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Enjoy your road trip with a campervan rental in Croatia
Blessed with seemingly endless coastline, Croatia has become a hugely popular campervan holiday destination. Not only can you wile away the days sunbathing by the ocean, but you can also explore the rich history of this diverse country. Go hiking one day, visit a museum the next and then go island-hopping with one of the many cruise operators. Croatia really has it all, which you can experience with a campervan hire from GoSee!
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Campervan hire Croatia: Frequently asked questions
Is Croatia campervan friendly?
Thanks to highways and well-maintained roads, Croatia is very campervan friendly. There are also many easy to find campsites, ranging from the basic to those with lots of on-site facilities. Motorways are identifiable by an 'A' followed by two numbers, while state roads will have the letter 'D' and country roads the letter 'Z' followed by four numbers. Remember to keep to the right, wear your seatbelt and obey the speed limit (in KM/H) and you'll have no problem driving your campervan in Croatia!
How much does it cost to rent a camper in Europe?
The cost to hire a campervan in Europe is dependent on a lot of things, including where in Europe you are travelling, the time of year, fleet availability and extras that you may need, such as snow tires. The best way to find out the cost is to use GoSee's powerful search engine by choosing your pick-up and drop-off destinations and your travel dates and then clicking search. You can then sort the results by price to understand the lowest and highest prices you can pay.
Can you sleep anywhere in a campervan in Europe?
When it comes to sleeping overnight in your campervan in Europe, different countries have different rules. Generally, there are designated sleeping areas, including campsites with basic facilities and others with everything you could possibly need. There are also aires, which are parking areas that motorhome users can park in for free or a small fee. There is an etiquette to using aires, so we suggest you read up on them before you go. You also can't book aires, so be aware that you may have to wait to get into one.
Another option is wild camping (parking anywhere), which some countries allow and others don't. If you are interested in this option you'll want to be fully aware of the rules before you try it, as it won't be worth the risk if you run into any issues with local enforcement agencies.