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Croatia, Montenegro, Balkans

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We have 3 weeks in May, during which we want to explore the Balkans and visit Istanbul. Naturally, too many places looks sensational, so we must get realistic. Added to that, we like to travel by car and explore (unless there's a good train or even a flight that will speed things along). I had a list of Must Sees, but Andrew's idea sound so much more interesting. I wonder if, as a first time visitor, I can combine both. The (obvious) list contains Zabgreb, Dubrovnik, Budva/Kotot, Sarajevo, Belgrade (unreasonable?), Tirance, Lake Ohrid, Skopjie, Sofyia. Driving (a hired driver or on our own) between some of these places will allow us to experience the nature and local life. We ALSO want some time on the Dalmatian coast, not necessarily the super touristy islands or a "cruise". More like ferries or a guy with a boat. We like small villages, history, markets, architecture, food, etc. In smaller doses, we like nature (waterfalls, caves and hiking), same with castles and ruins. Can anyone put together an itinerary for us?

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