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Goldcar launches operations in Croatian hospitality market

Goldcar launches operations in Croatian hospitality market

Goldcar has announced its entry in the Croatian market through the launch of its new offices at Zagreb airport, Dubrovnik and Split.

In addition to these locations, Goldcar has also opened a new office in Greece (Thessaloniki), thereby reinforcing its commitment to the Greek market, where there are already four existing rental points in Athens, Rhodes, Chania and Heraklion.

Goldcar´s expansion into these new enclaves forms part of its expansion plan in the Mediterranean region.

With these openings, the company continues its ambitious plan of globalisation that will continue over the next few months, and 2016 will see the addition of new locations in different destinations of southern Europe.

“We are pleased to incorporate these new offices to our network and to bring Goldcar services to more travellers in new destinations”, points out Juan Carlos Azcona, chief executive, Goldcar.


“Croatia is a key element within our exciting business expansion plan in the Mediterranean basin and offers us significant growth potential, since it is one of the most sought after tourist destinations.”

With 4.2 million inhabitants, Croatia boasts the third highest number of foreign visitors per capita in the European Union.

In 2014, the country received over 13 million international tourists.

For its new rental points in Croatia, Goldcar has facilitated a fleet of around two hundred vehicles comprising a wide range of models with the aim of offering tourists high quality mobility solutions and optimising their travelling experiences.

Customers will be able to opt for either the low cost services of the company or the Premium rental packages through the Rhodium brand.

These four new Goldcar offices join the 69 that the company already has operating in Spain, Italy, Portugal, France, Greece, Malta, Andorra and Morocco, with a total workforce of around 800 and a fleet of over 42,000 vehicles.