Collision damage waiver and theft protection are insurance options that cover renters from paying high penalty fees if the car is stolen or returned damaged. Some Dubrovnik car providers already include Collision Damage Waiver (CDW) and Theft Protection Waiver into the rental price but not all of them. We recommend always be aware of your coverage when renting a car in in Dubrovnik.
Keep in mind that car hire excess insurances often have a deductible clause, which is the amount you’ll have to pay if something happens during the time of your rental. If you want to avoid unwanted surprises, you should consider adding a no-deductible option to your Dubrovnik car rental.
Some car hire companies in Dubrovnik which have updated their car rental health and safety policies due to COVID-19 to make sure vehicles are clean and disinfected include Alamo, Enterprise and Thrifty
On average a hire car in Dubrovnik costs $69 per day.
Based on ratings and reviews from real users on KAYAK, the best car hire company in Dubrovnik is Sixt (7.1, 66 reviews).
The average price of fuel in Dubrovnik is $8.60 per litre over the past 30 days. Filling up a tank of fuel costs between $103 and $138, depending on the car size.
Car hire companies that offer shuttle or pick-up services from Dubrovnik airport to off-airport locations include Sixt, CarWiz, GREEN MOTION, Unirent, Goldcar Rental SP, Alamo, Enterprise, keddy by Europcar, ADDCAR RENTAL and Avantcar.
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A Mini car hire in Dubrovnik costs $69 per day, on average.
In Dubrovnik, cars are most frequently hired at Sixt Airport Dubrovnik, Cilipi (15 km from city centre ).
On average hiring a car in Dubrovnik costs $483 per week ($69 per day).
On average a car hire in Dubrovnik costs $2,068 per month ($69 per day).
As the city has very narrow parts, a small economy car is advised when cruising through the city. For more space and road grip, opt for an SUV or minivan, while those who want to get the most out of the beautiful Croatian sunshine might prefer a convertible.
All speed limits are given in km/h in Croatia and are indicated with posted signs on the right side of the road. General restrictions dictate 50 km/h (31 mph) inside the city, 80 km/h (49 mph) outside built-up areas, and 110 km/h (68 mph) on main and rural roads. On freeways, up to 130 km/h (80 mph) is permitted.
The average price per liter lies at 9 Kuna, which is about $5.64 per gallon. Petrolprices in Europe are generally more expensive and can fluctuate during the day. Usually, prices are the lowest between 9 and 12 am before rocketing up in the afternoon. Credit cards are taken in most major stations like Shell.
Parking spaces are metered outside the city walls (driving inside the walls is not permitted), and tickets need to be bought with the exact amount of coins. Alternatively, tickets can also be issued by the hotel reception, corner shops, or with your mobile phone. Rates depend on the parking zone, so check on the signs for which zone you are in. There are also parking garages available like the Ilijina Glavica or the free parking lot in Babin Kuk, from which a bus takes 20 minutes to get to the Old Town.