Category: Currency Updates
Currency Updates

Currency in Portugal

Taking a holiday in another country is always an adventure. When planning a trip, it’s always important to understand the currency used in your destination. Over the past months, the TransferGo Blog has published a number of posts concerning currency rules and acceptance in various countries. In this instalment, we look at currency in Portugal. What...

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Currency in Vietnam

Over the past few years Vietnam has become one of the world’s top holiday destinations. There are many reasons why Vietnam’s popularity is on the rise. Here are some tips and tricks for planning a Vietnamese holiday along with information on currency in Vietnam. Vietnamese currency Vietnamese’s unit of currency is the dong (VND). A...

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Currency in Malta

Malta is one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations. The small archipelago features a great climate, three UNESCO World Heritage Sites, lots of recreational areas and a number of megalithic temples. The islands of Malta are also frequently used for film locations, often as a “double” for other countries. The country is one of...

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Currency in Sweden

The holidays are a great time for travelling and Sweden is a great choice for holiday trips. The weather, the scenery and the snow fit the ideal picture for Christmas; plus you have the added bonus of wild reindeer. If a holiday to Sweden is in your future, one of the things you should consider,...

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Currency in Budapest

Budapest is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, a hive for tourists seeking to visit the two halves – Buda and Pest – which are separated by the gorgeous River Danube. For visitors to Budapest, the best advice is to get your forints in the country itself. Budapest is a city with natural...

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Sterling’s rally loses steam as Euro fights back

As the dust from the German election still settles, Euro is fighting back amid political tension rising in Europe. With a controversial referendum having just taken place in the Catalonia region, Spain last Sunday, Euro is looking for stability, while ecodata hasn’t proved that favourable for the Eurozone currency as of lately. Yet, Sterling has...

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