My Tips

Hanover, Germany
Germany is in the Eurozone, familiarize yourself with the Euro way in advance so you can avoid confusion!
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Leipzig, Germany
You can find ATMs on almost every corner, but do pay attention to withdraw fees as they vary from bank to bank.
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Dresden, Germany
1 EUR is around 1.35 USD. Check exchange rates and look for the best deal.
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Bremen, Germany
Germany is in the Eurozone, that means when you travel to Bremen, you will have to change some Euros!
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Essen, Germany
Euro is currency in Essen, Germany, with currency exchange available at most banks.
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Dortmund, Germany
Dortmund, just like the rest of Germany uses the Euro.
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Dusseldorf, Germany
ATMs are almost everywhere in Düsseldorf, but check online for the best deals.
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Cologne, Germany
The country is in the Eurozone, with 1 EUR around 1.35 USD.
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Stuttgart, Germany
Germany has the Euro, change currency in advance.
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Hamburg, Germany
Germany uses the Euro, one EUR is about 1.35 USD.
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Hong Kong
ATM withdrawal limit is usually around 250 CNY. Plan ahead!
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Nanjing, China
1 USD is around 6 CNY, bring your calculator!
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Xi'an, China
Almost every ATM has English instructions.
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Wuhan, China
ATMs have English instructions and they are completely safe to use.
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Hangzhou, China
Look for major banks if you are planning on exchaning some money.
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Dongguan, China
The official currency of China is the Chinese Yuan. 1 USD is around 6 CNY.
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Chengdu, China
Exchanging money in China can be tricky, try avoiding street vendors!
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Tianjin, China
The official currency of China is the Renminbi, or chinese Yuan.
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Shenzhen, China
1 USD is around 6 yuans. It takes some time getting used to it!
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Shantou, China
China uses the Renminbi or RMB, sometimes called the Chinese Yuan (CNY).
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Raipur, India
Keep a decent amount of cash in your pocket since ATMs are not always easy to find.
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Bhubaneshwar, India
Don't keep all of your money in your pocket. ATMs can be found but you should plan your budget.
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Kochi, India
Cash is the most often used payment method. ATMs are found in the city.
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Patna, India
Keep some cash with you always. Try to give the exact amount of money when buying something.
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Lucknow, India
Lucknow has a decent amount of ATMs. Keep only the necessary amount of money in your pocket.
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Agra, India
It is recommended to have some cash in your pocket. ATMs are seldom present.
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Jaipur, India
Keep a decent amount of cash with you, just in case.
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Kolkata, India
Don't take all of the cash with you. Use smaller notes in shops and restaurants.
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Hyderabad, India
Don't worry, Hyderabad is equipped with a decent number of ATMs.
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Bangalore, India
As most big cities Bangalore is also well equipped with ATMs so you don't have to bring a lot of cash.
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