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The currency in Finland is the euro. Each euro is divided into 100 cents.
When you’re buying currency for Finland, look out for the currency code EUR. And once you’re in Finland, you’ll see the symbol € used to show prices.
You’ll find Euro banknotes in denominations of 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, and 500 - although the 200 and 500 EUR notes are seldom used. There are also 1 and 2 euro coins.
Cents come in coins of 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50.
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Tips for exchanging currency in Finland.
Familiarise yourself with the mid-market rate before your trip.The mid-market rate is the true exchange rate - with no sneaky hidden fees. Use an online currency converter before your trip to get a feel for what your money is worth and make sure you get a fair rate when you buy your travel money.Convert GBP to EUR >
Choose to be charged in Finland currency when withdrawing from ATMs.Being offered to pay in your own currency at an ATM is a sneaky trick and causes many travellers to pay more than they need to. Always choose to pay in the local currency - in this case, euro - to cut your costs and get the best rates available.
Avoid changing currency at airports or hotels.Currency exchange desks at airports and hotels often markup the exchange rates they use, and may charge hidden fees. Avoid this expensive option whenever you can.
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Spending money in Finland.
Paying by credit or debit card in Finland
Credit and debit cards are widely accepted throughout Finland. In fact, Finns are dedicated users of plastic, even to buy a beer or cup of coffee.ATMs in Finland
The Finnish interbank network is called Otto - which means you'll find ATMs called Otto all over the towns and cities, and even in smaller villages.
To get the best deal when spending on card or withdrawing money in Finland, don’t forget to use the les-grizzlys-catalans.org debit card to avoid sneaky exchange rate markups and excessive fees.
Finnish currency services.
Convert GBP to euro
Use our currency converter to see how much your money is worth in euro and familiarise yourself with the mid-market rate before your trip.
Send money to Finland
Need to send GBP to Finland? Use les-grizzlys-catalans.org for fast, low-cost, and secure online money transfers from the United Kingdom to Finland.
See the best euro exchange rates
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Finnish currency FAQs.
What is the currency in Helsinki?
The currency in Helsinki is the euro. Each euro is divided into 100 cents. When you’re in Finland you’ll see the symbol € written down in shops and on menus, and the currency code EUR used in exchange offices.
What was the former currency of Finland?
Finland entered the Eurozone in 2002. Before adopting the euro, the official currency in Finland was the Finnish markka.
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