How to get your Euros

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Where could your Euros take you?


  • Austria         
  • Belgium
  • Cyprus
  • Estonia
  • Finland
  • France
  • Germany
  • Greece
  • Ireland
  • Italy
  • Luxembourg
  • Malta
  • Netherlands
  • Portugal
  • Slovakia
  • Slovenia
  • Spain


Euro cheat sheet

How much do I need? 

Since banks will charge you a fee for overseas transactions, it's best to bring a good amount of cash away with you. If you have Euros leftover, you can always exchange them back into Pounds when you get home with our buy back service. 

Prices across Europe vary greatly depending on where you go. 



Euros: €1, €2, €5, €10, €20, €50, €100, €200, €500 

Cents:  1¢, 2¢, 5¢, 10¢, 20¢, 50¢

Did you know? Each Euro note is dedicated to a specific period of architecture throughout Europe. 


Here's what you can expect to pay on average in these European destinations: 





3 course meal for 2  



Inexpensive meal for 1  



Taxi 1km  




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Paris, France













Berlin, Germany













Dublin, Ireland













Rome, Italy













Barcelona, Spain













Vienna, Austria













Tallinn, Estonia













Amsterdam, Netherlands 













Ljubljana, Slovenia













Lisbon, Portugal













Bratislava, Slovakia













Athens, Greece













Helsinki, Finland
















Making your Euros go further

Top money-saving tips for travelling in Europe: 

  • Get your cash in advance: ATMs abroad charge transaction fees and high exchange rates, so it's a good idea to bring plenty of cash away with you. For the cheapest deals, order your travel money in advance with our home delivery or click and collect services.

  • Load your Euros on a prepaid card: if you don't like carrying too much cash, a prepaid travel card is a secure alternative. It works like a debit card in ATMs, shops and restaurants abroad (without the hidden fees), and is linked to an App on your phone for simple topping up and budgeting. 

  • Don't use your debit card: using your debit card abroad is expensive, with high transaction fees and poor exchange rates.

  • Always pay in local currency: if you do use your card abroad, you might be given an option on the card machine to pay in Sterling. To avoid higher fees, always choose to pay in the local currency. 
Buy Back

Leftover Euros?

No problem. We'll buy back any notes you have leftover at excellent rates, leaving you with more cash in your pocket (and a tidier desk drawer).

We will buy back up to GBP300 worth of currency per order, as per our terms and conditions.

To request a buy back, email [email protected] with your order number. 

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