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Trying to get to the Dalmatian Coast, Croatia from the U.S.

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Those who have traveled to the Dalmatian Coast who live in the U.S: Have you flown directly and which airline did you choose?
Or did you fly into a European city and transfer? Which city?
And, again, which airline did you take to Croatia?
I'm trying to go at the end of next month and am having a bit of a hard time figuring it out. I don't want to fly round-trip to Dubrovnik or Split because I will be hoping to go elsewhere afterward. It starts to get very costly and time consuming....many stops by plane....to go on to France or Spain where I'd like to visit with family and friends.
Would like to hear what those who have had similar experience have done?

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