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Dubrovnik to Budapest

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Dubrovnik to Budapest

Hi all

I am planning a trip from Dubrovnik, up to Budapest. We have 13 nights.

The plan looks a bit like this:

1-4: Dubrovnik

5-7: Split

8-9: Lubjlana

10-13: Budapest

We had hoped to squeeze in Zagreb, but to allow enough time to see everything, we have simplified things somewhat.

Does anyone have any thoughts on the amount of time we have designated for each location?

Is two nights enough in Lubjlana (the day of arriving there being a long day on the train, along with the same on the way to Budapest).

Is four nights too much in Budapest?

Any help would be much appreciated-hoping to get booked in the next few days!

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1. Re: Dubrovnik to Budapest

you could easily do 5-6 Split, then hop in a bus to Zagreb, night 7 in Zagreb, then 8-9 Ljubljana. For all it's worth, you will cut your long trip in two, plus may see Zagreb...

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2. Re: Dubrovnik to Budapest

You can stay in one night in Split and 3 in Budapest. So you can have 2 days for Zagreb.

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3. Re: Dubrovnik to Budapest

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