The Republic of Croatia is a member of the eurozone since January 1, 2023, which means that the euro (€) is the new official currency and legal tender in Croatia (instead of kunas (HRK).
The euro is the common currency of the European Union and one of the main symbols of European integration. With the introduction of the euro, Croatia became the 20th member state of the euro area.
Fixed conversion rate: 1 € = 7.53450 Croatian kuna (HRK)
In line with a consistent record of exchange-rate stability, the kuna will be exchanged at a conversion rate of 1 euro for 7.53450 Croatian kuna.
Dual display of prices in Croatia, i.e. simultaneous labelling of prices in euros and kunas, is mandatory until 31 December 2023.
From 1 January 2023, cash at ATMs is available exclusively in euros.
Note: until April 2023, only 10- and 20-euro banknotes will be paid out at ATMs.
»» Dual circulation
The two currencies will be used alongside each other for a period of two weeks, until 14th January 2023 (by midnight). When receiving a payment in kunas, the change will be given in euros.
»» Euro coins and notes: europa.eu/euro/euro-coins-and-notes_en
Exchange of former national currency
If you are our regular guests and you still have kuna/HRK with you - don't worry: you can exchange banknotes and coins for euros free of charge throughout 2023, with the use of a fixed rate conversion rate: €1 = HRK 7.53450:
- at bank branches
- Fina offices
- all post offices in Croatia/Hrvatska pošta: posta.hr (in English)
The number of HRK/kuna banknotes and coins that can be exchanged free of charge is limited to a maximum of 100 banknotes and 100 coins. More than 100 kuna banknotes and 100 kuna coins can be exchanged in one transaction, but with a possible fee.
From January 1, 2024, the Hrvatska Narodna Banka - Croatian National Bank (HNB) will exchange kuna banknotes without a time limit, and kuna coins until 31 December 2025.
»» More about the currency (banknotes, coins and replacement of cash)
Croatian National Bank: hnb.hr/en/currency (in English)