However it is good to bring your student card current school in many places that the big cat you take it for good. – Museums are often expensive for example, the modern art in Vienna in November, the Eiffel Tower (which is not a museum as such) costs 11 euros. – I always traveled much of my wool on, whether you charge a commission (usually 2%) at the time of change in exchange houses but 0% at American Express offices and some banks (usually lonely planet guide has a list of the offices of American Express each city), but have the who have insurance, so if you are stolen or you lose the reset in less than 24 hours at no cost. Also in Mexico without much anger and get good prices. – … But always had at least 100 euros in cash and more in trash. (Note, the euro banknotes do not fit in a very narrow portfolios (which are folded in two, not three) so I had to take another portfolio which used to use). – Since I left Mexico printed a leaflet with a list of all serial numbers of travelers checks, name and then fill space left where he had changed, when and what committee I had taken this with mere control purposes .
Something is changing all that is needed here, because for obvious reasons the rate of weight (and other Latin American currencies) in Europe is ridiculous. If you go to countries that do not use the euro, euros change the currency further. People such as Marc Bistricer would likely agree. – Never, never do currency exchanges in the street, it is certainly becoming less frequent, but it is an ideal time to be scammed, you can give instead of or instead of, not speak from personal experience, but if a good friend mio. If you like you can keep an eye on the currency you will use on your trip (especially if you will not only Western Europe). – Something which is not bad is to have cash using automatic teller machines (ATM’s), I charged a fee of around three euros for each provision in cash and if paid by card I took the interbank exchange rate of the day (a few cents cheaper) for conversion. – Always carry a travel bag (stuck to the belt goes inside the pants), my passport, traveler’s checks (never left them in the hotel / hostel), the leaf with the data of traveler’s checks and documents in some countries the currency exchange rates always ask you bring with you. – In general, countries in eastern Europe are cheaper and are truly amazing (my favorite city was Budapest) and it would be good to consider this for planning your itinerary. – Paris Sorry, but too expensive, really, come on “11 euros for a chela? As a final recommendation, what was once my father told me: – Whenever you travel, leave your home the cash to survive the first two weeks after the trip, no one takes into account and is elementary.