As the country is not particularly large, we have limited our country coverage to one side of the sheet, with a detailed inset map of Ljubljana. The other side is a lovely map of the Dalmatian Coast. Now that Croatia is part of the EU, border limitations with the rest of western Europe have been removed and driving from Italy or Slovenia southward towards Dubrovnik is easy. The map shows the Pula Peninsula, the coastal islands of Cres, Brac, and Havar, and resort communities such as Zadar, Split, and medieval Dubrovnik. The new coastal motorway is mostly complete, but political difficulties are forcing an expensive tunneling project to by-pass part of Bosnia. Once completed, the highway will stretch to the Montenegrin border and become a major truck route from Turkey to Europe.