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Currency

Wigan
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Currency

I'm going on a 5 day tour of Northern India, followed by 11 days at the Dona Sylvia in late Feb. Can anyone advice which currency/travellers cheques are best? Been told dollars were good, but just read that they're no longer accepted at major sights due to fall in rate. Is it easy tochange travellers cheques in India/Goa? Any help would be appreciated.

chippenham, wilts
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797 posts
2 reviews
1. Re: Currency

Hello,

open a nationwide flex-account, business interest rates and no charge for withdrawls abroad. ATM machines aplenty.

steve

London
Destination Expert
for Goa
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37 reviews
2. Re: Currency

Have never had any problems with sterling TCs either. It's easy to change them at hotels and banks but there are ATMs in most major towns as well.

Redditch, United...
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3. Re: Currency

If your'e taking cash i would take sterling you get a better rate than the $

Wigan
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4. Re: Currency

Thanks everyone, looking forward to the holiday.....

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