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Croatia, euro or kuna?

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feltcarrot Thu 28-Jul-16 17:21:26

Going to Zadar in Croatia next week and wondering whether to take euro or kuna or both, we usually put most things on c/card but will need cash for ice creams, coffees etc. Anyone been recently and have advice would be appreciated, thank you!

knowittoowell Fri 29-Jul-16 02:16:19

Take kunas definitely, many places like restaurants still don't take cards and those that do, don't always offer a good exchange rate.
Exchange rate for Euros in touristy places is between 7.25 - 7.30 kunas for 1 euro, so I'm sure you'd be much better off bringing kunas with you.

whattodowiththepoo Fri 29-Jul-16 02:49:35

We went cycling in Croatia and took a shit load of kuna, it was extremely useful having lots of 20 kuna notes.

lovelybangers Tue 02-Aug-16 11:06:52


When I was there no where ever suggested that I pay in euros?

whataboutbob Tue 02-Aug-16 14:32:54

I'm going to Dubrovnik (arrive Friday leave Sunday) and one of the islands in 2 weeks. Are we agreed I'm better off buying Kunas before I go? And can anyone recommend a good place to buy them?
Thank you

GinandJag Sun 07-Aug-16 15:43:36


GinandJag Sun 07-Aug-16 15:44:33

We got our Kuna from an ATM.

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