The Bank of Slovenia does not provide any currency exchange services - with the exception of the replacement of tolar cash.
The tolar was the currency of Slovenia between 8 October 1991 and 31 December 2006. With the entry into force of the Euro Adoption Act, the euro has been Slovenia’s currency since 1 January 2007, when euro banknotes and coins became legal tender.
There was a period of dual circulation until 14 January 2007 (tolar banknotes and coins could also be used for cash payments), after which tolar banknotes and coins could be exchanged for euros free of charge at the Bank of Slovenia.
Payment notes and tolar
Payment notes and tolar banknotes are exchangeable at Bank of Slovenia counters with no time limit, while the final day for exchanging tolar coins was 3 January 2017.
- Tolar to Euro exchange
- Yugoslav dinars can no longer be exchanged.
Worn or damaged euro banknotes
Worn or damaged euro banknotes are replaced by the Bank of Slovenia in accordance with the Regulation on the replacement of worn or damaged euro banknotes.
- Replacement of damaged euro banknotes and coins