If you are planning a trip in the near future, whether it be a business trip or a holiday, Sixt would be delighted to help you choose a car rental in Croatia that meets your needs. Sixt has years of experience delivering customer satisfaction so that whatever your requirements, we are sure to have the right package for your car hire in Croatia.
Car Hire in Croatia with Sixt
Sixt has a wide range of vehicles on offer to appeal to a varied audience. If you need a car hire in Croatia for a romantic getaway or luxurious break, we have a range of sports cars and convertibles that might suit you. If a number of people will be travelling in the vehicle, then Sixt can offer a range of multi-passenger vehicles and 4x4s. Alongside our vehicles we have a range of extras you can add onto your Croatia car hire package, including unlimited mileage, cover for additional drivers, and child seats for younger passengers. Whatever you need for your perfect car rental in Croatia, just let us know and we will do our best to deliver.
Driving Rules in Croatia
Similarly to the rest of mainland Europe, Croatians drive on the right hand side. Other key rules are as follows:
- A seat belt must be worn at all times
- The speed limits in Croatia are: 31mph inside cities, 56mph on the outskirts of cities, 68mph on major roads and 81mph on motorways
- Use of a handheld mobile phone is prohibited whilst driving - use a hands-free one instead
Explore Croatia with Car Hire from Sixt
Croatia is a beautiful country with many places to visit in with your car rental in Croatia. In fact, in recent years the roads have been upgraded and provide a comfortable and stress-free car hire experience. If you are starting your journey in the capital of Croatia, Zagreb, you can then take the upgraded E71 motorway to Split, which is a journey of just over 255 miles. Split is located on the coast and has some stunning scenery. Further south is the city of Dubrovnik, also on the coast. The city itself is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and gives an fascinating insight into the culture and history of Croatia.
- Take a drive to the Plitvice Lakes National Park where 16 beautifully clear lakes all converge across a series of waterfalls and beautiful cascades. There are a variety of hiking trails crossing wooden footbridges and remote pathways ensuring you have stunning views across the whole park.
- Visit the Old Town of Dubrovnik where the marble streets and beautiful baroque buildings bewitch you, and there are endless views of the Adriatic as you climb up the old ramparts.
- For those who enjoy a party, be sure to visit Hvar and its surrounding islands. Amidst the stunning old architecture and Gothic palaces there are enldess rows of restaurants and beach huts which come alive at sunset.