Buying Croatian Kuna online means you can place your order when it suits you, whether you’re at home, at work or on the go
Travel Money – Croatian Kuna Exchange Rate
British Pound to Croatian Kuna
From Zagreb and Zadar to Dubrovnik and the Dalmatian Coast, Croatia has some of the dreamiest destinations in the world.
So whether you’re going on a city break or beach holiday, buy your Croatian Kuna beforehand so you can soak up the sunshine straight away.
Check the exchange rate with our currency converter.
Why buy Croatian Kuna from us?
- Better rates for Nectar members*
- 0% commission on all foreign currencies
- Order online for collection at an instore bureau
- FREE home delivery on cash orders of £500 or more**
Croatian Kuna converter – how much will I get?
Check out our rates below for an idea of how many Croatian Kuna to the Pound you could get. Or use our online currency converter to get an exact calculation.
Rates may vary depending on whether you buy in store or online.
Where to buy Croatian Kuna
Can I change Croatian Kuna to Pounds?
Didn’t spend as much holiday money as expected? You don’t have to splash the cash in the airport coming home, we’ll happily exchange your Croatian Kuna notes to GBP.
We buy back most foreign currency notes in denominations we sell (buy back rates vary daily). Simply bring it to one of our in store bureaux.
Are you a Nectar member?
If you’re a Nectar member, we’ll give you an even better rate for Croatian Kuna*.
Whether you order Croatian Kuna in store or online, all you need to do is tell us your Nectar card number.
Not a Nectar member? No problem. Just download the Nectar app or register at nectar.com.
Useful information about the Croatian Kuna
Facts and figures
- The Kuna is the official currency of Croatia
- The currency code is HRK and the currency symbol is kn
- One Kuna is divided into 100 lipas (Note that we don’t sell or buy coins)
- Croatia is one of the nine EU countries that doesn’t use the Euro – but is hoping to adopt the Euro by 2023
The cost of visiting Croatia
While parts of Croatia are fairly expensive, especially Dubrovnik, your pound could stretch further than you think.
In fact, one of The Telegraph’s stand-out reasons for visiting Croatia is its value for money. Its extensive guide to the best things to see and do in Croatia reckons you can get:
- A beer for a couple of pounds (unless you’re in one of the trendiest bars in glitzy Hvar Town)
- Dinner for two, including wine, at a good restaurant in Split for less than £50
Skyscanner also recommends Split as one of the best budget-friendly destinations, with a half-litre of beer starting at just 15kn.
Top Croatian attractions
From city walls and cobbled lanes to iconic World Heritage sites, Croatia is jam-packed with history and culture.
To help you work out your holiday money, we’ve done some digging on the admission fees of Lonely Planet’s top attractions in Croatia:
- Cathedral of St Domnius, Split: cathedral/belfry 35/20kn
- City Walls and Forts, Dubrovnik: 200kn for adults
- Diocletian’s Palace, Split: Free to walk through the palace, but separate fees to enter the cathedral, crypt, treasury and baptistery
- Euphrasian Basilica, Poreč: 40kn for adults and 20kn for children
- Roman Amphitheatre, Pula: 50kn for adults and 25kn for children and students
Top tip, buying your ticket in advance can save you money, and time spent waiting in the queue. Not sure how much these attractions will cost in Pounds? Check out our currency converter to get a Croatian Kuna to Pounds conversion.
(Figures taken from lonelyplanet.com in February 2021.)
Need a different currency?
We have over 50 currencies available at our Sainsbury's Bank Travel Money Bureaux. Or if you don’t want to carry cash while you’re travelling, a prepaid travel card could be your best option.
With our Sainsbury's Bank Multi-currency Cash Passport™ Mastercard®, you can carry up to 10 currencies every time you travel. Simply pre-load your card and top it up when you need it.
Travel tools and guides for your trip
No matter where you’re heading in Croatia, our go-to travel guides are here to help.
Check out the answers to our customers’ most common questions about travel money.
*Nectar members receive better exchange rates on single purchase transactions of all available foreign currencies. Excludes travel money card home delivery orders and online reloads. Exchange rates may vary depending on whether you buy in store and online.
You need to tell us your Nectar card number at the time of your transaction. No cash alternative is available. We reserve the right to change or cancel this offer without notice.
**You can order currency for a secure home delivery by 1pm on the day of your choice by Royal Mail (Mon- Sat). For next day delivery your order needs to be confirmed before 1.30pm (Mon- Fri). Please note that whilst Royal Mail make every effort to delivery on schedule, we cannot guarantee this as it is beyond our control. Highlands and Islands (including Channel Islands) are not guaranteed next day delivery. Delivery is free on all cash orders £500 or more (£4.99 for orders between £100 and £499.99). The minimum order for home delivery is £100. The delivery day quoted is dependent on the order day being a working day; if one of those days is a public holiday then additional day(s) will be added accordingly. All home delivery orders are sent via Royal Mail Special Delivery, unless we advise you otherwise, to your billing address, and a signature will be required upon delivery. A valid telephone number is required for home delivery.
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