I am planning to buy currency for my trip. I have read that Croatia's currency is the 'Kuna' and although not part of the EU I have noticed many of the accommodations advertise in Euro. Should I plan to take a combination of currency or will I be fine with just Euro?
Kuna, Euro or both for currency in Croatia
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