I will be travelling to Germany and the Czech Republic for 3 weeks this summer. I know I need to get Euros for Germany and Czech Crowns for the trip. I will buy some currency before I go to bring on the trip. However, how much would you recommend that I bring of each currency? I don't want to bring a large amount, in case it is stolen or lost, but do want to bring enough so I don't have to go to an ATM for a few days. Suggestions? Also, what about the denominations? In some places, it is better to have small bills (for a variety of reasons), and in others, it is not necessary. Would appreciate some advice!
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Currency for Germany and Czech
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