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- Currency exchange - Fodors Travel Talk Forums
3 Once in Europe, you can check 'currency exchanges' for daily rates Learn the difference between 'buy' and 'sell' rates 4 Avoid airport and hotel exchanges, they usual have the most costly
- Favorable exchange rate $ to € - Rick Steves Travel Forum
Using an ATM from a bank with a good exchange policy will get you the interbank rate and little to no fee The difference in the rate between $1 30 and $1 40 is about 7-8% So you'd spend 5-10% to save 7-8%
- currency exchange, cell phone usage. . - Rick Steves Travel . . .
Currency exchange will cost you a lot of extra in their exchange rates The best bet is to use ATMs, just like you do in the US Be sure to decline them billing you in US dollars as again they do not give you a favorable rate Have it billed in the native currency, euros in Paris and Belgium and pounds in London
- foreign currency exchange before travel - FlyerTalk
The default rate they offer is around 2-2 5% below market rate, and after negotiating it's typically 1 6% below market rate + an additional service transaction fee ATMs are in a similar range Exchanging cash at a bank forex dealer is never going to be a good deal
- Countries With the Most Favorable Exchange Rates . . .
Very recently, the exchange rate for this currency was 64 43 to $1 USD Mark this popular international destination on your map Australia is also one of the top destination get-aways with favorable exchange rates
- More Countries With a Favorable Currency Exchange Rate for . . .
More Countries With a Favorable Currency Exchange Rate for the US Dollar The crisis has resulted in prices for many dinners falling to around $10 USD and hotels being available from $15 to $30 USD per day, and a luxurious night in Greece may cost just about $50-$75 dollars whereas other European countries would be much more expensive
- What is an Exchange Rate and What Does It Indicate?
In travel, the exchange rate is defined by how much money, or the amount of a foreign currency, that you can buy with one US dollar The exchange rate defines how many pesos, euros, or baht you can get for one US dollar (or what the equivalent of one dollar will buy in another country)