The best way to explore Croatia is by hiring a car, allowing you to travel at your own pace. Be sure to check out our top 5 tourist attractions in Croatia below.
Reasons to book with Zest
Zest Car Rental provides a fresh approach to hiring a car in Croatia. Forget jargon and small print, our booking process is simple and hassle-free. We don’t charge any amendment or credit card fees either.
We work with carefully selected and trusted car hire providers in Croatia who care as customer focused as us. We have won awards and receive regular testimonials for our customer service which is why our UK based head office is open 6 days a week, past ‘normal’ working hours. We operate a 24/7 emergency phone service to help with any problems you may have when you’re on the road and for those rare occasions when you run into trouble, we give total peace of mind with breakdown assistance throughout Croatia. We also offer top-up insurance to ensure you’re completely covered should you need it.
Most popular airports
Zest Car Rental is never far away no matter which part of Croatia you’re heading to. In fact, we operate at all the major airports, including:
Zagreb Airport – Croatia’s capital, Zagreb is a rarity in that it’s one of the few Croatian cities not to be built on the coast. Zagreb is a great place to visit if you’re interested in architecture. Stroll along streets framed by numerous 19th century buildings before stopping for a rest in one of the cities many fabulous cafés. Perfect if you want to visit the north of the country.
Split Airport – Split is the second city of Croatia and is a must-see thanks to its vibrant atmosphere and bustling port. The city’s ancient centre is also a marvellous sight, especially since it was originally moulded around the palace of Roman emperor Diocletian. Ideally situated if it’s the south of Croatia you’re interested in.
Fly to Dubrovnik Airport and explore this beautiful city and the extreme south of Croatia. A trip around the city’s Old Town which has been awarded World Heritage status is a must. The marbled streets and baroque buildings never fail to impress and are almost worth the journey alone. To escape the city, the peaceful islands of Kolocep, Lopud and Sipan lying off the coast in the sparkling Adriatic are waiting to be explored.
Pula Airport – History fans should set their sights firmly on Pula. The port is filled with a number of amazing Roman ruins including the Pula Arena, and Forum. The nearby towns of Porec and Rovinj pack in plenty of Venetian character too. You should fly to Pula if you’re staying in the north west of Croatia.