A roadtrip of 11 days and 10 nights driving true many mountain passes in Slovenia and longside the Croatian coast. Visiting beautiful national parks was a daily routine.
I started with a short 1,5 h flight to Stuttgart, the hometown of my travelbuddy. The actual roadtrip started the day after, in the cool Daimler-Benz campervan you see above.
This was our route from day to day.
- Schönau am Königssee (Germany)
- Millstatt am See (Austria)
- Bled (Slovenia) – 2 nights
- Kraljevica (Croatia)
- Starigrad (Croatia)
- Pakostane (Croatia)
- National park Una (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
- Povile (Croatia)
Our first stop in Schönau am Königssee (Germany) was already amazing. All those huge mountains and overwhelming lakes like you see on the photo i took below.
One the second day we continued our roadtrip southwards through idyllic Austria.
On day 3 we arrived at Slovenia, visiting the National Park Triglav. We went to this magical, treehouse paradise, Garden Village Bled. The best glamping resort i’ve seen! With tree houses, pier tents and glamping tents! Luckily we’ve got to spend in one of those glamping tents, with a private hot tub 🙂
Bled is certainly worth visiting. But were on a trip, so we headed further south to the next country Croatia. The croatian coast was stunning, we stopped at some epic camping sites at Kraljevica, Starigrad and Pakostane. Of course we visited the national parks, Paklenica and Krka.
We heard about the national park Una at Bosnia and Herzegovina, an undiscovered park for tourists but very famous park for wildwater rafting. So we made a little detour through Bosnia, because we had to see it with our own eyes!
After that we’re driving all the way to the north coast of Croatia. Were i spend my last night before heading to the airport of Pula. My travelbuddy continued his trip via Italy back home to Stuttgart.
What an amazing experience, glad i had the opportunity to make a trip like this and much new life lessons learned!