What currency do they have in Croatia?
Well My parents are from Croatia and I speak Croatian too and go their every summer. They use Kuna(s). If you are going there for summer vacation and live in America, on you're way back to America make sure to change your Kuna(s) into dollars in Croatia and not in America because you cant. 6 kunas is one dollar. (a little more) And lipa(s) are like cents in America. I hope I helped.
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Croatia is a country in the South-East of Europe. It is parallel to Italy and it is surrounded by the following countries: Slovenia, Hungary, Bosnia, Montenegro and Serbia
The National Currency in Croatia are Kunas 1 HRK (Croatian kuna) 1 AUD = 4,546775 HRK 1 USD = 4,896738 HRK 1 EUR = 7,284388 HRK In Croatia they use kuna , which is 100 lipa…. It is about 1/8 Euro.
I think the currency isn't euro but kuna
kuna The Kuna. One kuna is approximately 10.5 British pennies.
kunas and 100 lipa=1 kuna
1 HRK (Croatian KUNA) (100 lipa) 1 USD = 4,845846 HRK 1 EUR = 7,264892 hrk
Croats called themselves Hrvati and Croatia is Hrvatska in Croatian. But long before 7th century (it's estimated that's the time when Croats immigrated to today's Croatia)…, there was a region which was named Croatia by Romans. English speaking countries and many other adopted that word... Similar story with Greece which is actually Hellas in Greek.
Kuna and Lipas
No , it uses the Croatian Kuna ( HRK ). Very few countries in the world use somebody else's currency. The countries which use the USD are: United States, Bonaire, …British Indian Ocean Territory, British Virgin Islands, East Timor, Ecuador, El Salvador, Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Palau, Panama, Saba, Sint Eustatius, Turks and Caicos Islands
Croatian no longer uses the Dinar. They now use the Kuna and will soon use the Euro. Today (31, January 2013): 1 USD = .18 HRK (Croatian Kuna)
No. We don't want Euro, so that same thing happens to us like in Greece.
Republic of Yugoslavia (President Tito used to hold all those states together in the Republic of Yugoslavia)
Altough Croatia entered EU we still use our currency HRK ( Hrvatska kuna or shortly kuna) . Euros will come later.