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Itinerary planning for Croatia; Split to Istria

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We are 3 friends flying into Split and renting a car.

Here is our 1st try at our itinerary-

-arrive in Split, spend 2 nights

-drive to Sibenik for a couple of hours, then on to Zadar

-Zadar for 2 nights

-drive to Plitvice Jezera National Park- spend afternoon and next morning, then drive to Istria Pennisula; overnight in Opatija or Lovran

-1 night in Rovinj, return car and ferry to Venice

Does the timing look right?

Is the ferry from Rovinj to Venice still Wed, Fri and Sat in May? If so, we will have one extra day to plug in anywhere.

Any suggestions for lodgings?

Thanks!

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