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Money Tips for International Travel

It helps to know about the monetary issues of any country to which you travel. For information about the currency where you plan to travel, about commonly accepted methods of payment, ATM availability, currency conversion (so that you’re using the latest exchange rates when planning your trip) and other useful information, use the drop-down menu to select the country you’re planning to visit.

Additional information about traveling internationally can be obtained online from the U.S. State Department's web site.

Please note, this is not a complete list of all countries to which you might travel, but an overview of those with the most U.S. visitors.
To view money tips, please select a country from the dropdown below and click on the Continue button.
  

 
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