Zadar offers a cosmopolitan blend of historic ruins, trendy cafes, and medieval churches. Few cities have as much character as that of Zadar. The Dalmatian coast tends to be overrun by travellers, so visiting Zadar’s quiet ports and watching its serene sunsets offer an outstanding way to peacefully enjoy Croatia. Zadar was one of Hitchcock’s favourite spots. The secret beach of Saharun remains as Mother Nature intended, and if you prefer contemporary fun, a giant outdoor dance floor can keep you dancing all night long. The city of Zadar should be enjoyed at a leisurely pace, so it’s best explored by renting a car hire at Zadar Airport.
Zadar is a primary transport hub that connects you to the area’s islands by ferry. The Plitvice Lakes can easily be reached by car. The coastal road to Split is a worthwhile visit, purely for its views, and of course, you’ll also want to experience Dalmatia’s economic hub by road. Enterprise Rent-A-Car has a large fleet of vehicles to suit your preferences. If you prefer an inexpensive trip, Enterprise offers a range of economy vehicles that will keep your fuel costs down. Business travellers can choose from a selection of luxury saloons and people carriers, while sporty drivers can take their pick from an exotic selection of cars.
Zadar Airport links to all of the major centres located in the west, as well as Athens and Rome. The international airport is a mere 8 kilometres from the city centre and it services 21 airlines. You can arrange your car rental in Zadar at the airport itself. After you have the keys to your rental car, you can easily connect to highway 502 or 424, so you won't have any trouble navigating to your hotel. Stock up on souvenirs at a duty-free shop before visiting the restaurant or snack bar. If you’re visiting the surrounding regions, the airport connects to Athens, Brussels, and Amsterdam.
The Plitvice Lakes seem to come straight out of a fairy tale, and they have all the sporting opportunities you could wish for. Hike the UNESCO World Heritage Site, or take a guided and well-organised tour. The wildlife in the area includes wild boar, bears, and wolves, which are best spotted while travelling at a slow pace. The surrounding area has several sailing tours that will take you to three more national parks. The Royal Vineyards are sure to entertain your palate with their award-winning wines and rock-strewn slopes. The city is ideal for antique hunters, as the Forum Square boasts plenty of treasures to discover. The Antique Roman Square will keep history buffs entertained, and if you visit at the right time, don’t forget to dedicate some of your days to experience a few of the many music festivals that the city hosts.
Enterprise offers a consistent range of special offers and discounts. If you book your car rental online, you can often find excellent offers and special deals. Be sure to take advantage of their special weekend rates if your visit is only for a short stay. Enterprise also offers discount coupons and promotional codes, which will further reduce their budget-friendly prices even more. If you’re travelling one way, you can arrange to fetch your vehicle at the airport and drop it off at any Enterprise branch that's nearest to your destination. Hire an economy car, and you’re on your way with an affordable car hire that will keep you smiling.
Croatia is a Mediterranean treasure. Its coastline has its share of extraordinary islands and sandy beaches, where you can snorkel and kayak. Gornji Grad and the amphitheatre in Pula are perhaps the most exciting historical sites located outside of Zadar city. Inland, you’ll find Biokovo’s white peaks. The Adriatic Sea will introduce you to the coastal cliffs of Dubrovnik and Rovinj. The neighbouring countries of Slovenia, Montenegro, and Bosnia and Herzegovina, are crammed with enough character and culture to delight everyone. You can also find several rebuilt towns filled with bazaars and mosques. If you’re heading further afield, Italy and Slovenia are a short flight away.
Croatia’s narrow and winding roads do require careful driving, but they’re clean, well maintained, and the driving laws are very straightforward. Zadar’s streets are relatively quiet, so you won’t be bogged down by any traffic jams. The city has plenty of covered lots for parking your car hire in Zadar, though most will require payment. Roadside parking is also available, which you'll find marked with white lines and “P” signs. Zadar’s parking laws for the disabled follow standard EU guidelines. You’ll find the harbour from the northwest, where you can easily take a ferry and explore the surrounding islands.