Hungarian Forints

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The Hungarian Forint was introduced as the currency of Hungary in 1946, replacing the Hungarian pengő. The ‘forint’ is the Hungarian equivalent of the ‘florin’, named after the gold coins of Florence struck in the mid-13th century.

We exchange both Forint coins and banknotes, and we also accept withdrawn Hungarian Forint banknotes. This includes older types of Hungarian banknotes that have since been demonetized. Our online exchange service is quick, easy, secure and free of charge.

To convert your leftover Hungarian Forints to cash, select the type of Hungarian Forints you want to exchange: