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Need help with planning Ljubljana and Lake Bled area

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Three of us (mid 60s) will be traveling by car for three weeks in May-June to NE Italy, Slovenia and Croatia. We've planned a lot so far, but now we're trying to make sense of various suggestions about the number of nights to spend in Ljubljuna and then Lake Bled area. We'll head back into Italy to spend our last few days in the Fruili-Venezia area (as we've already been to the Dolomites).

We're not interested in touring churches or museums, but prefer walking around towns/cities to get the flavor or an area; going to outdoor markets; sitting at cafes; taking easy hikes; enjoying scenic drives (Julian Alps). We enjoy wine and beer tasting, and trying regional cuisine.

We had first thought of spending two nights in Ljubljana (coming from Plitvice Lakes) to have one full day there, and then two or three nights in Bled (time to walk around Bled, a day for driving/hiking in the Julian Alps).

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