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Order between £400 and £2,500 and get a better rate the more you spend
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If you're going to Prague or the Czech Republic, you've come to the right place for your travel money
Prague rivals Paris for its beauty, and London for its heritage, but it beats both cities for its prices. So it's hardly surprising that it's proving so popular with tourists. If you've been lured by its attractions, or want to explore the Czech Republic's beauty further afield, you've come to the right place for your Czech currency.
We offer one of the best rates that you'll find anywhere. Just click and order before 3pm on a working day to get next working day delivery to your door or your nearest branch.
Buy your Korunas online and you'll get an even better rate
You get the best rates if your order your Czech currency online. Even better, the more Korunas you buy the better your rate.
Nothing to pay for commission
When you buy your Czech Korunas with us, we don't ask you for a penny - or a Czech Haléř - in commission.
Have your Korunas delivered at home
If you prefer, you can choose to have your Czech currency delivered directly to your door. If you order before 3pm on a working day your money will arrive the next working day by Royal Mail Special Delivery Guaranteed® by 1pm. Home delivery orders of £500 or over are free delivery, or for orders under £500 there is a small delivery charge of £4.99. We can also deliver on a Saturday for a £1.50 charge, as long as you order by 3pm on Friday.
If you don't spend all your Korunas, we'll buy them back
There's no need to keep hold of any unspent Korunas when you return home. We'll buy them back with zero commission when you show us the receipt.
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Some notes about Korunas
Since the Czech Republic was established in 1993 its official currency has been Korunas (abbreviated as Kč) sometimes also referred to as Czech crowns.
Notes come in 100, 200, 500, 1,000, 2,000 and 5,000 denominations. There are also 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50 coins.
ATMs often give you the highest value notes, so you may have to ask a bank to exchange them for something smaller.
By Czech law, service is included when you're eating out, but a tip is not included. If you are in Prague, waiters expect you to tip about 10% of your bill, so make sure you have some lower denomination notes or coins with you.
Our mobile apps lets you see what you're spending, wherever you are
Check your holiday spending, convert local prices into pounds and order travel money with our free smartphone apps. There are three handy apps to download for iOS and Android: Travel Essentials, Travel Money Card Plus and Currency Converter. You can also download an instant currency converter for your Apple Watch.
How far will your Czech Koruna go?
We can get you more Korunas for your pound, but how quickly will they go down when you arrive To help you find out, we've looked at the price of drinks, food, visiting the local attractions and other holiday essentials in the Prague and the Czech Republic.
City Costs data relates to exchange rates on 10 March 2016. Prices are supplied by National and Regional Tourist Offices of participating countries.
Use our Travel Barometer to compare the costs in over 30 other European locations.
Is it a good time to buy Korunas?
Our Historical Exchange Rate tool shows you how rates compare over time. So if you're not about to go on holiday to the Czech Republic straightaway, you can work out the best time to buy your currency.
Let's get packing
We can help you sort out your suitcase as well as your money. Here are some tips to carry more in your luggage, and avoid excess baggage fees.