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Ljubljana to Plitvice Lake

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I'm trying to figure out the best method of getting to Plitvice Lake after a guided tour that ends in Ljubljana. Our last night will be spent at Lake Bled, but it looks like they take us back to the airport in Ljubljana. I'm thinking to get public transportation from Ljubljana to Zagreb (is there any?) and then a bus from Zagreb to Plitvice where we would spend a couple of nights, bus back to Zagreb to fly home. Does that sound like a good plan? I thought about renting a car in Ljubljana but I understand moving around with a rental car between Slovenia and Croatia would be expensive for three days. I drove a stick shift car for 14 years, but it was about 20 years ago. I think I could handle it with a little practice.

I still need to look into flights from Zagreb. Not sure if it is more or less expensive than flying from Ljubljana to Los Angeles.

There will be two of us gals, mid-60s.

Would appreciate your thoughts.

Diane

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