Europe Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

  • Announcement:
  • Recent Spam Attacks
    by mkataoka Fodor's Editor | Posted on Nov 28, 16 at 01:31 PM
View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 Budapest in December 2017
  2. 2 릴게임오리지널신천지 ≪ 접속주소 :≫vtk15.com≪
  3. 3 Another tipping question: concierges
  4. 4 릴게임오리지널신천지 ≪ 접속주소 :≫vtk15.com≪
  5. 5 6-7 Days in France
  6. 6 Help!! 2 week Europe trip with 6 year old daughter in December!!
  7. 7 Spain in July
  8. 8 릴게임오리지널신천지 ≪ 접속주소 :≫vtk15.com≪
  9. 9 5 Days in Switzerland
  10. 10 Paris + Amsterdam: where to stay
  11. 11 Trip Report We're here!
  12. 12 Korean Messages
  13. 13 Car hire with driver in Istanbul
  14. 14 Scotland-Looking for itinerary advice for 9 day trip
  15. 15 Ronda: cheap parking, where to find?
  16. 16 Urgent- Pleaseee HELP - Spain, Italy or France for Xmass and New years
  17. 17 Acropolis Athens
  18. 18 Places to visit during a semester in Spain
  19. 19 Trip Ideas
  20. 20 London: Flaming June and Pirates of Penzeance!
  21. 21 Trip Report Six Nights (and days) in the Marais
  22. 22 Barcelona - How much Gaudi?
  23. 23 Gorges du Tarn, accommodation & Activity recommendations
  24. 24 Fodors IT team, ITS TIME.
  25. 25 Interesting places to visit
View next 25 » Back to the top

Cash, ATMs and Credit Cards in Scotland

Jump to last reply

Want to double check our cash - credit card - ATM strategy in Scotland with you.
We got 100 British pounds from our bank in the States, and will carry some American dollars. During our layover in London, we're planning to get more pounds from an ATM. We will use Capital 1 credit cards wherever we can to avoid foreign transaction fees,but also plan to have enough cash to pay for gas & food if we have to. Our ATM cards have 4 digit PINs. Is there anything we need to consider? Is there any reason to get Scottish pounds?
(I apologize if I haven't used the correct terms for currency.)

Thanks for your advice.

21 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement