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Driving and Parking in Croatia

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Driving and Parking in Croatia

Is it easy to drive in Croatia?

We are planning to drive from Zagreb to Plitvice Lakes, then on to Zadar, Sibenik, Trogir and Split.

Another route would be from Dubrovnik to Split via Hvar. I noticed that you have to cross the Bosnia-Herzegovina border on the way from Dubrovnik. Do we need any special papers or visas?

Also, is it easy to find car parking spaces in all these towns?

Thank you.

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1. Re: Driving and Parking in Croatia

You don't need anything but passport to cross border. Driving through Croatia should be easy but you could have problems with parking in towns, especially Dubrovnik and Trogir. Make sure to choose accommodations with thier own private parking place.

County Donegal...
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2. Re: Driving and Parking in Croatia

I think that citizens of Thailand don't need a visa to enter Croatia but do require one to enter BiH.Not sure whether you'll need a visa if just passing through BiH en route to Croatia.Maybe check with your local BiH consulate in Thailand

Ely, Minnesota
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3. Re: Driving and Parking in Croatia

I think the driving part is easy enough in Croatia but the parking situation in most cities is very very poor and you might find yourself driving around awhile just to find a place to park.

4. Re: Driving and Parking in Croatia

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