Visiting Italy and needs to know the name of the Italian money unit or just need to know what is the exchange rate for $1000 US dollars in Italian currency?
Use the links on this page to find out more about the local money in Italy, currency symbol, notes and more.
- The official money used in Italy is Euro.
- The currency symbol of the Italian money is €.
- The Italian currency code is EUR.
- The Euro Notes: The Italian currency notes are made up of 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500.
- The Euro Coins: 1 Euro is made up of 100 Cents. Italian Cent Coins go from 1c, 2c, 5c, 10c, 20c, 50c, 1, 2.
What is the best currency to use in Italy? Naturally it is best to convert your currency to Italian money and use the local Euro as it is accepted everywhere in Italy. American dollars and other major currencies like British Pound or Swiss Franc are not readily accepted in most business establishments, however some major hotel chains, restaurants and shops may accept US dollars at an agreed upon exchange rate.
Can I use my credit cards in Italy? Popular credit cards, like Mastercard and Visa, are usually accepted within Italy (at hotels, restaurants, shops, travel agencies etc.). American Express is less common and can attract surcharges if you are able to use in an establishment - hence check before you use it.
What is the exchange rate for Euro to US Dollars?
Foreign exchange rates are often changing and in most cases minute by minute.
Therefore it's important to ask for the the today's currency exchange rate for US Dollar to Italian Euro before purchasing the Euro you need for your up coming trip from American Dollar to Euro Exchange Rate Today.
What is the exchange rate for Euro to British Pound?
Exchange rates for foreign currencies are always changing and in most cases by the minute.
It’s important to check the current money exchange rate for British Pound to Italian Euro before ordering the Euro you need for your next trip at British Pound to Euro Exchange Rate Today.
What is the exchange rate for Euro to Australian Dollars?
Exchange rates for foreign currencies are always changing and in most cases minute by minute.
It’s wise to ask for the the current currency exchange rate for Australian Dollar to Italian Euro before purchasing the Euro you require for your up coming trip at Australian Dollar to Euro Exchange Rate Today.