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Travel by own car through Slovenia into Croatia?

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Hi,

My wife and I are driving from the UK to Dubrovnik this coming weekend. We plan on going via the Julian Alps in Slovenia and onwards to the Plitvice Lakes. I have plotted a route to cross the Slovenia/Croatia border on Rte 105 (Metlika, Slovenia) & Rte D6 Zakanje, Croatia) but are worried that we will not be able to cross at this point as it is such a minor road and will subsequently lose out on time wasted having to turn back and enter through a main highway border crossing!

Any comments regarding this or any other comments or tips (especially accommadation recommendations) about our coming trip would be most thankfully received!

Cheers,
Martin

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