A guide to the toll roads in Croatia:
Croatian motorways contain toll gates where tolls will be collected as part of your journey. There are three main ways of paying a toll:
- Electronic Toll Collection (ELC). This is a wireless device, which can be used for passage through most of the paid roads in Croatia. It is the more suitable option if you are a regular driver on the Croatian roads.
- Money will be collected at toll gates as you pass through
- Pre-paid monthly coupons, with a discount available for bulk buying.
It is possible to pay with a credit card or in Euros, however the main payment is in Kuna.
Toll roads in Croatia:
- A1 Zagreb – Dubrovnik
- A1/A6 Zagreb – Rijeka
It is the driver’s responsibility to pay the cost of toll roads. The costs are worth it if you are travelling long distances across Croatia. However if you are not in a hurry and you want to make the most of your hire car when visiting Croatia, there are some scenic coastal routes that are worth trying. Hiring a car in Croatia will allow you to independently explore those small towns and secret spots that you may otherwise miss.
Driving in Croatia:
The condition of roads in Croatia is largely very good with a much improved motorway system over recent years. The most scenic route in Croatia is the Adriatic Road, which connects Rijeka and Dubrovnik. It’s a beautiful road that drivers will enjoy. Read our 'Drive Smart Guide to Croatia
' for more information.