Where can you get the cheapest car rental for Croatia?
|Minimum car rental age in Croatia :||18 Years|
|Driving experience required:||1 Year|
The answer is VIPCars, due to the flawless service of our world-class supplier brands like Hertz and Europcar along with our advanced booking procedure. Booking a car rental for the resort country of Croatia will ensure that your holiday is free from transport hassles. Take advantage of our 24*7 dedicated customer support available via chat, email and phone.
Choose from our wide fleet of cars ranging from compact cars to convertibles to capture the scenic routes of Croatia at your own comfort. The rental car can be picked up from any of the major locations in Croatia, including top airports and top cities.
The fleet of cars is from famous brands like Volkswagen and Skoda and our booking engine gives you added advantages like free cancellations, supplemental liability insurance, etc.
Our top car rental supplier
brands in Croatia
VIPCars lets you book car rental deals from world-class brands as well as local companies which are trust-worthy. The advantages of booking through these brands are endless along with great quality of car rental services. So, make your Croatian holiday a real adventure with deals from these amazing suppliers.
- ACE Rent a Car
- Dollar Rent A Car
- Enterprise Rent-A-Car
- Sixt rent a car
- National Car Rental
- Thrifty Car Rental
What is it like to drive in the country of Croatia?
Just like other European nations, Croatia drives on the right-hand side of the road. Overtaking can be done from the left. You cannot turn right on red signals.
Using phone while driving is strictly prohibited in the country unless with a hands-free kit. Failing to do so, will end you up with a fine of 500Kn.
In Croatia, using seat-belts is mandatory for all passengers of a moving car otherwise, an on-the-spot fine is charged. Children under 12 aren’t allowed to sit in the front-seat.
Avoid the rush hours in cities like Zagreb and Split which are 7-8 AM & 3-4 PM. at this time, the traffic might be congested, specially, at the city centers and Zagreb’s Main Square.
The countryside routes of Croatia are scenic but you have to drive patiently. You will come across locals selling stuff like jams, berries, etc. Do not drive off-road in the countryside as there might be landmines.
Do not stop to help people on roadsides to avoid potential crime. Croatia allows only 0.05% of alcohol in your blood while you drive, so be prepared for routine checks regarding the same.
Make sure that you drive defensively and take it slow as the Croatian drivers do not hold a very good reputation in terms of speed and overtaking. Roads around famous regions of Zagreb and the like are well-maintained with new highways connecting the cities.
Don’t drive on tram lines and use horns only when necessary. Most of the Croatian driving rules are similar to other countries except a few such as keeping the headlights on in winters along with snow chains and a shovel. Croatian Automobile Club (HAK) is there to help you in case of emergencies on the road.
Some car rental advice
The beautiful country of Croatia can be the best explored through a car rental. Compared to other countries, car rentals in Croatia are much more affordable. We recommend opting a small car if you plan to travel to the Croatian villages. Plus, renting a manual car will save your money.
What are the age rules for
renting a car in Croatia?
18 is the minimum age to rent a car in Croatia although, it varies depending upon the car category. Drivers below 25, have to pay a young driver’s surcharge. A few suppliers have a maximum age limit of 70 years.
Our car rental locations in Croatia
Our car rental service is available at the top airports of Croatia along with major city locations. We also serve at top railway stations, hotels and ports of the country.
- Split Port
- Zadar Downtown
- Zagreb Airport (ZAG)
- Dubrovnik Airport (DBV)
- Split Airport (SPU)
- Zadar Airport (ZAD)
- Pula Airport (PUY)
A small comparison of our most popular car rental types in Croatia
Travellers who want to save on money, go for economy cars as these come with adequate storage space and great fuel-economy.
People prefer these spacious vehicles when the number of travellers is large.
Standard cars are the most preferred car type in Croatia due to the extra legroom and luggage space paired with a great fuel-economy.
A small car is preferred due to the ease of movement because of its size combined with fuel-economy and sufficient room.
Croatia as a travel destination
Croatia is an Eastern European country in the Balkans with a long coastal line along the Adriatic Sea. It comprises of more than one thousand islands as well as the Dinaric Alps. The inland capital of Croatia is Zagreb whereas the major coastal city in Croatia is Dubrovnik.
What are the top attractions to visit in Croatia?
Plitvice Lakes National Park
An Alpine and lakeland national park with waterfalls, caves and hiking trails. This forest reserve in central Croatia is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Krka National Park
A nature reserve with walking trails, waterfalls, river boat trips as well as castle ruins, located along the Krka River. Address: Lozovac, Croatia.
An Adriatic resort island and port town of Hvar is famous for its 13th century walls, hilltop fortress and a main square. It is a part of the Split-Dalmatia County.
The largest island in Dalmatia in the Adriatic Sea, best known for the white-pebble beach Zlatni Rat (Golden Cape), the most photographed beach of Croatia.
Road trip suggestions for Croatia
Croatia to Bosnia
Distance : 426.9 km
Fastest Route : E71
Time : 4 h 59 min
Zagreb to Plitvice Lakes
Distance : 130.0 km
Fastest Route : E65/E71 and D1
Time : 1 h 56 min
Zadar to Pula
Distance : 396.3 km
Fastest Route : E71
Time : 4 h 5 min
Zagreb to Risnjak National Park
Distance : 133.3 km
Fastest Route : E65
Time : 1 h 36 min
Zadar to Czech
Distance : 886,9 km
Fastest Route : E71
Time : 8 h 53 min
Zadar to Nin
Distance : 16,8 km
Fastest Route : D306
Time : 19 min