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Slovenia-Croatia tour June

Trying to figure out how to pack for the weather ... esp. some of the inland hill areas, where I'm thinking it might be cooler than the coastal cities?

Also - are any of the group meals at any places that require dressing in something upgraded from our regular everyday travel-casual clothes?

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I was on this tour in late June last year and it was hotter than I thought it would be!
Well worth it though- it’s a really great tour- enjoy!
It could be chilly in the Slovenian mountains- but wasn’t last year!
Hope you have a great time

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I did this tour in October of 2022 and I was in shorts/capris most of the days. It was unusually warm and sunny. In the evenings for dinners out, dressed up with a scarf in casual pants. Some of travelers brought casual dresses.

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I did this tour in October 2021 and it was fabulous. Such a great tour. You do go up in the mountains for one night and we did have a bit of rain in Montenegro but for most of it the weather was fantastic. You will enjoy this tour.

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I went on this tour in April this year. You don't need any dress up clothes for the restaurants. You will love this tour. It was fantastic and I especially loved Slovenia!

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Hi! I loved this tour! I went last September, beginning of the month to mid month. The weather was very warm. I was never cold, although we did see a small bit of rain in the mountains. But I run warm, so if you get chilly easily, maybe a sweater or light jacket will do. Enjoy!

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Did this tour last year, June 11 to 25th. It was a bit cooler in Slovenia, but a light sweater was enough. It was really, really hot by the time we got to Dubrovnik. I'd dress for heat, and bring a sweater and shell in case of sprinkles.

Nobody dressed up for dinner on our tour. It was too hot, and often no time between activities and the meal anyways. The exception was the farewell dinner where you could see many made extra effort. Still, any attire would have been suitable.