Currency in Hungary
Hungary - a very beautiful country,located in the heart of Europe. It is quite a popular place to travel among many tourists. Perhaps traveling here for the first time will wonder which currency in Hungary? The official currency in Hungary is called forint. This currency appeared in circulation in 1946 and replaced the pengos.
Until 1999, the forint was divided into 1 100 fillers,but now there are no fillers in circulation. As in many countries the money in Hungary treated in the form of coins and banknotes. Coins are available in denominations of 5, 10, 20, 50, 100 and 200 forints, and notes of 500, 1,000, 2,000, 5,000, 10,000 and 20,000 forints.
What currency to take to Hungary
This question arises from the tourists, for the first timetraveling to this country. The simplest solution is to bring your euros or dollars. In this case, no problems with the local currency exchange is directly in the country. Of course, you can change the currency before arrival, but you can either refuse to exchange or exchange would be extremely disadvantageous.
Import of currency in Hungary as a whole has no limit, but it should be understood that the import amount in excess of € 3,000, you need to fill in the declaration.
Currency exchange in Hungary
This topic has been touched upon in this article a littlehigher. Once again, you can note that the exchange of its currency to forints before coming to Hungary is extremely unprofitable. With regard to exchange offices in Hungary, there is currency can be exchanged in banks and specialized exchange offices. Also, the exchange can be made at airports, but it is better to refrain from doing or to change a small amount, because exchange is disadvantageous here.
In the city of the same exchange rate approximately the same everywhere, so the bother in choosing the most advantageous exchange office is not worth.
It is also worth mentioning that it is not necessary to take intocountry only cash. You can use credit cards, here are quite popular payment systems VISA and MasterCard. Most ATMs give out cash in HUF. In addition, many goods and services can be paid by credit card.
Why you may need cash
If you are a major means of paymenta map, yet we must not forget about the cash, they are always needed. Cash in Hungary may be required to pay for a taxi, public transport and some shops do not accept credit cards. In addition, in the country a lot of attention paid to the tip should be given a tip of 10% of the total order.