Zagreb Currency Guide
Zagreb uses the Croatian Kuna.
In Zagreb, you can find ATMs in the bus and train stations, at the airport and in many places around the city. You’ll also find banks at train stations and bus stations. Most ATMs offer 24-hour access and accept foreign cards. If you plan on withdrawing money or using your credit card while travelling, don’t forget to notify you bank before you go for security purposes and check what international withdrawal fees may apply to your card.
Before you leave home, it's important to convert some of your Australian Dollars into Croatian Kuna to have with you when you arrive. While many places accept a range of credit cards, there are quite a few that don’t, so you should always carry some cash. It’s also handy to have a bit of cash in case you need to go to the toilet – free, clean toilets are rare in Zagreb. Croatian Kuna are available to pre-purchase from Travel Money Oz before you fly.
For large purchases, it’s a good idea to bring a credit card with you on holiday to Zagreb instead of carrying a lot of cash. If you don’t have a credit card, consider a debit card that allows you to access your savings account and the local currency from ATMs and wherever credit cards are accepted.