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.
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:
The Croatian kuna came into circulation in 1994, replacing the Yugoslav dinar after the country declared its independence. One kuna equates to 100 lipa.
The current exchange rate for the Croatian kuna (HRK) is roughly £0.12 for every 1Kn, though this is subject to change. You can review the current rates here.
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.
No problem. We'll buy back any notes you have leftover at excellent rates, leaving you with more cash in your pocket (and a tidier desk drawer).
We will buy back up to GBP300 worth of currency per order, as per our terms and conditions.
To request a buy back, email [email protected] with your order number.
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