Rent a car with Economy Car Hire and you will be able to discover just why this country is perfect for those taking city breaks and beach holidays alike.
Anyone who visits Croatia will never be short of things to see and do. There are many twisting routes that holidaymakers will be eager to work their way around, tasty Croatian cuisine that needs to be sampled locally to truly appreciate it and a raft of vibrant cities packing in so much entertainment.
Arrange Croatia car rental services with us and we will present you with so much value for money. Our hire cars come with full collision damage protection and full theft protection, for added peace of mind, while our breakdown assistance promise will help get out of a spot of trouble in a flash. Don’t forget that a free additional driver is included in your quote, as well 5% discount if you book your car online.
Economy Car Hire will not be too far away no matter which part of Croatia you have chosen for your break. In fact, we cover all the major airports in the country, including:
Zagreb Airport – Croatia’s capital city Zagreb stands out as it is one of the only cities in the country that is not based around the coast. Instead, this European metropolis is the place to walk along row upon row of 19th century buildings and indulge in a lively café lifestyle.
Split Airport – Split is the second city of Croatia and is a must-see district thanks to its vibrant and often bustling port. The city’s ancient centre is also a marvellous sight, especially since it was originally moulded around the palace of Roman emperor Diocletian.
Dubrovnik Airport – Another city that many tourists would already have heard of, anyone who visits Dubrovnik must take a trip around its Old Town – the site is so renowned it even has world heritage status. The peaceful islands of Kolocep, Lopud and Sipan lying just off the coast of Dubrovnik are waiting to be explored too.
Pula Airport – History fans should set their sights on Pula once they arrive in Croatia, seeing as though the port is filled with amazing Roman ruins. The nearby towns of Porec and Rovinj pack in plenty of Venetian character too.
For more information about Croatia, make sure to have a read of our detailed Croatia travel guide, as well as our specific guide to skiing in Croatia before you leave for the airport. Why not also find out more about driving in Croatia and brush up on your Croatian etiquette knowledge while you are at it, too.