Offering a unique combination of stunning landscapes, ancient coastal towns, summertime sun, striking architecture, incredible seafood and glistening beaches, the allure of Croatia is unmistakeable, and we get why it’s your next holiday destination!
Just make sure you pack some kuna’s with you so that you can enjoy magical Dubrovnik, party in Hvar Town or go island hopping.
The exchange rate for the kuna is fixed and tied to the euro, and while some businesses are happy to accept euros as payment, this is not official practice. If you arrive in Croatia from an EU country (or depart to one), there are no restrictions on the amount of HRK or foreign currency you can import or export. But, if you arrive from (or go to) anywhere else in the world, amounts exceeding EUR 10,000 (or the equivalent) must be declared upon arrival or departure.
If you want to get your HRK sorted before your holiday, you can order your foreign exchange at any of our 130+ stores in Australia or order it online and just it pick up instore at your convenience.
1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50 lipa; 1, 2, 5, 25 kn
5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500, 1,000 kn
How do I get my HRK?
Use our conversion rate calculator or click on the button below to order your currency online in a few easy steps.
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Did you know? HRK Currency Facts
- The word “kuna” means “ marten” in Croatian. It is based on the use of marten pelts as units of value during medieval trading
- 1 kuna is subdivided into 100 lipa
- The 5 kn note is no longer in circulation, but it is still legal tender
- In 1994 the kuna replaced the dinar, at a rate of 1:1,000, as the currency of Croatia
- In the Middle Ages, many foreign currencies were used in Croatia, but a local currency has been in use since at least 1018
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