I'm starting to plan a trip for mid-May until as long as it takes to visit Italy, Greece and Croatia but I have no idea what is the easiest/cheapest way to go trough all three countries. From what I've researched so far, I think i would like to visit the following cities:
Italy - Venice, Florence, Naples (maybe Pompei and Capri) and Rome
Greece - Athens, Santorini and Los
Croatia - Zadar, Split (Hvar) (?)
I'm not very set on Croatia yet. I would really appreciate some tips of places that are worth visiting and how to move between the cities.
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