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The Travel Money Guide to Chile’s currency for Australians Chile is one of our favourite jewels in South America. With so much to do like trekking the Patagonian glaciers or Cajon del Maipo, stargazing in Atacama desert, skiing down volcanos, seeing the mystical giant statues on Easter Island and visiting the old town of Santiago. But it isn’t a budget destination and to get the most out of your trip, it’s a good idea to learn everything you can about the local currency and payment options before you go. Want to learn more about the Chile currency and how to […]
The Travel Money Guide to Brazil’s currency for Australians Visiting Rio de Janeiro, San Paulo or the Amazon are all great reasons to travel to Brazil. Whether you are going the beaches of Copacabana or to the extravagant Carnaval, a soccer game in Neo Quimica Arena or taking a boat cruise up the mighty Amazon river, Brazil will have you wanting to return. Part of going to Brazil is getting up to speed on the currency used in Brazil. In this guide learn more about the Brazilian Real and how to get it for the best value. What currency is […]
The Travel Money Guide to Currency in Germany Germany is a popular choice for travellers with Berlin, Munich and the Black Forest toping most lists. Berlin’s has become very cool with its lively nightlife, enthusiasm for arts and fashion. In addition it’s also home to the Brandenburg Gate. Munich is long associated with the international beer festival Oktoberfest. Finally the outstanding beauty of the Black Forest attracts many nature lovers. Make your savings go even further with a few clever choices, including how to exchange currency and pay for things in Germany. This guide helps you get a little more […]
The Travel Money Guide to Currency in Austria Austria is a great country to visit with jaw dropping castles and architectural buildings, like the Schönbrunn palace and the Hofburg palace. Walking the picturesque streets in Vienna, classical music concerts in Salzburg and delicious wine in Wachau. Make your savings go even further with a few clever choices, including how to exchange currency and pay for things in Austria. This guide helps you get a little more savvy in your decision-making by giving you an overview on: The official currency of Austria The pros and cons of using a bank card […]
The Travel Money Guide to Currency in Sri Lanka Sri Lanka, the land of ancient misty hills, rolling tea plantations, jungles, safari plains and a vibrant cultural heritage, is an easy travel destination. Especially in terms of currency – it’s easy to get money if you know everything you can about the local currency and payment options before you go. The official currency of Sri Lanka is the Sri Lanka Rupee (LKR). Buying Rupees outside of Sri Lanka before your trip isn’t advisable because it isn’t a major currency you’re probably not going to get a good rate outside Sri […]
The Travel Money Guide to Currency in Tahiti Tahiti, the Queen of the South Pacific, is the largest in the French Polynesian chain of islands. But it isn’t a budget destination and to get the most out of your trip, it’s a good idea to learn everything you can about the local currency and payment options before you go. The official currency of Tahiti is the CFP Franc (XPF). It’s best to exchange money or use your credit card in Tahiti. If you can’t buy some before your trip, the next best options are Australian Dollars (AUD), US Dollars (USD) […]