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ATM exchange rate

by devilchui

I would like to use ATM machine during my trip to Czech, Hungary and Romania. I have asked the card issue bank about the charge. It's minimal. But I am worrying about the exchange rate. The card issue bank told me that the exchange rate is set by the ATM machine bank. I have the following questions:-

Are the exchange rates of the ATM machines resonable for the captioned countries.

Besides that, are there any other charges?

Is it the same rate as I take Euro to the bank and change it to local currency?

Thanks for your help! Thanks again for your help!

Re: ATM exchange rate

by r13

There are no fees except your bank charges when in Czech Republic (I believe other countries as well).

Exchange rates for ATM operations should be in most cases better than cash exchange. As far as I know the best rate in Czech Republic banks is given by CSOB bank (has many ATMs). Can use to look up the rates and find ATM location.

Re: ATM exchange rate

by devilchui

Thanks r13. I found that the bank is in Terminal 2.

Re: ATM exchange rate

by ViajesdelMundo

We have to rely every day of the year on ATMs to get our money, being expatriates, and the ATM rates are, as I have been advised when previously working inthe financial field, the current day's best banking rate given to consumers.

Re: ATM exchange rate

by devilchui

Thanks ViajesdelMundo!

Re: ATM exchange rate

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Travel Tips for Prague

Walk the city for hours -...

by pattyhirsch

Walk the city for hours - everywhere you turn, you will see amazing architecture and historical sites! Visiting the local galleries - the owners are very friendly and very proud of the Czech artists (as they should be). They will give you more information on the city than any tour!

Food to try in Prague: Trdelnik

by mbsimjam

Called Trdelnik, or Trdlo, this fire roasted doughy treat is made by wrapping a strip of dough around a long pole and rotating it over a fire. once it is golden brown, they finish it with some cinammon sugar and there you go! It is tasty stuff! You can find stands around Old Town selling is available everywhere during holiday seasons like Easter and Christmas. Try it out!

WWII in the city

by bugulma

I have been to Prague during 60-years anniversary of the end of the WWII. There were many celebrations in the different parts of the world. In Prague it was adaptation for city scene of the story of last days of the war when the city was freed. You see I could steal up to Fascist's vehicle and made a photo for Czech Army :-).

Soviet Warplanes and Czech Gliders

by SamDeG

If you like aviation and have time in Prague to take a bit of a daytrip, visit the Letecke airforce museum. Some wonderful examples of Soviet Military Aviation at its giddy cold war heights. (
Afterwards, go take a glider flight at Aeroklub Letnany
They fly over old soviet airbases and will let you take the controls if you ask politely enough. Definitely worth the trip!

The Castle.
OK, so the castle...

by SooBrand

The Castle.
OK, so the castle isn't off the beaten path - at least not until after 5pm.
If you go later in the day, the light is much better, it's not too hot for climbing up the hill, there are no crowds and you can get into the Golden Lane for nothing.

The only reason to go during the day is to get into St Vitus' Cathedral and to see the inside of the palace.

The windows of the cathedral are wonderful (it includes one designed by Alfons Mucha). If you want to photograph them I recommend taking a tripod - we struggled without one.

The cathedral also has a tower that you can climb - it's 287 steps and quite hard work (!) but the views from the top are superb. It also provides a unique perspective because you get to see out to the west of the castle - a view that is blocked from anywhere else in central Prague.


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