Tourist tax isn’t a new concept, but so far visitors to the UK have narrowly escaped this extra holiday cost. In October last year, some Scottish councils launched discussions to impose an additional
When is the best time to book your holiday extras like airport car parking? Just like getting your travel money and travel insurance arranged, your parking space can be one of those last-minute things
Travelling is on your mind right now, otherwise you wouldn’t be reading this post so you’re probably asking yourself ‘How to save up for a trip?’. One thing for sure is… it
Recent data has shown that card payments have overtaken cash payments in the UK for the first time. However, this is not mirrored across the world and we see many different examples of monetary culture
Have you ever visited a Christmas market in Europe? It’s a fantastic experience; a chance to sample a different culture, different sights, wondeful smells from a variety of food sellers and not to mention
With increasing numbers of holiday currency sites introducing mobile apps, it is far from easy to choose the one that’s best for you. AirgoFX is a new currency supplier that has recently updated
My last series of blog posts looked at the advantages and disadvantages of different payment methods to purchase your holiday money. This drew me to the different prepaid cards charts we have on our site
This is the third of my four part blog post series, where I’ve been looking at different payment methods to exchange currency. In my previous posts, I’ve looked at cash and debit card payments.
Since the banking crisis in 2008 Australia has actually had a pretty strong economy and growth that would have George Osborne on cloud nine, at typically 3% or more for the past four years the Australian
If you live in a tourist area it is really easy to have some really great stuff (attractions, parks and gardens etc.) on your doorstep and then never visit any of them. We live and work in St Ives in Cornwall
Do you need to understand foreign exchange rates? If you travel on a regular basis, either for business or for pleasure, it’s important to have at least a basic grasp of how foreign currency works.
On a recent blog post someone commented that you can donate left over currency to UNICEF. I said then that I would make that a subject of a future blog post and this is the result. My thanks go to Frisqus333