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The Low Down on Croatian Currency

Currency:

Croatian Kuna

Currency code:

HRK

Central Bank:

Croatia National Bank

Currency symbol:

kn (kuna)

Currency sub unit:

lp (lipa)

Bank notes:

10 kn, 20 kn, 50 kn, 100 kn, 200 kn, 500 kn

Coins:

5 lp, 10 lp, 20 lp, 50 lp, 1 kn, 2 kn, 5 kn




The official currency of Croatia is the kuna - abbreviated to HRK; and 1 kuna is divided into 100 lipa.



The word ‘kuna’ is Croatian for marten – a weasel-like mammal; and was named as such because of the use of marten pelts as a form of payment in medieval trading. ‘Lipa’ means linden (lime) tree, traditionally planted around marketplaces in Croatia.



The kuna has been in use since 1994 and is issued by the Croatian National Bank. The Croatian Monetary Institute mints the coins, made up of various metals and alloys.

What to spend your Croatian kunas on:

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    Cup of coffee

    10 kn *

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    Local bus ticket

    10 kn *

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    Pair of jeans

    543 kn *

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    Movie ticket

    35 kn *

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    Bottle of local beer

    7 kn *

How many Croatian kunas will I need?**

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Total spending money needed:

  • *A budget
  • *for people for
  • * nights


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Must-sees in Croatia

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  • Dubrovnik
  • Whether you’re wandering the city walls of the old town, sunbathing on the Adriatic, or enjoying the local fare down a charming alley, it’s hard not to be inspired by Dubrovnik’s ancient charm.
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  • Mljet Island
  • One of Croatia’s larger Adriatic islands, Mljet is a densely forested oasis. Arguably the most beautiful isle in the region, it boasts breath-taking inland salt lakes and an untouched quality rare to the area.
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  • Split
  • A true mix of tradition and modernity, Split is a buzzing city packed with restaurants and bars set among ancient walls and the fortress-like Unesco World Heritage site, Diocletian’s Palace.

Buying Croatian Kunas Online is Easy

Simply order your kuna online to lock in the rate, then choose to collect at your local store or at the airport before you fly.

  • 1. Click the ‘Buy Kuna Now’ button below
  • And tell us how much you need for your trip.

  • 2. Choose where to get it
  • Collect your currency from 33 Travelex stores.

  • 3. Pay online
  • Simply pay using either your debit card (recommended) or credit card and you’re all set!

Prefer to Buy in Store?

Prefer to Buy in Store?

If buying online is not your thing, visit your nearest Travelex store around and one of our friendly sales consultants will help you organise your kunas for your trip to Croatia.

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*Rates are subject to change throughout the day. In-store rates vary compared to online.

**The figures provided are indicative only and are there to provide an idea of the amount of travel money you may need during your trip.

^^Based on mid-market and Travelex Online AUD to FX exchange rates as of the date of the relevant social media post and/or email communication. Rates are subject to change throughout the day. Any rates and savings are quoted as a guide only.

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