Can You Use American Money In Europe?

Asked By: Logan Clark Date: created: Feb 13 2021

Can I use American dollars in Europe

Answered By: Mason Turner Date: created: Feb 15 2021

In general, exchanging money in Europe is better than doing so in the U.S.; however, having a small amount of local currency in your wallet when you land at the airport makes sense.

Asked By: Julian Rivera Date: created: Feb 19 2021

How much cash should you bring to Europe

Answered By: Logan Sanders Date: created: Feb 20 2021

If you’re in a similar situation, I’d recommend visiting the ATM every few days (or as needed) to take out 100 euros (or 200 as needed) to minimize how much you’re carrying on you. If you have higher fees, I’d limit your cash to 300 euros at one time.

Asked By: Curtis Harris Date: created: Jan 11 2021

How can I carry money in Europe

Answered By: Morgan Coleman Date: created: Jan 13 2021

When you are carrying money, take out enough money for 3 days to 1 week at a time. Only use ATMS at an actual bank. Keep your days spending cash in your throw away wallet. Keep the rest of your money and passport/credit cards and IDs in your money belt next to skin.

Asked By: Raymond Evans Date: created: Jan 23 2021

Is it better to get foreign currency in US or abroad

Answered By: Devin Martin Date: created: Jan 25 2021

The best place to exchange currency after your trip. If not, you can exchange your money at a currency exchange store or kiosk in the airport abroad or in the U.S., even though you likely won’t get the best rate. A kiosk in the airport abroad or in the U.S. likely won’t provide the best rates.”

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