Europe Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 Advice: Tec*h SUPP0RT AOL MAIL CONTACT 1:8OO:681:72O8 AOL MAIL 24*7
  2. 2 Seeking scenic route from Bala, Wales to london
  3. 3 Renting a car for France thru BritishAirways.com instead of AutoEurope
  4. 4 TIM in FCO - update
  5. 5 Visa Query
  6. 6 Trip Report London in Winter Report
  7. 7 Visit to Sardinia
  8. 8 My thoughts go to Manchester
  9. 9 Denied entry to UK; could this give me problems going to Estonia?
  10. 10 Allocating time in Barcelona - Gaudi tickets
  11. 11 Legal documents assistants
  12. 12 Is skip the queue for Versailles worth it
  13. 13 ATM help
  14. 14 ATM
  15. 15 Solo in Paris and looking for the best neighborhood
  16. 16 First family holiday to Europe & wanting advice
  17. 17 Area for a 2 Week Stay in Malaga
  18. 18 London is it worth it?
  19. 19 Montserrat Express
  20. 20 FIndng Vintage French Workwear in Paris
  21. 21 Greek honeymoon: He wants sightseeing, she wants beaches
  22. 22 Trip Report Inside the Red Light District so you don't have to be
  23. 23 Mobile wifi for Europe travel
  24. 24 Châteauneuf-du-Pape Wine tours and Luberon Wine Producers
  25. 25 Help with Scotland Itinerary
View next 25 » Back to the top

Any Tips for Driving from Croatia to Germany...?

Jump to last reply

I'm be traveling from Croatia through Slovenia and Austria enroute to Munich for the opening weekend of Oktoberfest in mid-September. My International Driving Permit is forthcoming and I can (shockingly...for an American) drive manual.

We'll be flying into Dubrovnik the Friday beforehand and plan to visit Hvar for two nights before continuing northward. It'd be great to spend at least one night in Lake Bled and we've already resolved ourselves to driving through Austria without stopping (beyond pit stops).

Any tips? Any recommendations for car rental companies? Any considerations I should be mindful of (e.g., road conditions, crossing country borders, parking in cities/towns, etc)? Any must-see sites along the way?

Any helpful advice is much appreciated. Thank you!

13 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement