Take the State Road D-1 (Karlovac-Slunj-Plitvička jezera-Korenica-Udbina-Gračac-Knin-Split), which is one of the main international traffic arteries.
If you are coming from Istria or the Croatian Littoral, we suggest you take the State Road D-52 (Korenica-Vrhovine-Otočac), or D-25 (Korenica-Gospić-Karlobag).
Traffic rules and regulations
All foreign nationals must have a valid driving licence and some type of car insurance. Croatia drives on the right side of the road.
Maximum posted speed limit for passenger vehicles in Croatia is set at 90 - 130 km per hour on motorway and three-lane two-way road, 40 - 50 km per hour on village streets and 80 km per hour outside the corporate limits of a city or village . Maximum posted speed limit for vehicles towing trailers is set at 80 km per hour.
All occupants are required to wear a properly adjusted and fastened seat belt. Lights must be switched on for the entire day. Using a cell phone is not allowed during driving, only wireless hands free talking is allowed during driving .
The legal limit on blood alcohol in Croatia is 0.5 g per litre of blood. Croatian Automobile Club for help on the road is available 24 hours a day, please call 987. Emergency road services must be paid for with cash or through National Automobile Club of your country.
Petrol stations are open from 6.00 a.m. to 9.00 p.m.; in bigger village some are open 24 hours a day. The motorways in Croatia are toll-roads. Road-toll is also applied to the Učka Tunnel and Bridge of Krk.
More information on road-tolls, bridge tolls, tickets, situation on the road, fuel prices and traffic in Croatia is available at the official websites of the Croatian Automobile Club and Croatian Motorways or call +385 1 464 08 00.
Bus service runs along the State Road D-1 and Motorway A-1. It is recommended to check out bus schedules and ticket prices before travelling, please contact the customer services team of the appropriate bus carrier using the details below. You can also serch for bus lines on Vollo or Omio.