Pounds (GBP) to Euros (EUR) Currency Exchange Rate

Whatever your plans in Europe, buy your Euros before you go, so you're ready to explore from the moment you arrive.

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Why choose Tesco Bank Travel Money

  • Purchase instantly at our in-store travel money bureaux.Purchase instantly at our in-store travel money bureaux.
  • Free home delivery when you spend £500 or more online.Free home delivery when you spend £500 or more online.
  • Free Click and Collect from our in-store bureaux and selected customer service desks. Free Click and Collect from our in-store bureaux and selected customer service desks.
  • The choice to buy currency and prepaid travel money cards from our in-store travel money bureaux. The choice to buy currency and prepaid travel money cards from our in-store travel money bureaux.

Exchange rates may change throughout the day and will vary depending on whether you are buying in store, online or over the phone.

    Buy Euros online and collect them from selected Tesco stores

    Heading to Europe? Pick up your Euros with the weekly shop.

    If you need to exchange pounds for Euros for your next trip, why not give Click & Collect a try?

    We offer next day collection for many currencies if you order before 1.30pm. You'll get a choice of collection dates when you place your order and these can vary depending on the store. So it's worth checking nearby alternatives if you don't see a date that suits.

        Find a Store to get your Travel Money

        With Click & Collect you can order your travel money online and pick it up from selected Tesco stores near you, or you can buy instantly from an in-store travel money bureau.

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          Spain

          Palma de Mallorca – Spain

          • Mid-range three-course meal for two: €47.50
          • Cappuccino: €2.06
          • 0.5 litre of beer: €2.50
          • Soft drink: €1.87
          • Loaf of fresh white bread (500g): €1.07
          • Taxi Start (Normal Tariff): €4.00
          • Taxi 1km (Normal Tariff): €0.97
          • One-way ticket on local transport: €1.50
          • Litre of petrol: €1.37

          Information sourced from Numbeo.com, March 2021.

            France

            Paris – France

            • Mid-range three-course meal for two: €60.00
            • Cappuccino: €3.67
            • 0.5 litre of beer: €7.00
            • Soft drink: €3.09
            • Loaf of fresh white bread (500g): €1.83
            • Taxi Start (Normal Tariff): €5.00
            • Taxi 1km (Normal Tariff): €1.50
            • One-way ticket on local transport: €1.90
            • Litre of petrol: €1.50

            Information sourced from Numbeo.com, March 2021.

              Italy

              Florence – Italy

              • Mid-range three-course meal for two: €60.00
              • Cappuccino: €1.29
              • 0.5 litre of beer: €5.00
              • Soft drink: €2.36
              • Loaf of fresh white bread (500g): €1.53
              • Taxi Start (Normal Tariff): €3.55
              • Taxi 1km (Normal Tariff): €0.99
              • One-way ticket on local transport: €1.50
              • Litre of petrol: €1.49

              Information sourced from Numbeo.com, March 2021.

                Netherlands

                Amsterdam – Netherlands

                • Mid-range three-course meal for two: €75.00
                • Cappuccino: €3.34
                • 0.5 litre of beer: €5.00
                • Soft drink: €2.71
                • Loaf of fresh white bread (500g): €1.78
                • Taxi Start (Normal Tariff): €5.00
                • Taxi 1km (Normal Tariff): €2.35
                • One-way ticket on local transport: €3.20
                • Litre of petrol: €1.67

                Information sourced from Numbeo.com, March 2021.

                  Ireland

                  Dublin – Ireland

                  • Mid-range three-course meal for two: €69.00
                  • Cappuccino: €3.43
                  • 0.5 litre of beer: €5.50
                  • Soft drink: €1.81
                  • Loaf of fresh white bread (500g): €1.45
                  • Taxi Start (Normal Tariff): €4.00
                  • Taxi 1km (Normal Tariff): €1.50
                  • One-way ticket on local transport: €3.00
                  • Litre of petrol: €1.34

                  Information sourced from Numbeo.com, March 2021.

                    Buy before you fly

                    Benefits of planning ahead

                    It's always a good idea to have some Euros handy for essentials like food, drink, tips and transport when you arrive.

                    Buying your Euros before you head off means you won’t need to worry about finding an ATM while you’re away. You’ll also be able to avoid any additional withdrawal charges.

                    It’s worth remembering that foreign exchange rates can go up and down. When you buy your Euros in advance, you can be sure of the rate you are going to get. Withdrawing cash abroad may not give you the same exchange rate.

