Sobe San Korana
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TripAdvisor Reviews Sobe San Korana Plitvice Lakes National Park
Travel Blogs from Plitvice Lakes National Park
... had a 6pm bus, I probably would have done the walk to the only place on the river you can swim as it is outside of the national park. The whole lake/river system is protected from swimming. It was really hot during the day so a swim would have been welcomed, but we needed just an hour more to ensure the walk there and back in time for the bus.
It is just over 4 hours to get to Split from here and the views out the bus window are stunning. ...
... a place called Momento park which contains statues of all the main influences of communism within Hungary. This was only a quick stop so we were soon on the bus again and on the way to Lake Balaton which is central Europe's largest fresh water lake. It was absolutely stunning here, the water was so refreshing amidst the boiling heat and it was just lovely to take it easy whilst enjoying the beautiful scenery. We left the lake ...
... We stopped for coffee's at a newsstand just outside of the parking garage and then loaded back into the car for the long haul home. We had talked about the possibility of finding another hotel for the night and then finishing our trip in the morning, but Conor was up to the challenge of finishing the drive. I caffeinated myself right along with him to keep him company in the wee hours of the drive, and sure enough we made it home safe & sound. We doubted our directions at ...
... have trainers in my bag - the greatest option ever when everyone realised their hiking would be complete with soaking shoes and socks.. The water could not be avoided and was significantly deep in parts..
So there you have it - go to Plitvice National Park and seriously enjoy the scenery - pack your patience and flip-flops, and of course your camera - you will be sure to enjoy your day <3
... lakes, but after checking the weather it looked like rain and thunderstorms for the next two days! Pretty sun, pretty sun, rain, rain, pretty sun (that’s how the picture of the weekly forecast looked). Bad timing. With a change of plans, we cancelled our second night at Zagreb and organised ourselves to head to the beach - Split here we come! NB it turned out to be a great idea - we woke up the next day to thunder and heavy rain.