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A week after, I'll be going on a central Europe tour of Budapest-Prague-Vienna. This is the first time I'm travelling abroad, and as a new graduate I'm on a rather tight budget in case of shopping costs. I know Austria uses euros, but Czech republic and Hungary use their respective currencies also.
Will using Czech crown (koruna) and forint be more profitable then using euros? If so, will 100 euros to koruna and 100 euros to forint exchange cover the cost of;
- Lunch and dinner + tips (breakfast is covered by the hotels)
- A cup of coffee or beer
- Around 6-7 souvenirs (magnets, snow globes, key chains, etc.)
I'll be spending 1 and a half days in Budapest and Prague.