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Beannie

Currency required in Dubrovnik

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Does anyone know if Euros are accepted in Dubrovnik or if credit cards are widely used?  We are doing a Mediterranean cruise in a couple of weeks time and I was wondering if we need to take Kuna?

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When we were last there we did not bother with the local currency and just took Euros. Check to make sure this is acceptable otherwise credit/debit cards can be used. Beutiful place to see. Watch out if you walk the walls as it can be really hot up there. When we did it temperatures exceeded 40 degrees and water is a must. Wear shoes with a good grip as one pax fell and broke her shoulder. Not a good thing to do on holiday.

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Yes, I agree with OWT. The larger 'multi nationals' will accept Euros. Dread to think what the exchange rate would be. Same with plastic. The smaller shops and stalls can only deal with Kuna.

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If you are going to walk the walls you will need either Kuna or a credit card to pay, they won't accept Euro's, most cafe's and restaurants will take Euro's but the exchange rate won't be good, we found one or two gift shops within the walls who wouldn't take Euro's either although they were happy to take a cc.  

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The only time we needed Kunas was to take the local bus. We went into a nearby shop, bought a bottle of water with Euros and got the change in local currency, enough to pay the bus fare. We used a credit card for the walls and had no problem using Euros for other small purchases. The exchange rate was probably not good, but since we spent less than 20€ in total we were not too concerned.

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