These are general details about Germany and its currency (Euro), which I hope will be helpful to anyone considering a trip.
You will first need to convert your country’s currency to the Euro when you plan your trip to Germany. It is possible to get your currency converted at the German airport or in your local bank before you leave.
Don’t forget to bring cash with you when you convert currency at an airport table. Most aren’t open 24/7. It is not unusual for the converted currency to be less than your local currency. In recent years, the Euro has been performing exceptionally well.
An alternative way to get Euros while abroad is to use an ATM card. Any bank will have an ATM. Some banks will accept foreign ATM cards. The screen will display a “card incompatible network” prompt if your ATM cards are rejected. Foreign ATM charges can vary from 2-4 dollars depending on which card provider.
You don’t have to rely on your foreign credit card. A lot of businesses in Germany do accept American/British/etc. Although credit cards are accepted in some countries, there is not nearly as many in Germany as in your home country. VISA is accepted at most gas stations and a small number of restaurants.
It is a good idea that you bring Euro cash whenever you visit Germany. Some American based companies/restaurants take U.S. Dollars, such as the American Dollars that all McDonalds locations in Germany accept, are American Dollars.
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