                      Get your currency when it’s convenient for you

                      Use Click & Collect and arrange to pick up your Euros as part of your weekly shop, either from a Tesco Travel Money bureau or selected customer service desks. Or, you could try our home delivery service – free on all online orders of £500 or more.

                      Exchange rates can change throughout the day and will vary depending on whether you are buying in store, online or over the phone.

                        Some common questions about the Euro

                        What is the Euro?

                        The Euro is used in a range of European countries. It was created by the European Union in 1999 and launched in 2002, when it replaced the local currencies of most EU member states. So, when you travel to Italy or Spain, you need Euros to spend while you’re there instead of Lira or Peseta.

                          What countries use the Euro?

                          The Euro is used by a wide range of countries, most of them member states of the European Union – although some non-member countries use it too. If you’re travelling to the following countries, you can expect to use Euros:

                          • AustriaAustria
                          • BelgiumBelgium
                          • CroatiaCroatia
                          • CyprusCyprus
                          • EstoniaEstonia
                          • FinlandFinland
                          • FranceFrance
                          • GermanyGermany
                          • GreeceGreece
                          • IrelandIreland
                          • ItalyItaly
                          • LatviaLatvia
                          • LithuaniaLithuania
                          • LuxembourgLuxembourg
                          • MaltaMalta
                          • The NetherlandsThe Netherlands
                          • PortugalPortugal
                          • SlovakiaSlovakia
                          • SloveniaSlovenia
                          • SpainSpain

                          There are also some non-euro member states that have agreed to use the Euro. They are:

                          • AndorraAndorra
                          • MonacoMonaco
                          • San MarinoSan Marino
                          • Vatican CityVatican City
                          What denominations does the Euro come in?

                          Notes come in 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200 and 500 euros. 500-Euro notes are no longer being printed, but existing banknotes remain legal tender and can continue to be used.

                          There are eight denominations of Euro coins: 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50 cents, plus 1 and 2 Euros. Euro coins have a common side (the tail) and a national side (the head), which features country-specific designs. Regardless of the country of design, the coins can be used anywhere the Euro is accepted.

                            What’s on Euro coins and banknotes?

                            Euro coins and banknotes were designed by the European Central Bank to be attractive, secure and user-friendly. They all clearly have the amount of money they represent printed as part of the design.

                            The first series of banknotes was created to celebrate the Ages and styles of Europe and features bridges and buildings that are inspired by European architecture. The second series, called the Europa series, reworked the original designs to include more security features.

                              Looking for a different currency?

                              We sell over 50 currencies. Order online for home delivery or collect from selected Tesco stores.

                              Important information

                              Card fees and cancellations

                              Buying foreign currency using a credit or debit card

                              No matter how you purchase your travel money, whether it be in store, online or over the phone, you will not be charged any card handling fee by us. However, regardless of your card type, your card provider may apply fees, e.g. cash advance fees or other fees, so please check with them before you purchase your travel money.

                                Click & Collect cancellations

                                You can cancel a Click & Collect order any time prior to collection. We'll refund you with the full Sterling amount that you paid for your order, unless you cancel less than 24 hours before your collection date, in which case we'll charge a £10 late cancellation fee.

                                We are unable to refund any fees charged by your card issuer, so please contact them if you have any further queries.

                                  Currency buy back

                                  When you get home, we'll buy your travel money back

                                  Let us turn your unspent holiday money into Pounds. It couldn't be simpler.

                                  Just pop into one of our in-store Travel Money Bureaux when you get home. We buy back all the currencies we sell in most banknote values and also the Multi-currency Cash Passport™. Buy back rates may vary during the day.

                                  It doesn't matter where you bought your travel money, even if it wasn't from a Tesco Travel Money Bureau, we'll still buy it back.

                                  More about currency buy back

                                    Key product information

                                    Tesco Travel Money is provided by Travelex

                                    Tesco Travel Money ordered in store is provided by Travelex Agency Services Limited. Registered No. 04621879. Tesco Travel Money ordered online or by telephone is provided by Travelex Currency Services Limited. Registered No. 03797356. Registered Office for both companies: Worldwide House, Thorpewood, Peterborough, PE3 6SB.

                                    Multi-currency Cash Passport™ prepaid currency card is issued by PrePay Technologies Limited (PPS) pursuant to license by Mastercard International. PPS is an electronic money institution authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority under the Electronic Money Regulations 2011 (FRN:900010) for the issuing of electronic money and payment instruments, with its registered office at Floor 6, 3 Sheldon Square, London, W2 6HY, UK. PPS is registered in England under company number 04008083. Mastercard is a registered trademark, and the circles design is a trademark of Mastercard International Incorporated.