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Healthy oldies visiting Eastern Europe

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2 couples just turned 60, seaoned european travellers want to visit Eastern Europe and Greek Islands. First draft itinerary is
2 nights Ljubljana - train to Bled
2 nights Bled - hire car, drive to
1 night Bovec - drive to
1 night Ljubljana (drop off hire car)
Rovinj by train - 2 nights - hire car, tour Istria area
1 night Plitvice Lakes
1 night Split (drop off hire car)
2 nights Hvar or Korcula
2 nights Sarajevo - hire car
2 nights Dubrovnik - drop off rental car, incl 1 day cruise islands south of Dubrovnik, day trip to Montenegro by bus
Now the difficult bit - fly Dubrovnik to Athens = 10+ hours
2 nights Athens
9 nights Greek Islands (probably 3 nights 3 islands)

Not sure if the Greek part is viable from time and cost point of view. Maybe we should spend more time in East. Europe and stay in towns longer or visit more places.
We very much look forward to accessing the wisdom and knowledge of the Fodorites.

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