Currency of Croatia – Croatian Kuna

Currency of Croatia is Croatian Kuna

1 Croatian Kuna (Kn) = 100 lipa

Currency of Croatia - Croatian Kuna

In using there is metallic money in use – 2, 5, 10, 20, 50 lipa and 1, 2, 5 kn

and paper banknotes – 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500, 1000 kn

Money can be exchanged at the banks, at exchange offices, at the post office, at the hotel.

Currency of Croatia

Croatian Kuna is considered a stable currency.

Croatian currency rate

The exchange rate of the Croatian Kuna to other world currencies can be found on web of the National Bank of Croatia

Everywhere (except markets, stalls, small cafes) credit cards are accepted: Mastercard, Visa, Diners Club.

Banks work: daily from 8:00 to 19:00, Saturday to 13:00-15:00, Sunday – day off

The word “kuna” means marten, an animal similar to a weasel, for many centuries Croats used marten fur for payment and trade. “Lipa” is translated as a linden tree.

Croatian paper money

When traveling to Croatia, it is best to take a credit card with you instead of traveling with cash.

ATMs can be found in all cities and resorts of Croatia – in banks, shops, airports and other places.

It is easiest to change the “euro” in Croatia, but exchanging another currency will not be too difficult.

Banks in Croatia

Croatian and European banks operating in Croatia

There are bank branches in Croatia:

  • ERSTE bank
  • Raiffaisen BANK
  • Splitska Banka (банковская группа Societe Generale Group)
  • Imex banka
  • Zagrebacka banka (банковская группа UniCredit)
  • Privredna Banka Zagreb (PBZ)
  • Otpbank bank
  • HypoAlpeAdria
  • Hrvatska Postanska Banka

and other smaller banks.

Currency of Croatia - Croatian Kuna