This is a general overview of Germany and the Euro (the national currency) that I hope will prove useful to anyone who plans to visit this country.
Converting your currency from your home country to the Euro is one of the most important things to do before you travel to Germany. You can get it in advance at your bank or at the airport at a currency converter table.
Keep in mind that not all airport tables are open 24 hours a day. Don’t be surprised if your currency converts to a smaller denomination than your local currency. The Euro has performed exceptionally well in recent years.
You can also use your ATM card to obtain Euros while you are in Germany. Any bank can provide an ATM. Many banks accept foreign ATM cards, but not all. You will likely see a prompt stating “card not in the network” if your ATM card is declined. The foreign ATM fee can be anywhere from 2 to 4 dollars per transaction, depending on the card provider.
Don’t be dependent on your foreign credit cards. A lot of businesses in Germany do accept American/British/etc. Credit cards are accepted in Germany, but not as many as in your country. VISA, for instance, is accepted at most gas stations, but not in all restaurants.
You should always bring Euro cash with you when traveling in Germany’s economy. Some American based companies/restaurants take U.S. Dollars are, for instance, accepted by all McDonalds restaurants in Germany.
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