We are headed to Europe for 6 weeks this summer, part of that time we will spend in Croatia and Slovenia (after Italy, and before Amsterdam). We are travelling with our two young boys, ages 5 & 7. I've tried to cut down on travel days, and make sure we are staying longer in places since moving around every other day would be exhausting for us all.
Here's our itinerary, and I wanted to see if it sounds like too much, and should cut something else out (possibly even part of our trip after Slovenia), or if it sounds doable?
Also, I'd love to have a day trip to Bosnia or Montenegro, but I realize that might be too much.
Secondly, wondering if we should rent a car in Slovenia or if the train is just as easy?
Arrive Dubrovnik from Naples
4 nights/3 days in Dubrovnik
Ferry to Korcula
3 nights in Korcula
Ferry to Split
1 night in split, pick up car, drive to P. Lakes
2 nights in P. Lakes
Drive to Zagreb, drop off car, spend night in Zagreb
Train to Ljubljana
4 nights/ 3 days in Ljubljana
Fly out to Amsterdam