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Struggling with itinerary

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We are planning to travel to Vienna, Bosnia & Herzegovina and Croatia in September for about three weeks. Better said we'll spend two weeks traveling and one in a rental home in Istria.

Roughly this will be our itinerary:
Utrecht (The Netherlands) - Melk
Melk - Vienna, visit Melk Abbey and see a bit of the Danube Valley
Vienna - Zagreb
Zagreb- Jajce
Jajce - Sarajevo
Sarajevo - Mostar, not sure if we should do an overnight stay in Mostar or travel a litte further
Mostar - Hvar Island
Hvar Island
Hvar - ....?
.....? - Zadar
Zadar - Plitvička Jezera
Plitvička Jezera - Draguc
Draguc - Nurnberg
Nurnberg - Utrecht

I have one day extra but can't decide what to do with it. There seem to be so many places were we could use more time.
The two nights in Vienna can't be changed and we have booked our house in Draguc.

We like to stay of the beaten track as much as possible but understand that Croatia is a popular destination and that some really good sites will be very crowded.
We love good food (who doesn't), nature and history and like talking to locals as much as we can.
Advice about what to see along the way would be very helpful.

Who can help us with our itinerary, finding those special restaurants and the best places to stay.
We'll be traveling on a budget but are willing to splurge every once in a while.

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