Croatian Kuna

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Pile of mixed denomination Croation kuna banknotes available at travel money bureaux

Whether you’re exploring the stunning Plitvice Lakes by boat or hitting the strip in Hvar, you’ll need some holiday cash before touching down in beautiful Croatia.

With Asda Travel Money, buying Croatian Kuna has never been easier. Head to your local store for competitive exchange rates or visit us online to have your cash delivered direct to your door.


Should I Buy Croatian Kuna Before I Leave?

It's a good idea to arrive in Croatia with your holiday cash already sorted. This way, you'll avoid ATM transaction fees and costly international exchange rates at the airport.

Most Croatian ATMs charge a flat fee of around 20 kuna for card users who aren’t customers of the bank that owns the machine.

Note that on top of foreign transaction fees, your home bank may also charge a fee or percentage of the transaction. These fees vary depending on your bank, so contact them before your trip to avoid any unexpected charges.

The maximum withdrawal amount at ATMs varies from bank to bank. Typically, you can expect to get up to 2000 kuna at a time from most machines.


Is Croatia Expensive?

Despite being more expensive than its neighbouring countries, Croatia is extremely good value for what you get.

  1. Can I use Euros in Croatia?

    Not with locals, but with certain hotels, train stations and restaurants

    Despite joining the EU in 2013, Kuna is still Croatia’s main currency and there are no confirmed plans to adopt the Euro any time soon.

Croatian Coins & Banknotes


It’s a good idea to have a basic understanding of the local currency before you go to Croatia. Here’s what you need to know:


Croatian Coins

The Kuna is divided into 100 lipa. Croatian coins come in denominations of 1, 2, 5,10, 20, 50 lipa, and 1, 2 and 5 kuna.

Croatian coins are notoriously difficult to identify because apart from the bronze 5 and 10 lipas, they’re all silver.


Banknotes in Croatia

Croatian banknotes come in denominations of 1000, 500, 200, 100, 50, 20, 10 and 5. They’re hard to miss with their brightly coloured designs and detailed drawings of Croatia’s famous landmarks.

The 1000 kuna notes are extremely rare and you should avoid the 500 kuna notes as they’re hard to change at most shops and restaurants.

Three reasons to love Asda Travel Money:

  • 1. Exchange Rate Guarantee

    If you find a better exchange rate within 5 miles of one of our travel money bureau, we’ll beat it with our Price Promise.

  • 2. We Buy Back Your Travel Money

    Stop by our travel money bureau and we’ll buy back your unused travel money. Even if you didn’t buy your travel currency from us, we’ll exchange it back commission free.

    Our Buy Back Guarantee lets you sell back your Croatian Kuna at the same rate for just £4.99

  • 3. Same Day Travel Money Service

    Left it till the last minute? Don’t worry, simply swing by one of our travel money bureaux and take advantage of our same day travel money on popular currencies, subject to availability.

Before you jet off across Europe, remember to grab your holiday money at Asda