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Car rental in Croatia

Seat Leon
  • € 86.00Minimum rental price
  • GasolineCar cuel
  • 5Car doors count
  • 5Car seats count
  • Automatic transmissionCar transmission
  • Air conditioningAir conditioner
  • Navigator $
  • Winter tires
  • Baby chair $
  • Children's booster $
Volkswagen
 Amarok
  • € 44.00Minimum rental price
  • DieselCar cuel
  • 4Car doors count
  • 5Car seats count
  • Manual transmissionCar transmission
  • Air conditioningAir conditioner
  • Navigator $
  • Baby chair $
  • Children's booster $
Ford Ranger
  • € 67.00Minimum rental price
  • DieselCar cuel
  • 4Car doors count
  • 3Car seats count
  • Manual transmissionCar transmission
  • Air conditioningAir conditioner
  • Navigator $
  • Winter tires
  • Baby chair $
  • Children's booster $
Seat Leon
  • € 84.00Minimum rental price
  • 5Car doors count
  • 5Car seats count
  • Manual transmissionCar transmission
  • € 75.00Local tax
  • Air conditioningAir conditioner
  • Navigator $
  • Baby chair $
  • Children's booster $
Renault Scenic
  • € 156.00Minimum rental price
  • 5Car doors count
  • 7Car seats count
  • Manual transmissionCar transmission
  • € 75.00Local tax
  • Air conditioningAir conditioner
  • Navigator $
  • Baby chair $
  • Children's booster $
Mercedes-Benz A-class
  • € 102.00Minimum rental price
  • DieselCar cuel
  • 4Car doors count
  • 5Car seats count
  • Automatic transmissionCar transmission
  • Air conditioningAir conditioner
    BMW 1-Series
    • € 80.00Minimum rental price
    • 5Car doors count
    • 4Car seats count
    • Manual transmissionCar transmission
    • Air conditioningAir conditioner
    • Navigator $
    • Baby chair $
    Volkswagen
 Passat
    • € 76.00Minimum rental price
    • 5Car doors count
    • 5Car seats count
    • Manual transmissionCar transmission
    • € 75.00Local tax
    • Air conditioningAir conditioner
    • Navigator $
    • Baby chair $
    • Children's booster $
    Mazda CX-5
    • € 84.00Minimum rental price
    • 5Car doors count
    • 5Car seats count
    • Automatic transmissionCar transmission
    • Air conditioningAir conditioner
    • Navigator $
    • Baby chair $
    • Children's booster $
    Kia Ceed
    • € 38.00Minimum rental price
    • GasolineCar cuel
    • 5Car doors count
    • 5Car seats count
    • Manual transmissionCar transmission
    • € 1 100.00Deposit
    • Air conditioningAir conditioner
    • Navigator $
    • Winter tires $
    • Baby chair $
    • Children's booster $
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    Car rental in Croatia

    Car rental in Croatia

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    About the country

    • A state in the south of Central Europe, in the west of the Balkan peninsula
    • In the west it is washed by the Adriatic Sea
    • The capital and largest city is Zagreb
    • Population – more than 4.5 million people
    • Area – more than 56.5 thousand km2
    A country

    Climate

      • Northern Croatia has a continental climate, Central Croatia has a semi-mountainous and mountainous climate, and Mediterranean climate near the coast
      • In winter: in the continental part up to -10°C, in the coastal part from 0°C to +10°C
      • In summer: on the coast – on average +25°C - +30°C, on the continent - about +25°C, in the mountains - no higher than 20°C

    Currency

      • From January 1, 2023, Croatia is officially in the eurozone, the national currency is the Euro (Kuna is not accepted)
      • The official means of payment is exclusively euro everywhere
      • Currency exchange can be carried out only in exchange offices
      • There are many exchange offices, especially in popular tourist places
      • Information about the current official course: www.hnb.hr
      • Banks work without a break every day from 8 to 17 o'clock, on Saturday until 13 o'clock, Sunday is a day off

    Language

      • The official language is Croatian
      • In some cities Istria's official status is Italian
      • In some municipalities, the languages of national minorities have an official status
      • English is very popular among young people

