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Croatia: Comments about itineraries being too full

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There are many helpful suggestions on this forum and that is one of the benefits of being part of the Fodorite community. I cannot help but notice that almost any time a proposed itinerary is posted, there are usually comments about travellers trying to do too much, in too short a time etc. It is a prevailing theme on this forum, whether the poster has 5 days, 8 days 14 days or longer planned in this part of the world.

I suspect most of us make our best efforts to maximize the limited time that we have for leisure travel. It can be a challenge for those who are not retired or those who do not have extended blocks of vacation time in any given year.

Many busy professionals simply cannot be away for more than a couple weeks at a time. Balancing children and ageing parents can further complicate time away. I have always preferred to travel, even with time constraints, to have a "taste" of a region, with the option of returning should the area pique my interest.

To those who consistenly remark that posters' Croatian itineraries are too intensive, how much time do you dedicate to your trips to this region and how do you spend your time in Croatia?

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