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The popularity of Croatia as a tourist destination is rising rapidly, and it’s no wonder. This beautiful Eastern European country on the Adriatic Coast offers diverse scenery of beaches, forests and mountains, with the Dinaric Alps crossing the country. Croatia also has a long history and thriving cultural scene to explore. Hiring a coach or minivan in Croatia is an ideal to see this spectacular country in comfort.
Croatia is a democratic republic with a population of approximately 4.25 million, whose language is Croatian, and their currency is the Croatian kuna. The head of state is the President, whose offices are based at the Presidential Palace in the capital, Zagreb; although she doesn’t actually live in the building. The Croatian Parliament is also based in Zagreb, at a Baroque-style building in St Mark’s Square, within the historic Upper Town.
Croatia is well served with airports; Franjo Tudman Airport in Zagreb is the busiest, followed by Dubrovnik, then Split. Hiring a bus in Croatia with Rent A Bus ensures you stress-free transports from the airport straight to your accommodation in the town or city where you are staying. It’s the perfect start to your vacation; you and your traveling companions can sit back and relax in your air-conditioned minivan or coach as we drive, allowing you to take in the sights.
When you hire a coach or minivan in Croatia from Rent A Bus, you have the option of your own personalized sightseeing tour. An experienced, professional tour guide will join you for the day and show you round the main sights of the area, using their local knowledge to introduce you to many places of interest.
The capital, Zagreb, contains many historical attractions, particularly within the medieval Upper Town known as the Gornji Grad. Zagreb Cathedral is located here, a Gothic masterpiece dating back to the 12th Century, which is Croatia’s tallest building. The city is also renowned for its museums. Of particular interest are the Zagreb City Museum, which details the cultural, artistic and political history of the city from prehistoric times to the present day; and the innovative Museum of Broken Relationships, which houses items donated by former couples from all over the world.
Dubrovnik is famous for its huge stone Old City Walls, which were built in the 10th Century. Walking the walls offers beautiful views across the city, and outwards to the Adriatic Sea. The Old City is also famous for its towers and forts, and you can sample some local fare at one of the many cafes and restaurants at the Stradun.
Zadar is predominantly known for its Roman Forum, dating back to the 3rd Century; the city contains an impressive amount of Roman ruins. These sit alongside modern architecture such as the Sea Organ and Sun Salutation, two pieces of art on the seafront that harness the power of the sun and the sea to provide a stunning light and sound show.
Close to here is the Plitvice Lakes National Park, an area of outstanding natural beauty containing forestry, caves and 16 lakes interconnected by spectacular waterfalls.
Unlike many countries, the nightlife in Croatia isn’t mainly centered in the capital. Split is particularly famous for its nightclubs, while the bars of Hvar Town are popular with all ages. During the summer months, Zrce Beach on Pag Island offers a dance music scene to rival Ibiza, with DJs spinning 24 hours a day.
Hiring a bus in Croatia from Rent A Bus means that you will never have to worry about how to get home after a night out. We can arrange to meet you at a time and place of your choosing, and take you safely straight back to your accommodation.
Rent A Bus offers you and your travel companions the perfect way to see all the highlights of Croatia in a modern, air-conditioned coach or minivan, taking care of all your transport needs from the beginning to the end of your vacation.
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