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Car hire Dubrovnik
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Dubrovnik is reputed as the Adriatic's jewel, which earned it a UNESCO World Heritage Site recognition. The Croatian city boasts interesting medieval streets, stunning blue seawater, and historical city walls that can all easily be explored by visitors when they book for cheap car hire in Dubrovnik. Most visitors arrive from the Dubrovnik Airport or from Zagreb, Germany, Switzerland, and France via coach.

The historical walls of the city originally surrounded Dubrovnik completely, making them key attractions of the area. Five medieval forts can be found including Fort Revelin and St. John's. The Franciscan Monastery is also another historical venue that should not be missed where southern Europe's oldest pharmacy is housed.

Early Renaissance and late Gothic styles are fused together at the Sponza Palace's design. It dates back to 1516 and it is among the loveliest buildings of Dubrovnik with its impressive stone carvings. Another place that should not be missed is the Rector's Palace that houses the Dubrovnik Museum.

Dubrovnik's old city is pedestrian-friendly and it offers a lot of places where travellers and locals alike can enjoy a vast selection of cuisine that both international and Croatian restaurants are serving. To relax, visitors can also drop by at the marina to enjoy yachting.

The nearby islands from Dubrovnik are worth visiting for a day trip that can be made easier with budget car rental. By availing cheap car hire in Dubrovnik, travellers can see the Kolocep for its dense pine forests, unspoilt beaches, and seaside restaurants. The Peljesac peninsula is also worth seeing for its vineyards where Croatian red wines originate.