The Croatian Parliament passed the law on the adoption of the euro as legal tender on 13 May 2022.
The euro is expected to be introduced in Croatia on 1 January 2023.
As of 5 September 2022, through 2023, prices would be displayed both in kuna (local currency) and in euro.
Next year there will be no cost for exchanging kuna cash for euro, which will be done in banks, post offices, and the Financial Agency. Citizens will be able to exchange kuna bills for euro in the central bank indefinitely.
Impact on investors: For information purposes only – euro is expected to be introduced in Croatia on 1 January 2023.