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Do ATM's charge?

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Hey :) So I hope this question makes sense...
I am traveling to Europe this summer and trying to figure out whether to take my debit/credit card from my local bank (It is a VERY small bank, but it is also a VISA card) or to get an actual credit card (Since I'm only 19, I do not already have one and doubt I would get a very good rate.) If I get the actual credit card, I would have my parents pay my bill at the end of each month, since I will be gone for 2 months.

BUT I asked my bank, and they said they have no foreign transaction fee and only a $2 ATM fee, but they had no idea if the ATM itself would charge me. Since I have never withdrawn money even in the states from an ATM, I also have no idea... I am hoping one of you out there does...

Thank you :)
-Emm

Oh, and I am visiting Ireland, England, Italy, and France

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