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From January 1st 2007 Slovenia has been using Euro as official currency. Before Euro it was Tolar. ATMs are literally everywhere and you shouldn`t have problems finding one. Credit cards are widely accepted.

Currency and Costs

You can exchange travelling cheques or cash from your currency to Euro in almost any bank or post office.

Prices of goods in Slovenia are generally higher than in Hungary and Croatia and lower than in Italy and Austria.

Don`t forget to take a receipt after your payment.  By the law you have to keep it until you exit a shop, hotel, restaurant. However, there is higher possibility  you win a lottery ticket than being stopped, checked and fined, if you`re find without it. It is just  that the laws are sometimes the way they are – funny and super impractical. 

If it happens, don`t say  we didn`t warn you ;).

Credit Cards

Credit and debit cards like Visa, MasterCard or American Express are widely accepted by all the tourist attractions, hotels, restaurants. However, you can still find some small bars or shops that deal with cash only.