VAT Rates in Europe

Updated on July 20, 2022

Value Added Tax Rates (VAT) and Purchase Requirements (MPR)

Austria’s VAT Standard Rate* Minimum in Local Currency is 20% €75.01

Twenty-one percent of €50 in Belgium

250 BGN for 20 percent of Bulgaria

740 HRK (25%) of Croatia

2 001 CZK for the Czech Republic, 21%

300 Danish Krone (25 percent)

Estonia contributes 20% of €38.01

Twenty-four percent of the €40

Twenty percent (France) €175.01

19% in Germany; €25

20 percent of the £30 comes from the UK.

Greece has a 24 percent tax on the €50.

Hungary

Nearly two-thirds of the 54,001 HUF population

Iceland

Almost a quarter of the population (11 percent on food and books)

At least six thousand ISK.

the European Union’s 23%

Italy is responsible for 22% of the €155 in total.

In Latvia, 21% of the €44

Lithuania’s tax rate is 21 percent.

Luxemburg 17% of €74

Malta 18 percent of €100

Twenty-one percent of the €50

Percentage of Norway 315 NOK

200 PLN, or 23 percent, of Poland

23 percent of the €61.35 in Portugal

20% of the Romanian National Offset

Slovakia has a 20% tax on every €100 in the country.

Twenty-two percent of €50.01

Spain 21% €90.16

100 Swedish kronor (25 percent)

300 CHF for Switzerland’s 8%

Fifteen-eighty-eight percent Turkey

In the EU, member countries decide the standard VAT rates, which might change. If you have to pay processing costs, your refund may be less than the amount shown.