What to see between split and dubrovnik
Croatia Travellers Dalmatia: Split to Dubrovnik by Jeanne OliverJeanne officially became a travel writer in 1996 when Lonely Planet hired her to updated the Croatia chapter of the companys Eastern Europe guidebook. She had never been to Croatia before but was interested to see how the country was coping with the aftermath of war. Even with the obvious damage both to the infrastructure and morale, it was obvious that Croatia had massive tourism potential.
She has been returning nearly every year since, first to updated Eastern Europe and then to write the very first guidebook in English to Croatia. What an adventure!
Eventually she decided to go indie with her travel knowledge and launch an online guidebook, Croatia Traveller. With this massive storehouse of constantly updated pages, Jeanne was able to provide more detailed and more recent information than is available in a printed guidebook.
With her new e-book, Dubrovnik and Beyond, Jeanne has presented her knowledge of this great destination in a fun and easy-to-use format.
Next up is a regional guidebook and after that, who knows?
Split to Dubrovnik by Bus - Croatia Travel Vlog
Places to visit between Split & Dubrovnik - Croatia Forum
I am hiring a car in Split and wonder where would be good to visit. How long is the Mostar trip and south you are suggesting? Then I would go to Dubrovnik via Mostar - 3 hours to Mostar and then 3 more hours to Dubrovnik or you stay overnight in Mostar. This plan is a bit ambitious but, if you don't mind long drives, this would be an ideal route :. I assume if I allow two to three days to get to Dubrovnik including the northern bit that would be fairly leisurely? It is ok if you are based in Split and that way you are only an hour away from Krka national park. I would not consider staying in Mostar but just visit it on your way to Dubrovnik.
Transport options between Split and Dubrovnik
We'll be going to Croatia in June of this year., Travel between Dubrovnik and Split is probably the most popular route on the Croatian coast given so many people want to visit both Dubrovnik and Split. With that in mind, Split and Dubrovnik will no doubt be the anchor points of your itinerary.
I seek out intimate luxury travel experiences that provide guests with a deep connection to nature. Whether it be a wilderness lodge, wildlife safari, guest ranch, or farm stay, I will show you the best that each outdoor-focused destination has to offer. The three and a half hour drive from Split to Dubrovnik is one of the most beautiful stretches of land in the Mediterranean. I cannot believe that I almost missed out on this because I was worried about conditions of the roads in Croatia. As it turns out, the streets are well paved and easy to navigate.
We are flying into Zagreb , then day trip to Plitvice, then we'll fly domestically to Dubrovnik. We'll be in Dubrovnik for 3 nights will arrive Dubrovnik at 7am, so essentially, we have at least 3 full days in Dub, and can extend it to 4, i. We'll then have 3 days more to cover Split and things in between. I read somewhere that Split can actually be covered in one day, and we don't really need much nightlife and city life we come from London , and are generally more interested in old towns, and really medieval architectures and adventurous stuffs. Lots of recommendation goes to the islands in Croatia but since we'll be visiting in April i. I read somewhere that Mljet for Dubrovnik, and Hvar for Split? Also, what other day trips would you suggest us, in case we got bored of Dubrovnik?