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1. Posted by CMarçal (First Time Poster 1 posts) 6y

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Hi there! ;)

Me and my husband and my ten year old boy are going for a two week vacation in Croatia, strarting next 20-06-2010, in Zagreb. I was wondering if any of you can help us choosing the cities / places to visit (touristic and non touristic).

We're thinking about renting a car in Zagreb and head on for the road, returning it by the end of the trip. It seems like a good way to discover the country. Does that sound right?

And what about the islands? Should we try any of them or are they crowdy and a bit more late-teenage style? (we're on our late 30's)

Of course we can also use all other kind of tips any of you can share, namely hotels, restaurants, surprising places, wonderful views, etc.

Thank you.;)

2. Posted by seanmiller (Inactive 20 posts) 6y

Croatia owns a beautiful cities and one of the most safest place for the to travel, you can roam around at some beautiful beaches like, Drazica Beach,Brela Beaches, Rajska Plaza an awesome Island. ;)

3. Posted by mimibnm (First Time Poster 1 posts) 6y

Quoting CMarçal

Hi there! ;)

Me and my husband and my ten year old boy are going for a two week vacation in Croatia, strarting next 20-06-2010, in Zagreb. I was wondering if any of you can help us choosing the cities / places to visit (touristic and non touristic).

We're thinking about renting a car in Zagreb and head on for the road, returning it by the end of the trip. It seems like a good way to discover the country. Does that sound right?

And what about the islands? Should we try any of them or are they crowdy and a bit more late-teenage style? (we're on our late 30's)

Of course we can also use all other kind of tips any of you can share, namely hotels, restaurants, surprising places, wonderful views, etc.

Thank you.;)

hi
if you are traveling to croatia, cities you must see are Zadar ,has old history and it is very nice, near Zadar is Sibenik smaller town but also very nice.You should go to nacional parks Krka, Kornati and Plitvicka jezera.Between Zadar and Sibenik is small town Biograd with great beaches and excellent accommodation.if you have time to go more southern you can visit Split and also Dubrovnik.

Have a great time in croatia :)