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Suggestions for 1-week tour starting in Dubrovnik in late July?

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Suggestions for 1-week tour starting in Dubrovnik in late July?

Hi all, I am hoping to crowd-source some suggestions on where to spend my last week in Europe before flying back to San Francisco next month. I will be riding along the Croatian Coast from Split to Dubrovnik, and will have roughly one more week starting around July 21 before I need to fly home (I must leave no later than 29-July). Preference for ending somewhere that does not require multiple airlines to fly home (I am taking my bike with me) and is not exorbitantly expensive. I am considering taking a ferry to Bari, Italy and riding to Rome (along part of the EV 5?)...or possibly riding south from Dubrovnik along the EV 8 to (somewhere)??? I would appreciate any and all thoughts on where/who/how/when! Thanks in advance for any tips you can share.

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ask the local WS people ...

Your Post mentions everything except, what you have asked of the local WS members ? ( presumably, they'd know...) 

Maybe you need a general travel website, not a Hospex one ?  

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Good suggestion! I’ll reach

Good suggestion! I’ll reach out to some of the folks in Italy. Thanks!

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Where to go after Dubrovnik?

We took ferry overnite to Bari, then rode to Brindisi, then ferry to Patos. 

The Puglia coast is spectacular - especially "white city" Ostoni.  

I did not like Rome - at all - so am biased against returning there.  

Safe travels. 

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From Dubrovnik

Hi, just saw your post. 3 years ago I came south through Sarajevo along M18/M20 to Popov Most then Trebinje near Dubrovnok, nice roads, good scenery. Then south to Montenegro, Kotor etc - a lot more traffic on the coast road and Albania, all pretty good. I caught ferry to Bari then south west to Matera (worth a couple of days) - however from there it was another 4 days on not entirely direct smaller roads to Rome, it was in October so days were shorter and rain was worse but July-Aug could be very hot.

You could do a loop through Sarajevo - 2 solid but not hard days the way I came - or Montengro.

Roger