Euros In Croatia – What Currency To Use In Croatia 2023

Great news for all European guests! As Croatia is a member of the European Union, starting January 1, 2023, Croatia stopped using Croatian Kuna and adopted the use of the Euro. So if you are planning to travel for then, keep that in mind. Prices in Croatia are displayed in Euro and Kuna, which started in the summer of 2022, but you must pay for things in only Euro from Jan 14.

The fixed conversion rate of Kuna to Euro is established at 1.00 EUR = 7.53450 HRK.

Now that we have adopted the Euro, there will be a period of dual circulation until January 14th. During this period, it will be possible to pay in cash in both Kuna and Euro, while any balance will be returned to you in Euro. Since sailing season starts beginning of April, Euro will be adopted by then.