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Toll charges in Croatia – tourist info for summer 2019

If you are going to drive through Croatia this summer, you are probably going to want to know how much money you are going to spend on tolls.

Toll charges in Croatia – tourist info for summer 2019

You can always avoid tolls and motorways and enjoy the long drive if you're up for it, but if you need to get to your destination as fast as possible, here's where you can check all the tolls you are going to need to pay depending on where you are going.

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Croatian motorways system contains toll gates where tolls will be collected.

You can pay tolls with cash, credit cards, bank cards, and ETC (ELECTRONIC TOLL COLLECTION). Be sure to check everything before you hit the road, and you can get the information on this link, and here as well.

In the image on the right, you can see vehicle categories and on the calculator below you can see prices between two toll stations in Croatia.

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Between any 2 points in Croatia

Most common toll exits and pricelists

If you entered the motorway in Zagreb toll station Lučko, below you can see most commonly used exits during summer and the toll pricelist (ca.), for motor vehicles with two axles, up to 1.90 m high (cars):

  • Zagreb/Lučko > Rijeka – 77,00 HRK; 10,44 EUR; 11,63 USD
  • Zagreb/Lučko > Zadar I – 134,00 HRK; 18,16 EUR; 20,23 USD
  • Zagreb/Lučko > Zadar II – 139,00 HRK; 18,84 EUR; 20,99 USD
  • Zagreb/Lučko > Karlovac – 21,00 HRK; 2,85 EUR; 3,17 USD
  • Zagreb/Lučko > Dugopolje – 200,00 HRK; 27,11 EUR; 30,20 USD
  • Zagreb/Lučko > Šestanovac – 220,00 HRK; 29,82 EUR; 33,22 USD
  • Zagreb/Lučko > Čarapine – 257,00 HRK; 34,83 EUR; 38,80 USD
  • Zagreb/Lučko > Šibenik – 169,00 HRK; 22,91 EUR, 25,52 USD

For example, if you’re going to Plitvice from Zagreb, you will make an exit in Karlovac toll station and pay ca. 2,85 EUR/3,17 USD.

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