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We're (my OH and I) are planning a road trip of Northern Italy, Croatia and Slovenia in September. Croatia is the only one of the 3 countries that does not have the euro. How easy is getting local cash (HRK or Kuna) while there? We will have a Travelcard loaded with euros, but that's not going to be much help at a Croatian ATM. We can get some HRK before leaving home, but we don't want to be carrying too much cash with us; and we can draw out lots of euros before leaving Italy and exchange them for HRK at a local bank once we're over the border. But we'll be in Croatia for 10 days - long before which I imagine we'll need more cash but will have no way of accessing either HRK or euros to exchange for HRK.

We'll have a credit card which we could use for big-ticket items like accommodation (although we'd prefer not to because of fees etc). How do people usually manage in this situation? Thanks in advance...

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