What is important to know if I am booking a stay in Croatia?

Plan your trip ahead. High season usually means that city locations like Split and Dubrovnik are overcrowded and overbooked. However, there are tons of great locations for explorers like Gorski Kotar or islands. Free camping is not legal in Croatia, so if you plan to sleep under the stars and safe environment, make sure that your little private camp is well hidden. A valid option worth mentioning is official campsites. Mostly located along the coastline, should you feel tired and in need of rest, there are plenty to choose from without booking ahead.

But have in mind, it is always good to be prepared at least with a tent.

What kind of documents do I need to rent a motorcycle in Croatia?

What kind of payment methods with MotoGS Rental Croatia are available?

What do I need to pay before renting a motorcycle?

Can I reduce the deposit for motorcycle rental liability insurance to EUR 0.

What kind of equipment is included in my rental price?

Is there a minimum of booking days applied?

How do I get from my hotel or Split Airport to the rental store and back?

Is my non-EU driver’s license valid for renting a motorcycle in Croatia?

What in case of motorcycle damage?

Crossing the borders e.g., to Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Albania, Rumania and Montenegro and so on

Is it mandatory to wear a safety vest while riding in Croatia?

What are the speed limit regulations for riding motorcycles or driving a car in Croatia?

Do you have to pay tolls on motorways?

What about alcohol limit regulations in Croatia, regarding riding a motorbike or driving a car?

Crossing borders. What countries can I ride the motorcycle in?

Can I take my rented motorcycle on a ferry?

What is important to know if I am booking a stay in Croatia?

What about parking fees and free parking in Croatia?