Can You Use The Euro In London?

Asked By: David Barnes Date: created: Feb 17 2021

Can you pay with euro in London

Answered By: Gilbert Flores Date: created: Feb 20 2021

No. The currency used in London is pounds. A few places may take euros, but they will give very poor exchange rates. Take a debit card and get pounds out of ATMs.

Asked By: Wallace Jones Date: created: Jan 11 2022

Do they accept euros in the UK

Answered By: Bernard Smith Date: created: Jan 14 2022

The United Kingdom, while part of the European Union, does not use the euro as a common currency. The UK has kept the British Pound because the government has determined the euro does not meet five critical tests that would be necessary to use it.

Asked By: Peter Hayes Date: created: Jan 25 2021

What currency is used in London

Answered By: Jonathan Wilson Date: created: Jan 26 2021


Asked By: Brandon Carter Date: created: Nov 30 2021

Can you use US dollars in London

Answered By: Oswald Coleman Date: created: Dec 01 2021

The currency in the UK is the pound sterling. You won’t be able to use dollars. It is as easy to spend US dollars in London as it is to spend sterling in New York. Change your money or use an ATM to withdraw cash.

Asked By: Hugh Bennett Date: created: Oct 08 2021

Should you get euros before going to Europe

Answered By: Dylan Gonzalez Date: created: Oct 09 2021

no need. In most cases for Americans heading off to major European destinations, my answer is to just say “no” to buying euros in advance in the States. Unless you have a great bank that doesn’t charge for the service — and gives real exchange rates, not lousy inflated rates — those euros will be overpriced.

Asked By: James Parker Date: created: Dec 29 2020

Do Mcdonalds take euros

Answered By: Dennis Harris Date: created: Dec 30 2020

McDonald’s Accepts Foreign Currency to Celebrate Worldwide Favorites Menu Debut in the U.S. We’re taking any amount of foreign currency customers may have in exchange for one of the items from the new Worldwide Favorites menu. Have an extra Euro laying around?

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