Car hire Croatia information
Croatia is a geographically diverse country located in Central Europe. The country has a very rich historical background and and features many places worth visiting. The official language used here is Croation, but English, German, and Italian are equally popular. The currency used here is Kuna (HRK). Include a visit to Zagreb, Dubrovnik, Split, Pula, and Zadar when planning a visit to Croatia. Do hire a car and drive away to these cities with ease.
Get a car for hire in Croatia and visit Zagreb
Zagreb is the capital city of Croatia and is best explored with the help of a car rental in Croatia. Visit the Old Town Gate, which is a Virgin Mary shrine, and is believed to fulfill wishes of those who light candles here. You can also visit Lake Jarun, which besides being a pleasant to relax in, provides facilities like boating and wind surfing. There are small bars playing local music. You can also visit the Arheološki Muzej (Archaeological Museum) and many other museums in the city.
Explore the city of Dubrovnik
This is an important post city of Croatia and it played an important role in the country's history. Visit the amazing Fort Minceta, which was built mainly for defence purposes. The Church of St. Ignatius is also worth visiting. It is known for its mesmerizing tapestry. You should also pay a visit to the Bell Tower, where you will find the Zelenci, which strikes the gong every hour. Hire a car in Croatia and visit all these places.
Pay a visit to the city of Split
Take a car for rent in Croatia and explore all that it has to offer. Visit the ruins of the Roman fort of Diocletian's Palace, which features some well-preserved architectural designs. You can also go to see the two Egyptian sphinxes, which were transported from Egypt to Split by order of Emperor Diocletian. St. Duje's Cathedral is one among the oldest cathedral buildings in the world, and is worth a visit as well.
Rent a car in Croatia and visit other towns
From Zagreb, arrange a daytrip to the lovely town of Samobor. The town can be reached in 30 minutes and can be explored in one day easily. Head to the town of Ston from Dubrovnik, which is popular for its 5-kilometre long stone wall. Visit Salona from Split and explore the ancient Roman town, and have a satisfying daytrip.