Hiring a car in Croatia is the most convenient and comfortable way to get up and down the stunning Dalmatian coast which overlooks the Adriatic Sea. Rhino has various locations across the country where you can pick up your hire car including Dubrovnik Airport, Dubrovnik, Split Airport, Zagreb Airport and Zagreb. Whether you are travelling on business, taking a romantic break away or treating the family to a well deserved holiday, we will have a rental car to suit your budget and requirements.
Our rental rates include collision damage waiver, theft waiver, taxes, airport fees and insurance. We also allow unlimited mileage and include complimentary breakdown assistance in the unlikely event you should suffer a breakdown in the car or have a problem. If you need any help when making your booking, we have a friendly and experienced customer services team on hand who will be happy to help you.
Croatia Car Hire - Did You Know?
- Croatia declared independence in 1991 and became a sovereign state.
- Some of the first fountain pens in the world originated from Croatia.
- There are many World Heritage Sites in Croatia including the Old City of Dubrovnik and the Cathedral of St. James in Šibenik.
- Croatia is famous for its large number of national parks and many parks are protected by Croatian law.
- There are three major international airports in Croatia located in Zagreb, Split and Dubrovnik.
Croatia Mini Guide
With over 1,000 miles of coastline stretching along the beautiful Adriatic Sea, Croatia certainly takes time to explore, especially at the laid back pace for which the country is famous. The central part of this Balkan nation is where the capital Zagreb can be found and Croatia is bordered by Hungary
, Serbia and Bosnia Herzegovina.
Though recently war torn, Croats have done a fine job of restoring their cultural heritage and many parts of the stunning southern city Dubrovnik
have been so well rebuilt you would never know that they were extensively bombed. Today Dubrovnik is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Croatia is split into regions including Dalmatia, a strip of mainland and islands bordering Bosnia-Herzegovina, the north western Peninsula of Istria and the Kvarner Gulf in the northern part of Dalmatia. The north eastern area of forests and fields in known as Slavonia while the north central highlands are considered to be Central Croatia.
Almost every airline you could possibly think of has flights to Croatia including Aer Lingus, Clickair, Easyjet, SkyEurope and Wizzair. For driving advice in Croatia it is worth checking out the Hvratski Auto Klub, the Croatian Automobile Club which is dedicated to assisting drivers and promoting safe driving. Visit their website for minute-by-minute updates on the status of national traffic, the weather, as well as numerous maps. The content is available in Croatian, English, German and Italian.
If you are looking for a good night out there are some very trendy bars in Hvar where the beautiful people go to be seen, often mooring their large boats outside.
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