How Croatia now has to get ready for the euro
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How Croatia now has to get ready for the euro

As of today, “double price display” applies in Croatia: All goods must be labeled in Kuna and Euros before the Euro is officially introduced on January 1st.

In Croatia, the countdown to the changeover to the euro is on: the introduction of this currency will take place on January 1, 2023, in less than four months.

It is exchanged at a rate of one Euro to just over seven Kuna.

As of today, double price display applies in Croatia, which means that all goods must be labeled in the national currency Kuna and in Euros. The dual pricing obligation applies to retailers and other service providers, including restaurants, cafes and hotels.