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1 night in Zagreb or extra day in Dubrovnik?

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Hi guys,
Just after a bit of advise, obviously.

My GF and I are going on a cruise from Dubrovnik to Split in May.
We are flying from Berlin and have found the cheapest way is to fly through Zagreb.

My question is, should we get a connecting flight (is 2.5hrs between flight long enough to get the connection?) or spend the night in Zagreb and fly to Dubrovnik at 21.00 the next day?
If we spend the night in Zagreb we arrive around 10pm on a thursday and our cruise leaves on Saturday. Would our time be better spend in Dubrovnik or Zagreb?

We will have already spent time in larger cities (Rome, Berlin, Prague) and i do prefer smaller towns and villages.

Regards,
Scott

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