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traveling to Croatia

Does anybody know the best traveling options to travel from Brussels to Croatia, particularly the Peljesac Penninsula? Also, what is the primary language spoken there? Is English fairly prevalent?

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The best way would be to fly from Brussels. If you are going to the Peljesac then fly into Dubrovnik - This will depend on the time of year you are travelling. During the summer season there should be a few flights, if though you are travelling out of season there may be no flights, in which case try flying to Split, Mostar or worse case Zagreb. From these areas you can get a bus. There is a large percentage of people that speak ENglish so you should have no problems. Enjoy your trip.


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Flying to Split is easy - many connections via Frankfurt with Croatian Airlines. Dubrovnick is closer to the peninsula, though, and well worth the visit on it's own. We just returned from a bike tour of the Southern Dalmatian Islands (including a day on the Peljesac). It's a beautiful area. I don't know that I would say English is prevalent, but the tourist areas have enough to get by. We had no problems figuring anything out.