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Currency in Eastern Europe - Croatia, Bosnia, Albania and more

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Hello,
I have a question on currency in the following countries i.e do they all accept the Euro and can you take Euro out of the ATMs. If so is it better to use the Euro when travelling through these countries on a tour or the local currency. Countries are as follows :

Croatia
Bosnia
Albania
Macedonia
Montenegro
Bulgaria
Slovenia
Turkey

Any advice will be appreciated.

Cheers
Jeff

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