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Croatian Kuna (HRK) exchange rate




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The Croatian Kuna is the official currency of Croatia.
Notes: 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500, 1000 kuna
Coins: 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50 lipa and 1, 2, 5, 25 kuna
Subunit: lipa
Code: HRK
Symbol: kn

More Info: National Bank of Croatia

If you are going to visit Dubrovnik or any other city of Croatia you will need to exchange your Euros to Croatian Kuna. In Eurochange you can buy your Croatian Kunas at the best price and with total availability. Buy them now online or find the nearest exchange office with the service to buy currencies.


Croatian Kuna

The Kuna is the legal tender currency in Croatia. Its ISO 4217 code is HRK and the symbol kn is used to mark prices. Each Kuna is divided into 100 lipa.

History of the Croatian currency

In medieval times, marten skins (a mammal similar to the badger or the weasel inhabiting the Croatian woods) were used as exchange units. In 1994, after the disintegration of Yugoslavia, the Kuna, which in Croatian means marten, began to be minted making reference to this traditional use of animal skins to make transactions.

Kuna Croatian notes and coins

Croatian Kuna notes are 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500 and 1,000 Kunas. On the obverse of the banknotes appear relevant characters of the history, independence and culture of Croatia and on the reverse appear images of different relevant monuments of the country.

On the 5 Kuna note appear on the front Petar Zrinski and Fran Krsto Frankopan (both members of two powerful families of nobles and involved in the Conjuration of the Magnates that sought to end the absolutism of the Hasburg) and on the reverse appear the plane and facade of the Varaždin Castle.

On the obverse of the 10 Kuna note  appears Juraj Dobrila (Bishop of Istria who influenced major political and social changes in Croatia fighting for equality and rights) and on the reverse appears the amphitheater of Pula and a map of the town of Motovun.

In the 20 Kuna one appears on the obverse Josip Jelačić (prominent army general who proclaimed the independence of Croatia from the Hungarian government and was a strong protector of Croatian rights) and on the back appears the Castle of Count Eltz in Vukovar.

On the 50 Kunas note  appears on the obverse Ivan Gundulić (renowned baroque poet who embodied in one of his most famous works his utopian Renaissance influences of the ideal state) and on the back the Old City of Dubrovnik and the Rector's Palace.

On the front of the 100 Kuna note appears Ivan Mažuranić (poet, linguist, lawyer and politician who promoted changes in political, judicial and educational administration as well as the foundation of the University of Zagreb) and on the reverse side the facade and the map of the Church of San Vid in Rijeka.

In the 200 Kunas one there is Stjepan Radić (founder of the Croatian Peasant Peoples Party in 1904 with a very prominent political career) on the obverse and, on the reverse side, Osijek's headquarters, the Monument to the Holy Trinity and a map of the old fortress.

Marko Marulić (Croatian poet, representative of European Christian humanism and Renaissance epic) appears on the front of the 500’ note on the obverse, and on the back is the Diocletian's Palace in Split and the figure of a Croatian governor who is in the baptismal font inside the Palace.

In the one of 1,000 it appears in the obverse Kunas Ante Starčević (politician and publicist that established the bases of the modern and independent Croatian state and is considered, for that reason, one of the fathers of the nation) and in the reverse the Monument to the first Croatian King (Tomislav)  located in Zagreb and the front facade of the Zagreb Cathedral.


Croatian Kuna banknotes in circulation

The coins of Croatian Kuna are 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50 Lipas and 1, 2, 5 and 25 Kuna. In the Croatian coins, animals and plants of the region can be seen.

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How many Croatian Kunas should I take on my trip to Croatia?

If you are organising a trip to Croatia and do not know how many Kunas to take with you, we are the ones to help you. Our customers usually exchange about 400 Euros into Croatian Kunas. In order to make an approximate calculation of the money you are going to take on your trip, you must take into account whether you will have to pay for hotels, rental cars, excursions or entrance fees, or whether you will only have the most common expenses of the day, such as food, transport or shopping.