On Mon, Apr 14, 2014 at 11:37 AM, Peter Czanik firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Anyway, thanks, it has most of the info I need, except if I need the local currency or I can use Euros.
ATMs in Croatia will give out Kuna. Every time I've been in Croatia, I've had to carry Kuna. Hotels and such will sometimes take Euros (I usually pay the credit card there though) but it's best to assume you will need Kuna (roughly 7.60 Kuna to the Euro right now).
Assuming you've got a standard EU bank card, you only need to find an ATM once you arrive - at the airport, or just after you cross the border from Slovenia, Hungary etc. (assuming you're coming from a country to the north). On the land borders, there is usually an ATM within a kilometer or two... and there's several ATMs at the airport - this map shows where they are (all in a row by the exit): http://edit.pandopad.com/airport/dubrovnik/web_edition/index_eng.html