Discussion in 'Croatia' started by unkle77, Mar 6, 2014.
The official currency of Croatia was the Kuna, but as the joined the EU in July 2013 it is the euro. I haven't been there since 2012 so i do not whether you can still use Kunas. I bet Croatia will be even more expensive now they've joined the euros...what a pity
You will pay a commission of about 3% in most instances plus the exchange rate fee at most exchange offices. I would only suggest exchanging money at a hotel in case of emergency because the exchange rate is terrible.
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