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Croatian Adventure for active middle-agers?

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Hello all, I'm brand new to this site and forum. My husband fell in love with Dubrovnik when he stopped there during a naval deployment in the early 90's. He's talked for years about going back together for a vacation, and now we're in the early planning stages for the trip.

I've found a land tour online that seems to fit the bill for what we are looking for: 14 days, 4 cities with a few days in each city and a mix of planned tours and free time. My one concern might seem mean spirited, and I don't mean for it to be! We are in our late 40's, active and into fitness. So, while we want a relaxing vacation, we don't mind fairly strenuous activities and lots of walking, etc. The pictures and the videos of the tour we are looking at seems to show that most of the clientele is of folks much older than us, and some needing walking aids, etc.

So, while I'm sure we would love our travel companions, is there a tour for folks like us? Not the party-time singles crowd, not the older crowd, but for active couples?

Or would you recommend going it on our own without a guided tour?

Advice and insight would be much appreciated!

Annette, Maryland, USA

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