Bask in Bulkan Beauty
A couple of Croatian kunas and you’re on your way to visiting one of the most interesting and engaging nations on Earth. Pack your bags, exchange your AUD to HRK, and get ready for an unforgettable getaway.
The seafood and scenery alone would be enough reason to travel to Croatia. Or the island hopping and night-time shopping. Or the Dubrovnik fun and the summertime sun. The list is endless.
But none of it is possible if you don’t bring any Croatian kunas with you (except the sunshine… that’ll still be there). To make it simple, the HRK is tied to the value of the euro, so you may find some businesses are happy to accept euros as payment. But this isn’t a law or even a norm, so it’s best to kuna up!
If you’re arriving from (or about to head to) another European nation, there are no cash restrictions whatsoever – you can carry countless kuna. But from anywhere else in the world, anything over EUR 10,000 (or any equivalent) in cash must be declared on arrival or departure of Croatia.