Currencies in Brazil
Money of Brazil estimated the Brazilian real,and 1 real equals 100 centavos. Despite the widespread dollar and euro over the world, the reality is often riveting public attention, worthy of holding their mark on the international financial market. Aversa all modern banknotes decorated with the image of the "Republic" of sculpture, and reverse to the specified nominal value of the currency reflects the various countries of fauna: jaguars, egrets, turtles and other animals.
To date, to pay for goods or services in Brazil can be the following monetary units:
- Banknotes reais;
- Commemorative coins of common metal;
- Commemorative coins from precious metals.
Brief history of money circulation in Brazil
As you know, the realities of Brazil's interesting enoughso that they were brought into use recently on human history States standards - in the entire 1994 year. The military and the post-war period from 1942 to the day of occurrence of the currency, the country experienced severe hyperinflation and the complete depreciation of the existing money over 7 sharp drop in their value. And though the world crisis has not passed in vain for Brazil, she was able to successfully overcome it, releasing a brand new bill, which has taken its place in the global economy.
Each bill is distinguished by its design, whichnecessarily includes the image of an animal, made in bright colors. As for the coins, they also decorated with respect to its nominal value. Commemorative coins (both common and precious metals), especially for the inhabitants of the country and the rest are less common, but are not less valuable. Coins of this type in 1 real different from the rest of the original design, thanks to which they are often a significant part of the collection of those who are interested in coins.
Currency Exchange in Brazil
If you decide to visit quite popularcountry among the rest - you need to know what currency to take to Brazil. In that case, if you do not have time to acquire the necessary currency units, you can always use the services of the bank for the exchange of the currency, which you have in stock. Especially popular are the dollars and euros due to its prevalence in the world.
Bank branches are open from 10.00 to 15.00-16.30 Monday to Friday and are ready to provide their services on currency exchange in Brazil. exchange offices located at airports are usually open round the clock and seven days a week. An alternative are numerous post offices, and even some shops.