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  • 1. Dubrovnik Airport

    Address: Dubrovnik Airport, Dubrovnik

    Phone: 5913143019

    Dubrovnik Airport

  • 2. Zagreb Airport

    Address: Zagreb Airport Pleso Zagreb

    Phone: 5914854680

    Zagreb Airport

  • 3. Zadar Airport

    Address: Zadar Airport Zemunik Donji Zadar

    Phone: 5952377190

    Zadar Airport

  • 4. Split Airport

    Address: Split Airport Split

    Phone: 5913143011

    Split Airport

  • 5. Rijeka Airport

    Address: Rijeka Airport Hamec 1Omisalj

    Phone: 5989107696

    Rijeka Airport

  • 6. Rijeka Car Hire

    Address: Trg Kralja Tomislava 1 Meeting Point Rijeka

    Phone: 5989107696

    Rijeka Car Hire

  • 7. Baltimore Car Hire

    Address: 8200 Perry Hall Boulevard White Marsh Mall Sears Auto Baltimore

    Phone: 410-933-0988

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Self drive car rental in Croatia

Best known for its sun, sand and the sea, Croatia is the fastest rising tourist destination in Europe. This effervescent capital of Zagreb, hosts the country’s best museums, galleries and restaurants. Small but mighty, Croatia is a packed with many different landscapes and experiences waiting to be had in your Avis car rental.

Explore the Croatian Coast in the comforts of your Avis car rental.

Exploring Croatia

Zlatni Rat beach on the Island of Brač is one of the foremost spots of tourism in Croatia. (Wikipedia)

Drive along the Adriatic Highway o experience some of the most natural beauty Croatia has to offer. Abounding with mountains, valleys, coasts and cities, any drive in Croatia offers you stunning ocean views. The main attraction of Croatia has always been Dubrovnik with its Old Town Walls featured in the HBO series, The Game of Thrones. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Pearl of the Adriatic, explore the old town’s unique character with a fortified Medieval charm. Indulge in some of the best cafes and restaurants at the Stradun of Dubrovnik, visit the famous Pile Gate, which has served as an entrance to the old city since ages, discover some of the most landmark building and monuments of Dubrovnik at The Square of the Loggia including Orlando's Column, Loggia of the Bells, Church of St. Blaise and the fountain of Onofrio. The Rector's Palace is the best museum of the city, featuring some great pieces from the early Renaissance period and some great gothic styles.

Overlooking the Adriatic sea, drive to Split in your Avis car rental to explore some spectacular sights, the second largest city in Croatia has to offer. Cobbled street lined with cute boutiques, quaint cafes, reams of restaurants, seafront promenade, the beach of Bacvice, Krka National Park, Diocletian's Palace with many notable attractions, The Ivan Mestrovic Gallery housing some magnificent sculptures, The Archaeological Museum, Klis Fortress which was featured as the City of Mereen in HBO’s Game of Thrones, and The People's Square, make Split a unmissable part of your trip to Croatia.

Hvar town of the Dalmatian Islands, Plitvice National Park, Zagreb's Gornji Grad, Sailing Around Kornati National Park, Zadar's Romanesque Churches, Zlatni Rat Beach – the most photographed beach of Croatia, Korčula Town, Mljet National Park, the Venetian-era seaside town of Rovinj, and Brijuni National Park are amongst Croatia’s top most attractions waiting to be explored I your Avis car rental.

Go for a Road trip in Croatia with Avis Car Rental

With mesmerising views around every turn, Croatia is best explored by driving around I your Avis car hire for utmost flexibility and freedom to make your own stops and explore the unspoiled countryside. From architecture to adventure, take on a Croatian road trip by hiring and Avis car to navigate dramatic coastlines, pristine waters, historic cities, pretty islands and national parks.

Road trips in Croatia by rental car

Northern Trip – Zagreb > Pula/Rovinj/Poreč or Rijeka > Zadar > Skradin + Krka National Park > Back to Zagreb

The capital city is the best place to start any Croatia road trip with plenty of things to do and ease of arrival. Begin by exploring the medieval Gornji Grad full of numerous museums and churches. Zagreb Cathedral and Treasury, one-of-a-kind The Museum of Broken Relationships, Lotrscak Tower, Stone Gate, The Museum of Mimara, are a must visit before heading to Pula, a 3-hour drive away. The beauty of hiring an Avis car rental is the freedom to create your own itinerary. Instead of heading to Pula you can choose to drive to Rovinj, Poreč or Rijeka. Along a stunning coastline, head to Zadar with plenty of tiny seaside towns to stop at and explore on the way. Zadar has a wealth of attractions that crave your attention - Church of St. Donatus with its Byzantine architecture, Art Installations of The Sea Organ and Greeting to the Sun, Kolovare Beach backed by pristine blue water, Kornati National Park, Romanesque Church of St. Chrysogonus, old city walls and gates. Take you Avis car rental from Zadar towards Skradin which leads to the entrance of Krka National Park, a popular tourist spot. The drive back to Zadar will take about 4.5 hours of incredible scenery.

Southern Trip - Dubrovnik > Makarska > Split > Skradin + Krka National Park > Ferry to Hvar > Back to Dubrovnik via Hvar

Start your journey through the south of Croatia starting from Dubrovnik. Pick your Avis car rental from the Dubrovnik Airport. After exploring a plethora of things, the walled city has to offer, head off to Makarska which is at a scenic 2.5 hours of drive. Amazing views of Makarska Riviera with its palm-fringed promenade will greet you in this resort town. From here, a 1.5 hours’ drive will take you to Split, stop by at the seaside town of Omiš on your way. Split has too much to offer that you will fall short of time. You can even take some side day trips to Zlatni Rat and other nearby beaches, or the Kastelasare a series of 7 old towns. After exploring split, head to the famous island of Hvar. Navigate this cool island town in your Avis car. A treasured vacation spot in Croatia, Hvar boasts of an excellent climate, and some top attractions – Franciscan Monastery and Museum, St. Stephen’s Square and Cathedral, Tour the Hvar Vineyards, Renaissance Theatre, Hvar Lavender Festival, and so much more. Culminate your trip by driving back to Dubrovnik.

Driving Rules in Croatia:

− In Croatia, people drive on the right side of the road.
− Distances are given in kilometres (not miles) and speed limits are given in kilometres per hour.
− The speed limit for roads within cities is usually 50 kilometres per hour, 90 km/hr for rural roads and 130 km/hr on the motorways.
− To be able to drive a car in Croatia, you must be over the age of 18 with a valid driving licence.