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How to get your Croatian Kuna

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Where can I use Croatian Kuna?

The Croatian Kuna can only be spent in mainland Croatia and its surrounding islands. Visit UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Dubrovnik or take a boat over to the islands and explore world-renowned beaches such as Zlatni Rat.


How much spending money will I need for Croatia?

The most expensive areas of Croatia tend to be its major cities, such as Dubrovnik and Split. In these places, you can generally expect to pay:

  • 240Kn (£29.85) for a mid-range meal for two
  • 13 to 20Kn (£1.62 to £2.49) for a pint of beer
  • 48Kn (£5.97) for a good quality bottle of wine
  • 50 to 18.50Kn (£0.93 to £2.30) for spirit measures
  • 10 to 25Kn (£1.24 to £3.11) for a coffee
  • 6 to 10Kn (£0.75 to £1.24) per km in a taxi (plus minimum 10Kn fee)
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Useful information about Croatian Kuna

The Croatian Kuna comes in the following denominations:

Kuna notes:

5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200 & 500Kn notes. (1,000Kn are rare.)

Lipa coins:

1, 2, 10, 20 and 50 lipa, plus 1, 2 and 5Kn coins.

Buy Back

Leftover Croatian Kuna?

No problem. We'll buy back Croatian Kunas you have leftover at excellent rates, leaving you with more cash in your pocket (and a tidier desk drawer).


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