AUD to EUR Exchange Rate and more

Travel like a local in the Europe

Are you heading to Paris to grab a Croissant on the lawn of the Eiffel tower or taking in the spectacular sights of the hills of Santorini Greece? Which ever you choose have some Euro Cash in your pocket will be needed to get the best out of your travel money. The EURO is used across the 19 of 28 countries that are a part of the European union, which makes life so much easier when moving across borders. You can easily check the euro exchange rate and use the one conversion throughout your stay.

Use our currency calculator for AUD to EUR in order to help you understand how much things will cost on your holiday, or simply sign up to our Rate Alert and we can send you a notification when your desired rate hits the market. Being the second most traded currency in the world you are best to get your travel budget early and watch for the best exchange rate for your trip.

Who else uses the EURO?

The EURO is the official currency of the European Union, although you will find its also widely used the areas below.

  • EURO is the official currency of (Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, and Spain).
  • Cuba is known to prefer EURO or Great British Pounds in smaller good condition denominations

On a whole EUR is the second most traded currency in the world and should also be in your Plan B for your trip to Europe due to the ability to change  in most destinations.

Notes and Coins

The Euro is divided into 100 cents or commonly referred to as Euro Cents. The coins are issued in denominations of 2, 1, 50c, 20c, 10c, 5, 2c and 1c. A few countries have rounded pricing to the nearest 5cent in order to reduce smaller coins. Notes are issued in 500, 200, 100, 50, 20, 10, 5 and all have their own colour and design, although frowned upon by the European commission it is the practice in some shops to refuse to accept high value notes.

Remember to try and use up all your coins before you return home