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Germany

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Actual exchange rates

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EUR - Euro Member Countries
AUD
0.6456
BGN
0.5119
BRL
0.1477
CAD
0.6552
CHF
0.9026
CNY
0.1283
CZK
0.0382
DKK
0.1345
EUR
1.0000
GBP
1.1568
HKD
0.1070
HRK
0.1319
HUF
0.0027
IDR
0.0001
ILS
0.2511
INR
0.0114
JPY
0.0078
KRW
0.0007
MXN
0.0396
MYR
0.2047
NOK
0.0974
NZD
0.6009
PHP
0.0171
PLN
0.2200
RON
0.2051
RUB
0.0112
SEK
0.0984
SGD
0.6227
THB
0.0273
TRY
0.1113
USD
0.8301
ZAR
0.0549

Money in Germany (notes and coins)

Germanys legal tender is called Euro (EUR).
1 Euro = 100 cent.

Coins in circulation:
1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50 cent
€1 and €2

Notes in circulation:
€5, €10, €20, €50, €100, €200 and €500.

European Central Bank

Currency exchange

You can exchange almost everywhere, in big cities and small towns. You can use an ATM machine or visit a bank, currency exchange counter in town or at a hotel reception desk.

Also using your credit/debit card at the cashpoint/ATM (Bankomat) will give you a good exchange rate. Be aware that many banks charge for this service. ATMs offer service in English so you won’t have any problems with withdrawing money.

Try to avoid changing money at the airport on arrival as the rates are not favorable. If you do not have an ATM card, then change the minimum to get you into town and then change the rest there.

Social media links

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Top 10 popular hashtags on our sites:

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More popular hashtags are:

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