Croatian Kuna

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The Croatian Kuna was introduced as the currency of the Republic of Croatia in 1994, replacing the Croatian Dinar at a ratio of 1000 dinar to 1 kuna. The word ‘kuna’ means ‘marten’ in Croatian. The origin lies in the use of marten pelts as units of value in medieval trading. The name ‘kuna’ has no relation to the Slavic currencies called ‘koruna’.

We exchange both Kuna coins and banknotes, and we accept withdrawn Croatian Kuna banknotes. Our online exchange service is quick, easy, secure and free of charge.

To convert your leftover Croatian Kuna to cash, select the type of Croatian Kuna you want to exchange: