Euro (2007- )
"With the entry into force of the Act introducing the Euro, from 1 January 2007 Slovenia ’s currency became the euro, and euro banknotes and coins became legal tender. Slovenia introduced the euro as the first of the ten countries that joined the EU on 1 May 2004. As of 1 January 2007, the euro became a legal tender in Slovenia, following an irrevocably fixed exchange rate of 1 EUR = 239,640 SIT. From 15 January 2007, only euro banknotes and coins can be paid in Slovenia; until 14 January 2007 there was a dual circulation period, in which tolar bankonotes and coins could be used for cash payments. 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."
SOURCE: BANKA SLOVENIJE