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There are hundreds of money changers all over Tel Aviv. Most of them charge a relatively small currency spread so there's little point in walking around for comparision unless you're changing thousands of dollars. You can check out the latest cash exchange rates at the Israeli Post website: ] All Postal Offices in Tel Aviv provide money changing services. ...


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When the exchange direction is EUR => non-EUR, there are no consolidated exchange rate sites based in Germany. You have your own bank and the Reisebank to choose from, that's why they invented the Reisebank. Retail banks in Germany are regulated by the Bundesbank and need to follow their guidelines about what retail exchange rates can be offered in small ...


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Basically, EURO IS NOT ACCEPTED IN HUNGARY. -Only SOME larger, tourist-oriented hotels and restaurants accepting euro in favour of tourists, but generally, euro is NOWHERE accepted in hungary. The real economy will usually not accept euro (or any other currency). -If you find something that accepts euro, the price will be 50-150% higher than the price in ...


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It depends what you mean by unusual. If you specifically mean Iranian Rials, I think you're out of luck. There doesn't appear to be any reputable money changers that will change them in Sydney, though I'm not excluding the prospect of finding some small and/or under the table money exchange business handling them in some areas of Sydney with an Iranian ex ...



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