The Koruna has been the official currency of the Czech Republic since 1993 when Czechoslovakia was split into the Czech Republic and Slovakia. The koruna was once divided into 100 haler (just like our cents) but hal coins have been out of use since 2008. So if anything has haler included in the price, it’ll be rounded to the nearest koruna. As a member of the EU, the Czech Republic is legally-bound to adopt the use of the euro in the future. The planned transition of the koruna to the euro was set for 2010, but was postponed due to low popularity, with only 16% of Czech Republic citizens favouring the introduction of the euro. The denominations for Czech banknotes are 100Kč, 200Kč, 500 Kč, 1,000Kč, 2,000Kč, 5,000Kč. The denominations for Czech coins are 1Kč, 2Kč, 5Kč, 10Kč, 20Kč, 50Kč.
Bottle of Water: 20 Kč
Beer: 35 Kč
Cappuccino: 47 Kč
Meal at a restaurant: 140.00 Kč