What are the options when it comes to making online payments to Greece? You could use a high street bank, but the best exchange rates are with currency exchange brokers. Find below the live interbank exchange rates for sending money to Greece bank accounts:
|1 British Pound = 1.169 Euros||Send Money to Greece from UK|
|1 Indian Rupee = 0.013 Euros||Send Money to Greece from India|
|1 Australian Dollar = 0.675 Euros||Send Money to Greece from Australia|
|1 Canadian Dollar = 0.686 Euros||Send Money to Greece from Canada|
|1 New Zealand Dollar = 0.647 Euros||Send Money to Greece from New Zealand|
|1 Us Dollar = 0.886 Euros||Send Money to Greece from USA|
|1 South African Rand = 0.062 Euros||Send Money to Greece from South Africa|
|1 Thai Baht = 0.026 Euros||Send Money to Greece from Thailand|
|1 Turkish Lira = 0.302 Euros||Send Money to Greece from Turkey|
|1 United Arab Emirates Dirham = 0.241 Euros||Send Money to Greece from UAE|
|1 Chinese Yuan = 0.133 Euros||Send Money to Greece from China|
|1 Swiss Franc = 0.916 Euros||Send Money to Greece from Switzerland|
|1 Swedish Krona = 0.105 Euros||Send Money to Greece from Sweden|
|1 Russian Rouble = 0.014 Euros||Send Money to Greece from Russian Federation|
|1 Norwegian Krone = 0.108 Euros||Send Money to Greece from Norway|
|1 Mexican Peso = 0.048 Euros||Send Money to Greece from Mexico|
It can be up 5% cheaper to use a foreign exchange broker to convert your home currency into euros, compared with a high street bank. This is because currency brokers don't generally charge fees and tend to get the best exchange rate. This applies both when sending regular overseas mortgage payments and making larger one-off transactions.
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