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Padua, Italy
The official currency of Italy is the Euro. Most places accept credit cards, but keeping some cash on you is still a good idea. Also, always ask about the current exchange rates!
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Messina, Italy
Money exchange is best done at official exchange places or banks. Most tourist areas have plenty of options for both, visitors can even look around for the best offer. Be aware that banks are only ope...
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Verona, Italy
Italy is part of the EU and uses the common currency, Euro. ATMs are almost everywhere.
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Bari, Italy
Italy is in the Eurozone. 1 EUR is about 1.37 USD. Always ask about exchange rates!
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Catania, Italy
Most places accept credit cards, but always have some cash at hand, especially coins. Italy uses the EURO.
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Bologna, Italy
The official currency of Italy is the Euro. Most places accept credit cards, but keeping some cash on you is still a good idea. Also, always ask about the current exchange rates!
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Genoa, Italy
Money exchange is best done at official exchange places or banks. Most tourist areas have plenty of options for both, visitors can even look around for the best offer. Be aware that banks are only ope...
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Palermo, Italy
Italy is part of the EU and uses the common currency, Euro. ATMs are almost everywhere.
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Turin, Italy
Italy is in the Eurozone. 1 EUR is about 1.37 USD. Always ask about exchange rates!
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Naples, Italy
Most places accept credit cards, but always have some cash at hand, especially coins. Italy uses the EURO.
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Indianapolis, United States
ATMs are easy to find, they are literally everywhere in the United States. While Americans do love their credit cards, keeping some cash on you can still be a great idea, especially in rural areas.
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Boston, United States
Almost all places accept credits cards in the United States, but having a small amount of cash on you is still advisable.
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