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Kuna vs euro

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Kuna vs euro

Does anyone one know which currency is being used in Croatia now. I understand they went ion the euro recently but that some hotels are still using kuna?

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1. Re: Kuna vs euro

Kuna is accepted everywhere - it's the national currency. Croatia joined the EU in July but it will be a good few years before the Euro arrives. A few top of the range hotels will probably take Euros but they also have to accept Kuna. So take Kuna.

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2. Re: Kuna vs euro

Yes you only need Kuna...

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