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Croatia, Slovenia, Austria with Preschoolers

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We're traveling for three weeks to Croatia, Slovenia, and Austria. We are trying to do it without a car, so we don't have to lug around car seats. We are more concerned with having fun than seeing everything, although we certainly want to see some sites. We would definitely like to visit any destinations, attractions that might be fun for our daughters.

We fly into Venice and then we'll take the ferry (I think) to Rovinj. We have house with family in Rovinjsko Selo for a week. Then I'm thinking we'll head towards towards the caves in Slovenia, through Ljublijana, Lake Bled, Salzburg, and end in Vienna. That may be too much.

Any suggestions, especially in terms of transportation or must see attractions are welcome. We're trying to avoid the bus as much as possible with two little ones.

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