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There are two options for ferries from Dubrovnik to KorĨula: You probably have found the time table from Jadrolinija. You are right that they currently don't run their ferry off-season, but only until end of September. But even until end of September, the ferry runs only twice a week, on Thursday and Sunday. October 1st is a Wednesday. The second ferry ...


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Check-out from Montenegro I have checked-out in Porto Montenegro. There is comfortable service: marina crew will help you with all procedure (for free, if you stay a night here). All activities ~ 1 hour. It's possible to do all procedures in Zelenika. Check-in in Croatia There are customs docks in Cavtat town, nice small town. It takes 40 minutes and 100 ...


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In general car hires in europe will let you cross country lines, at least within the EU (which unfortunatley Montenegro is not). However, you should confirm this with the hire company - either through reading policies on their website, or by asking them. You've got two issues to be concerned with - firstly whether the hire company's insurance applies once ...


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According to a question at Trip Advisor there is a place called HG Spot. Though I don't know the language very well I was able to see that they have a lot of stuff in the webshop that would suggest they would also sell the chargers. HG Spot Dubrovnik, Put od svetog Mihajla 37b Tel. +385 20 420 565 If you are staying at a hostel or nicer hotel they ...


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It would seem that there at the time of writing, there is no luggage storage in Dubrovnik airport. Various sites on the web say that the only official luggage storage service in Dubrovnik is provided by the Main Bus station. Moreover there is no mention of luggage storage on the airport website. It would therefore Bus Croatia says (emphasis mine): ...


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Ferries in Europe are generally pretty reliable, however you aren't giving yourself much room for error. If you can take the ferry a day earlier, you would save yourself a lot of stress by not having to worry about making such a narrow window. But they usually depart/arrive on time, so you probably wouldn't have an issue. I found a forum about Croatian ...


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Kapetan Luka TP operate a high-speed ferry between Split and Dubrovnik, with various intermediate stops including Korcula. According to the linked website, between the 1st of June and 27th September 2015, the ferries run every day. It would seem there's one ferry that runs a round trip Split - Dubrovnik - Split within the same day. Below is the timetable and ...


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By bus Bus from Dubrovnik to Budva (3 hours) Bus from Budva to Ulcinj (1.5 hour) Bus from Ulchinj to Tirana (3.5 hours) By Ferry From Dubrovnik to Bari From Bari to Durres Bus from Durres to Tirana Or Just rent a car



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