    The shops

      • Shops are open on weekdays from 8:00 to 20:00, on Saturdays and Sundays — until 14:00
      • In some cities, only supermarkets are open on weekends
      • On the coast during the tourist season, they work from 6:00 to 12:00 and from 17:00 to 20:00 (sometimes until 22:00)
    The shops

    An airport

    Information services

      • City information service - 988
      • General information service for the country - 989
      • International Reference Service - 902
      • The largest excursion organizations are Sputnik and Tripster, including excursions in Russian

    Top 5 dishes of national cuisine

      • Dalmatian or Istra prshut (dried meat)
      • Struckli (pie with filling; there are boiled, baked, sweet and salty)
      • Turkey with pancakes (pancakes)
      • Zagreb chop (odrezak) – veal baked in breadcrumbs, stuffed with cheese and shredding
      • Samoborskie or Zagorskie cheshnovki (sausages)

    Phones

      • Croatia's international telephone code is 385
      • When calling inside Croatia, you must first dial 0
      • It is recommended to buy a local SIM card right away - calls to many countries of the world will be much cheaper than roaming
      • The cards are sold at Tisak newsagents, post offices and branded stores of mobile operators - T-Hrvatski Telekom, Tomato, Tele2
    Phones

    Emergency and help service numbers

      • Police - 192
      • Fire service - 193
      • Ambulance - 194
      • Roadside Assistance - 1987
      • Emergency Operational service - 112
      • Rescue on the waters - 195
    Phones

    Top 5 attractions

      • Istria Peninsula (the cities of Pula, Rovinj, Porec and Rijeka) - beautiful coast, picturesque bays surrounded by Croatian pine trees
      • Plitvice Lakes National Park (lakes, waterfalls, caves)
      • Middle Dalmatia: Trogir - island city and fortress city, Split, Brac and Hvar islands
      • South Dalmatia: Dubrovnik, Kolocep Islands, Lastovo
      • Biokovo National Park (mountainous Croatia, the highest peak is Mount St. Jura)

    Traffic regulations, traffic features

      • Standard European Traffic Rules
      • Generally accepted signs are used
      • The maximum level of alcohol in the blood is 0.5 ppm, for young drivers (up to 24 years old) 0.0%
      • Low beam headlamps are mandatory throughout the year

    Toll roads

      • Part of the highways is paid. The payment is for kilometers, not for the time spent on the autobahn
      • Tolls are also paid for some bridges and tunnels
      • At the entrance to the motorway, a ticket is issued, in which the place of entry is marked; at the exit, the ticket is returned to the operator for payment
      • In case of loss of the coupon – payment at the maximum rate and a fine
      • Payment: cash, credit cards, electronic payment system (ETC) — HAZ, ARZ, Bina Istra
      • The amount depends on the size and type of vehicle

    Speed mode

      • The permissible speed is indicated on the signs
      • 130 km/h – autobahns
      • 110 km/h - highways
      • 90 km/h - outside settlements
      • 50 km/h - in cities
      • 20 km/h - in residential areas

    Gas stations

      • Gas stations - approximately every 40 kilometers and near all major cities on the highway
      • The cost of fuel is about the same everywhere (on motorways above)
      • First you need to fill up the fuel yourself, and then go to the checkout and pay
      • It is strictly forbidden to carry gasoline in cans in a car on the territory of the country
      • Most gas stations operate from 7 to 20, sometimes up to 22 hours; at night – only some on motorways

    Car parking

      • Parking is free in most places on Sundays
      • Street parking is divided into three zones – red (closest to the center), yellow and green
      • The maximum parking time in the red zone is 1 hour, in the yellow zone – 2 hours, in the green zone – 3 hours
      • Coupons for payment are bought in vending machines and placed on the dashboard under the windshield
      • In case of violation of parking rules and exceeding the paid time, the wheels of the car are blocked

    Penalties

      • It is advisable to pay the fine at the place of the offense after the protocol/ decision is issued
      • Payment is possible within 8 days (at the bank or at the post office), but then the police have the right to confiscate the driver's passport or other identity document
      • Foreigners must pay fines for traffic violations before they leave the country

    The cost of car rental

      • The most expensive car available for rent is a Porsche 911, from € 309 per day
      • The most budget – Opel Corsa, from € 12.00 per day

    Types of cars available for rent

    Types of cars available for rent

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