Rent a Car in Croatia - Hire a Car in Croatia
- Bjelovarsko-Bilogorska Županija
- Brodsko-Posavska Županija
- Dubrovačko-Neretvanska Županija
- Istarska Županija
- Karlovačka Županija
- Koprivničko-Križevačka Županija
- Krapinsko-Zagorska Županija
- Ličko-Senjska Županija
- Međimurska Županija
- Osječko-Baranjska Županija
- Požeško-Slavonska Županija
- Primorsko-Goranska Županija
- Šibensko-Kninska Županija
- Sisačko-Moslavačka Županija
- Splitsko-Dalmatinska Županija
- Varaždinska Županija
- Virovitičko-Podravska Županija
- Vukovarsko-Srijemska Županija
- Zadarska Županija
- Zagreb County
- Grad Zagreb
Croatia, overlooking the Adriatic Sea and in recent years it has had a boom of visitors, thanks to the beauty of its coasts, which have nothing to envy to the most famous attractions.
Various properties, including churches, museums, art galleries, but also nature parks and lakes have been recognized "World Heritage" by UNESCO. Discover the cobbled streets of the ports of Istria, Kvarner and Dalmatia or run into the green roads of Central Croatia and maybe visit castles and fortresses, are emotions to be experienced in this country, where you cross the different cultures and lifestyles. To mention the capital Zagreb, it sorted by the union of two medieval settlements located on two neighboring hills, with elegant cafes, restaurants, garden terraces and, above all, well-groomed parks in every detail such as Ribnjak. For lovers of the monuments you can do a tour, maybe starting from the Roman city of Pula, through Zadar, where is located the greater Roman forum subjected to archaeological excavations, to reach the Diocletian's Palace in Split.
Dating back to the ninth century later, you can admire the church of Zara dedicated to San Donato and walking in the beautiful city of Trogir Krk and Rab. How Not to mention then Dubrovnik, which despite being heavily damaged by the 1667 earthquake, has managed to retain its Gothic churches, Renaissance and Baroque and many monasteries, palaces and fountains.
For lovers of nature, instead we recommend a visit to
, where the formation of gypsum and rearrangement of the bed of the river have given rise to a set of 16 small lakes (Plitvice Lakes), which represent a great architectural phenomenon nature reserve in an unspoiled and full of thick forests.
In Croatia, can be reached by sea, by ferries or a low cost solution would be to rent a car at the airports of Zagreb or Split and Dubrovnik.