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Last Updated: 20th July, 2017 | By Lisa Ahern

City Car Rentals compare car pries in Croatia Rent A Car rental companies including AMC Rent a Car Hertz, Avis, Alamo, Budget, Dollar, Sixt, Thrifty and Europcar. to bring you the best car rental prices in Croatia Rent a car inDubrovnik Airport, Makarska Meteor Hotel, Porec, Pula Airport, Rabac, Rijeka Airport,Split Airport, Starigrad - Hvar island, Zagreb Airport, Zagreb city Zadar Airport.

Looking for an automatic car in Croatia or a 7 seater People Carrier Mini Van we have a large range of Automatics cars to choose from but they sell out early each year. It is advisable to book your automatic car in Pula, Split Dubrovnik and Zagreb as early as possible.

Croatia Car Hire – the ideal way to get around during your Croatia holiday is with low cost City Car Rentals Car Hire Croatia. Croatia car hire enables you to see the country the way you want.


Croatia Car Hire Locations

Cavtat Hotel Croatia, Frankopanska 10, Cavtat
Dubrovnik Iva Vojnovica 31a,, Dubrovnik, Dubrovnik
Dubrovnik - Airport Airport Terminal, Dubrovnik, Dubrovnik
Hvar Hotel Amfora, Dolac bb, Hvar
Karlovac Zrinski Trg 4, Karlovac, 47000
Makarska Obala Kralja
Opatija M.Tita 145, Hotel Istra, Opatija, 51140
Osijek Gunduliceva 32, Osijek., Osijek., Osijek.
Porec M. Vlasica 20, Porec
Pula Hotel Histria, Verudela bb, Pula, Croatia, Pula, Croatia
Pula Airport Pula Airport, Valtursko Polje 210, Pula
Rijeka Airport Rijeka Airport, Rijeka, Rijeka
Rijeka- Downtown A.K. Miosica 9, Rijeka
Rovinj Info Delfin, Obala V.Nazora bb, Rovinj
Sesvete Ljudevita Posavskog 7 a, Sesvete
Sibenik Trg P Subica I No 1, Sibenik, Korcula
Slavonski Brod Trg Pobjede 29, Slavnoski Brod, 3500
Split - Airport Split APT (SPU) Kastela, Split, Split, Split
Split - Downtown Obala Kneza Branimira 1, Split
Split - Port Split City Port, Gat Sv. Duje b.b., Split
Tapanj Katiæ" - Apartmani Ulica Kralja tomislava 13, Trpanj, 20240
Varazdin Trg Kralja Tomislava 7, Varazdin, 42000
Velika Gorica Zagrebacka bb, Velika Gorica
Zadar Ivana Mazuranica, Zadar
Zadar - Airport Zadar Airport, Zuminik, Zadar
Zagreb Hotel Opera Zagreb, Krsnjavoga 1 HR, Zagreb
Zagreb - Airport Zagreb Airport, Zagreb, Zagreb

Croatia Information

Croatia has a population of 5 million and covers an area pf 56,000 Square Kilometres. It stretches along the coast Pula in North Croatia to Dubrovnik in the South with over 1000 islands in between. The capital of Croatia is Zagreb, in the North with a population of over 1 million. In 1994 the city of Zagreb celebrated its 900th birthday. After more than ten years of ethnic and civil conflict, the beautiful country of Croatia is once more gaining the tourism kudos it deserves. Described by George Bernard Shaw as ‘paradise on earth’, Croatia is both European and Mediterranean at the same time and nestles snugly between Bosnia & Herzegovina, Slovenia, Serbia & Montenegro and Hungary, with a superb western Adriatic coastline. During the 1990s, unrest in the country meant a lack of any tourist industry in the country, however since the Dayton Peace Accord was signed in 1995 the natural beauty and favourable climate in Croatia has ensured that a steady and increasingly large stream of tourists has trickled its way back into the country. Croatia is an ideal budget holiday location for thrifty travel with plenty of cheap accommodation, low cost restaurants, entertainment and nightlife, and availability of cheap flights from low cost and budget airlines.

Pula Amphitheater

Choose cheap Croatia Car Hire with City Car Rentals Car Hire Croatia – a guaranteed low cost way to explore the country. The main tourism feature of Croatia is without question its stunning Dalmatian coastline. Featuring craggy cliffs, idyllic promontories and peninsulas, and secluded coves and inlets, the coast of Croatia is a luxurious but low cost location with cheap and budget-friendly accommodation easily found. The cities of Dubrovnik, Zagreb (Croatia’s capital), and Split are also enjoying the recent tourism boom and have plenty to offer visitors and will provide culture-lovers and city sightseers with some fantastic options. Split and Dubrovnik have the added incentive for tourists of being coastal cities, so that a city and beach holiday can be combined. Zagreb is surrounded by land in the north of the country and offers a totally different vibe – trendy, cosmopolitan and culturally rich, it is a wonderful destination for a cheap city break or as a low cost base city from which to explore the surrounding Croatian countryside

Driving in Croatia

Petrol stations
Open daily from 7 am to 7 or 8 pm (10pm in the summer season); 24-hour petrol stations in major cities and on major international roads; The following types of fuel are available: Eurosuper 95, Super 95, Super 98, Super plus 98, Euro Diesel, Diesel, and liquid petroleum gas (LPG) in major cities.

Toll roads:
Highways: A1 Zagreb-Bosiljevo-Zadar-Šibenik- Split-Šestanovac, A2 Zagreb-Zaprešić-Krapina-Macelj, A3 Bregana-Zagreb-Slavonski Brod- Županja-Lipovac, A4 Zagreb-Varaždin-Goričan, A6 Zagreb-Karlovac-Bosiljevo-Vrbovsko and A7 Rijeka-Rupa. Single carriageways: Part of A6 Vrbovsko-Rijeka, the Krk Bridge (Krčki most), future dual carriageways A8 and A9, The Istria

Single Carriageway (Istarski Ipsilon) with toll stations at the Učka Tunnel (Tunel Učka) and the Mirna Viaduct.