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Albania, Montenegro, Dubrovnik Itinerary Help!

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My husband and I will be traveling to Alb., Mont., & Croatia at the end of the month and here is our planned itinerary:
Day 1: arrive Tirana afternoon - overnight Tirana
Day 2: Tirana to Kotor (with a stop in Kruja) (recommend transportation?) - o/n Kotor
Day 3: Kotor for day - travel to Dubrovnik evening (transportation?) - o/n Dubrovnik
Day 4: Dubrovnik
Day 5: Dubrovnik to Ulcinj
The rest of our vacation will be spent in & around Ulcinj with family.

We're looking for a method of transportation but don't want to have to worry about parking a rental in Kotor & Dubrovnik (not to mention most prices I've found for rentals are quite expensive). We might be interested in private transport if anyone has any info. or cheap rental companies to check out. I know Day 2 sounds a little rushed...is it possible? We really want to see Kotor & Dubrovnik but have to head to Ulcinj to meet with arriving family.

Thanks...as usual, your help is always very appreciated!

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