Euros are generally well accepted, but outside the exchange bureaux a more disadvantageous exchange rate is applied. keep in mind that if you exchange your euros for the local currency you'll hardly be allowed to do the contrary (the same happens with other strong currencies such as pounds or dollars) . It happened to me in Croatia, one of the most advanced countries of the ex-Yugoslavia. Some will say that you can exchange your local money back at the border, don't trust them, that's not true. That said, i suggest you to stick to euros.
many places don't accept CC, even in the most touristic spots, and I won't use it lightly too.
- Yamaha XV1600 "Etoile Routière"
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