too take a bus from Venice too Debruvnik, have about 10 days

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        You can either stick to the coast, pick 3 places, e.g. Rijeka, Zadar and an island or you can go inland as well, for example to one of the national parks.

  2. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    >What to do here?
    If you start from Dubrovnik, grab a wine tasting tour at Pelješac peninsula, visit Mljet national park. Traveling north towards split, you could take a detour to Imotski and visit the red lake. The Riviera around Makarska is a great scenic route to drive along. From Split you can go to Brač, and Vis islands, both worth a visit. Further north, from Šibenik, you can visit Krka national park, which is amazing like Plitvice but less touristy. Halfway between Šibenik and Zadar is Vransko jezero, a beautiful lake you could check out. Kornati national park is also there, but IMO, not that interesting. Zadar is a fun city, and from there you could easily get to Pag island, go for cheese tasting there, or Paklenica national park. If you go there, try to go to Manita peć cave, it's pretty cool. You're gonna need hiking shoes for it, and I can't stress that enough. Not much to do along the coast between Zadar and Rijeka IMO. And finally, Istria, you could just pick any place there and it will be amazing. Istria is probably the best place to see in all of Croatia.
    >I like cycling how are the roads?
    Mostly good roads, great scenic routes all along, but as far as I know, not many bike repair shops on the coast
    >How is the food?
    Mostly tourist traps, but there are exceptions. Don't listen to tripadvisor, search "kult plave kamenice" and run it through Google translate to find out what places are worth it
    >The people?
    Mixed bag. They absolutely HATE DUMB tourists, if you're cool, they'll give you the world. Super friendly.
    >The women?
    Hot, tall, but anywhere more south than Rijeka, they are mostly conservative Catholics and you probably won't score more than a kiss and a handy
    >Am I seeing shitty part?
    Prepare for amazing views of the sea, but mostly rocks and bushes.

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      Good shit. I'm going to Croatia with my gf for the first time next month for 10 days too. Flying into Dubrovnik, renting a car, and driving up the coast and then flying out of Zagreb. We're stopping at Split, Primosten, Sibenik and Plitvice on a weekday. Definitely going to do a wine tasting and try to get to Krka too. We mostly hike, explore the towns, rent bikes, swim, eat dinner somewhere and then grab drinks. We usually skip museums and tours. We're not into clubs. We splurged on some nicer AIrbnbs for this trip.

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        Are you german?

        • 6 months ago
          Mogger

          Are u stupid?

        • 6 months ago
          Anonymous

          No, I'm American. We are flying in and out on Lufthansa through Germany though.

        • 6 months ago
          Anonymous

          Good shit. I'm going to Croatia with my gf for the first time next month for 10 days too. Flying into Dubrovnik, renting a car, and driving up the coast and then flying out of Zagreb. We're stopping at Split, Primosten, Sibenik and Plitvice on a weekday. Definitely going to do a wine tasting and try to get to Krka too. We mostly hike, explore the towns, rent bikes, swim, eat dinner somewhere and then grab drinks. We usually skip museums and tours. We're not into clubs. We splurged on some nicer AIrbnbs for this trip.

          Are u stupid?

          >7 cities in 10 days.
          Can't you tell this moron is American?

          • 6 months ago
            Anonymous

            Nah, this is a pretty leisurely itinerary. We're doing 5 cities in 10 nights. 4 nights in Dubrovnik, 2 in split, 1 in Primosten and Sibenik and 2 in Zagreb. Three of those cities are only 20 minutes apart from each other. It's only 7 total hours of driving the whole trip and most of it on one day. It's different traveling when you have a car and stay in Airbnbs with parking spots. You wake up in the morning, walk outside and hop right in the car, drive for 30 minutes and you're in a new city. It's not a big hassle like lugging all your shit around the city between bus and train stations and trying to store your stuff in hostels where you waste half the day. There's no schedule. We stop wherever we want. If the weather is bad, we go somewhere where it's sunny. As long as we make it to Zagreb on the last day, we're good to go.

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        Go to at least one island in the south, its super easy to use the ferries in off seasons and there's no people. Brač, Mljet, Vis, Korčula, Hvar are all great, depends on how expensive you want it and how long do you want the ferry ride. Even if your schedule is packed, Brač is like a 45 min ferry from Split so it's a shame not to drive around it for a bit as a day trip.

        Also check the sea temps but count on doing all your swimming in the south.

        • 6 months ago
          Anonymous

          I really wanted to do Korcula and Hvar, but it would have cut into our time in Dubrovnik. We're in the process of trying to get dual citizenship in Italy. If we get approved, I definitely plan on coming back and doing some island hopping in Croatia. Eventually, I'd like to do a trip to MonteBlack too. My dream would be to rent a boat and cruise up through the bay of Kotor. I also wanted to check out Mostar. I may end up in Slovenia this winter to go snowboarding if the ticket prices come down a bit. You ever been? I was looking at renting a chalet in Vogel.

          • 6 months ago
            Anonymous

            I was skiing at Vogel 2 years ago. It's a great little place but the snow was crap in Slovenia two years in a row, and Vogel is a part of Triglav park so no artificial snow. Hoping this year is better cause the Slovenes might lose it collectively.

            Loads of cute little places from Bled to Bohinj lakes, leading all the way to Vogel. We stayed in a place called Bohinjska bistrica 20 min away from Vogel for some ridiculous amount of money, loads of accommodation from that to super fancy stuff in Bled.

            Pic from Vogel

            My rec would be to get a place 20 or so min by car. There's a big gondola that has to take you up to the mountain anyway, so some queuing is required and you're probably taking the car in any case. Vogel is super tiny so for more then 2-3 days you could also check out some nearby resorts like Cerkno.

            • 6 months ago
              Anonymous

              Good to know about the snow. I wouldn't want to risk it for a non-refundable trip. I'll probably just save Lake Bled for a summer trip. Its actually a lot cheaper if we went snowboarding in Chamonix instead.
              My gf and Idid Zermatt last winter. Our flight and our room was cheap. Everything else was ridiculous. $9 beers, $100 train tickets, $70 rental equipment, etc etc. It really added up.

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      Thanks for the post anon, not OP I'm actually in zadar right now, have a flight from Dubrovnik next week

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Don't listen to tripadvisor, search "kult plave kamenice" and run it through Google translate to find out what places are worth it
      Holy shit that's amazing, that's my advice! And it's good advice. In general try to eat in restaurants in Istria and be careful in Dalmatia.

      >Not much to do along the coast between Zadar and Rijeka IMO.
      There's Krk, Cres and Rab islands. Baška on Krk is great for hiking and remote beaches. There's also North Velebit National Park which the newest, most beautiful and least developed park in the country. There's like 10 people there at any time.

  3. 6 months ago
    Mogger

    Stfu you will get mogged by tall low inhib slavs, jfl at ur low iq

  4. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    if you're then when it's happening: modem festival.

  5. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    Is it easy to get around/between places on buses and ferrys? How

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      Easy to get around with buses or ferry but its slow as frick

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