|$8/day||Economy||2 Adults, 2 Bags|
|$9/day||Compact||4 Adults, 2 Bags|
|$13/day||Intermediate||5 Adults, 3 Bags|
|$20/day||Standard||5 Adults, 3 Bags|
|$41/day||Full-size||5 Adults, 2 Bags|
|$37/day||Minivan||5 Adults, 5 Bags|
|$58/day||Full-size SUV||5 Adults, 2 Bags|
|$8/day||Mini||2 Adults, 2 Bags|
|$42/day||Premium||5 Adults, 5 Bags|
|$48/day||Passenger Van||5 Adults, 2 Bags|
|$37/day||Luxury||5 Adults, 5 Bags|
|$61/day||Convertible||2 Adults, 2 Bags|
|$32/day||Premium SUV||5 Adults, 5 Bags|
|$11/day||Compact SUV||4 Adults, 2 Bags|
|$11/day||Compact station wagon||4 Adults, 2 Bags|
|$13/day||Intermediate SUV||5 Adults, 3 Bags|
|$13/day||Supplier Choice||5 Adults, 5 Bags|
|$27/day||Intermediate station wagon||5 Adults, 3 Bags|
|$33/day||Standard SUV||5 Adults, 3 Bags|
|$36/day||Standard station wagon||5 Adults, 3 Bags|
|$48/day||Full-size station wagon||5 Adults, 2 Bags|
|$95/day||Commercial||5 Adults, 3 Bags|
Croatian law dictates that children under the age of 12 are not allowed to travel in the front seat of a vehicle and must be placed in a car seat or booster seat in the back. If you are traveling with children under five years old, they need to be placed in a child restraint in the rear seat. If you cannot bring your own car seat to Croatia, you will be able to rent one from the rental company for an additional cost of around $10.
If you are planning to stick to the historic cities of Croatia, you should consider renting a compact car so that you can negotiate the narrow roads. On the other hand, if you plan to do a lot of motorway or countryside driving, a saloon model might be more appropriate and more comfortable.
Many people who rent a car in Croatia will want to take a trip to neighboring Bosnia and Hercegovina or Montenegro. Cross-border journeys are permitted for a daily surcharge, which will depend on the category of your vehicle. You will not be allowed to take your rental car on the ferry across to Italy.
There are many advantages of renting a car in Croatia, considering the main mode of transport in the country is bus, which is time-consuming. The Plitvice Lakes Natural Park consists of 16 lakes and cascades that can only be reached by car. The new highways connecting Zagreb to Split also make it easy to visit multiple cities on your trip. There is also a scenic route along the Jadranska Magistrala Adriatic coastal road.
On average a rental car in Croatia costs $33 per day.
Compact (Ford Focus or similar) is the most frequently booked rental car type in Croatia.
In the past 72 hours, the cheapest rental cars were found at Avantcar ($8/day), Ace ($9/day) and Sixt ($11/day).
Based on ratings and reviews from real users on KAYAK, the best car rental companies in Croatia are ACTIVE RENT A CAR (10.0, 1 reviews), ORYX (10.0, 1 reviews), and AVAX (9.6, 2 reviews).
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On average a rental car in Croatia costs $283 per week ($40 per day).
On average a rental car in Croatia costs $1213 per month ($40 per day).
The driving style in Croatia is like most of Europe: you must drive on the right-hand side. Because it is a small country, you can discover Croatia in a short amount of time on its well-maintained roads. If you plan to drive in and around major cities, beware of traffic and congestion. In the countryside, be wary of animals and farm machinery in the roads. Reflective jackets, first-aid kits, and warning triangles must always be carried in your car. If you are visiting between November and April, you must also carry snow chains and a shovel in the car.
To rent a car in Croatia, you must be at least 21 years old and must have held a valid driver’s license for two years. Any driver who is under the age of 25 and wishes to rent a car might incur an additional young driver surcharge of around 184 kn ($28).
The average price of gas in Croatia is 9.97 kn ($1.51) per liter and 36.20 kn ($5.49) per gallon. The price of gas is the same at all gas stations, since they are government owned. Gas stations found in the major Croatian cities as well as those on important roads are open 24h.
The national speed limit for highways is 130 km/h (80 mph), while on rural roads the limit is 90 km/h (56 mph). On expressways, or brza cesta, the speed limit is 110 km/h (68 mph). In residential areas, you must keep below the 50 km/h (31 mph) speed limit. You will find both static and mobile speed cameras on the roads, so beware, as Croatian police can impose on-the-spot fines.
The rates displayed include all taxes and fees for car rentals for the class listed and were found by KAYAK users in the last hours. Rentals are subject to change and may not be available on all car rentals listed or dates of travel. Some car rental providers charge additional fees for other services (gps, infant car seats, etc.). Please check the car rental providers' sites.