What is the best currency to take to Turkey?

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The unit of Turkish money is the Turkish Lira and Euros are the best foreign currencies to use in Turkey. Dollars are also good and UK pounds sterling are accepted in some places.
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leria defo. get them to quote in leria aswell. btw dont change until the rate is at least 2.50L to the £. and another thing, you need £10 per person for a visa to get
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Convenience You can exchange currency in a variety of places. Your local bank can accept foreign currencies when you return home (paper, not coins) and convert it to dollars for you
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It doesn't really matter what currency to bring as both euro and lira are accepted everywhere. Beer costs 2$ in a supermarket, 3-5$ in bars. Meal for two will cost you 25-50$. It
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To clarify, merchants cannot accept different currencies in a single merchant account with a single gateway. For example, merchants cannot settle in British Pounds on a US merchant
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In Turkey there are no restrictions on the import of local or foreign currency. Cash can usually be exchanged commission free in bureaux de change, banks or hotels. You can carry the form of currency that is easily accessible to you.
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