Is driving in Croatia easy?
Driving in Croatia is relatively easy as roads – including the motorway system – are of a very good standard. You are unlikely to encounter any problems when driving in Croatia. Even if you do come into some difficulties, most local people will be more than willing to help you.
Where should I stop between Split and Dubrovnik?
The top stops along the way from Split to Dubrovnik (with short detours) are Diocletian's Palace, Old Bridge, and Zlatni Rat Beach Hotel. Other popular stops include Kravice Waterfall, Mljet, and Spanish Fortress.
Is it safe to travel by car in Croatia?
Road safety can be an issue in Croatia, so drive with caution, if you drive at all. There are certain regions in Croatia where unexploded landmines are an ongoing danger. If you find yourself traveling off the beaten path, watch for posted warning signs, avoid ditches and open fields, and don't veer off paved roads.
Right turns on red lights are strictly forbidden in Croatia unless an additional green light (in the shape of an arrow) allows it. At unmarked intersections, right of way is always given to the vehicle entering from the right.
Split is not an exception. It is considered as a safe place, just like Croatia in general, especially compared to some bigger and busiest cities or resorts. We can start with something very obvious - nowhere in Croatia you will see armoured vehicles and soldiers or policemen with rifles around popular spots.
Croatian Driving Rules and Regulations
Drive on the right hand side of the road and over take on the left. Seat belts are mandatory for all occupants of the vehicle. Children under 12 must not sit in the front seat.
With limited exceptions (see the Croatian Government's Ministry of Interior Webpage), travelers must present a PCR or a rapid antigen test (list of acceptable antigen tests) not older than 72 hours (counting from the time of taking the test to arriving at the border crossing point) OR a certificate of vaccination (any
Split to Dubrovnik Ferries. Connects ferry port Split on the Croatian mainland with ferry port Dubrovnik on the Croatian mainland. This ferry route to Dubrovnik is currently served by 2 companies: Jadrolinija and Kapetan Luka. In the high season it runs 3 journeys per day, in total 21 times per week from Split.