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Rovinj Croatia to Trieste Italy?

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I'm planning on staying 2 nights in Rovinj and originally I was going to spend the next day seeing pula and the area and just hanging out at pula during the day, while at night driving to Plitvice and only spending the night there.

A friend of mine was recently in Trieste Italy, which he said he loved, so I looked on the map and it shows that it's only a 2 hour drive? As I'm looking at the map, it seems that leaving from Pula to go to Plitivce or leaving Trieste to go to Plitvice is about the same distance.

we're still going to see pula, but I'm wondering if the two hour drive to Trieste is worth it? I don't remember if I told my rental car company about going into Slovenia or Italy, but I've read that the car company is more for insurance reason than anything else. So there's little to worry about unless your car is damaged or stolen in that area and that the border guards won't care.

That is my other question, is crossing into slovenia and then into Italy difficult and time consuming? We're planning on driving to Plitvice, Croatia really late at night though, so also wondering if crossing late at night is an issue coming back from Italy?

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