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Send Money to Italy

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Need to transfer currency to Italy?

If you're sending money to Italy over the Internet, you'll find that currency exchange brokers have the most competitive exchange rates for transfers in euros. Below are the live interbank exchange rates for sending money to bank accounts in Italy.

Compare Exchange Rates When Sending Money to Italy bank account

UK to Italy 1 British Pound = 1.193 Euros Send Money to Italy from UK
India to Italy 1 Indian Rupee = 0.014 Euros Send Money to Italy from India
Australia to Italy 1 Australian Dollar = 0.679 Euros Send Money to Italy from Australia
Canada to Italy 1 Canadian Dollar = 0.69 Euros Send Money to Italy from Canada
New Zealand to Italy 1 New Zealand Dollar = 0.641 Euros Send Money to Italy from New Zealand
USA to Italy 1 Us Dollar = 0.909 Euros Send Money to Italy from USA
South Africa to Italy 1 South African Rand = 0.064 Euros Send Money to Italy from South Africa
Thailand to Italy 1 Thai Baht = 0.026 Euros Send Money to Italy from Thailand
Turkey to Italy 1 Turkish Lira = 0.3 Euros Send Money to Italy from Turkey
UAE to Italy 1 United Arab Emirates Dirham = 0.248 Euros Send Money to Italy from UAE
China to Italy 1 Chinese Yuan = 0.136 Euros Send Money to Italy from China
Switzerland to Italy 1 Swiss Franc = 0.915 Euros Send Money to Italy from Switzerland
Sweden to Italy 1 Swedish Krona = 0.105 Euros Send Money to Italy from Sweden
Russian Federation to Italy 1 Russian Rouble = 0.014 Euros Send Money to Italy from Russian Federation
Norway to Italy 1 Norwegian Krone = 0.106 Euros Send Money to Italy from Norway
Mexico to Italy 1 Mexican Peso = 0.048 Euros Send Money to Italy from Mexico

What's The Cheaptest Way to Transfer Money to Italy?

When reviewing the options for sending money to another country, you’ll notice that the amount you actually get when converting one currency into another can vary widely. Foreign exchange brokers can save you up to 5% compared to high street banks, whether you're making regular overseas mortgage payments or larger one-off transactions. Why? Because they usually secure you the best exchange rates and, unlike high street banks, don't tend to charge a fee.

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