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Going to Greece this year? Grexit threat

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Given the continuing failure of talks regarding Greek debt the Dutch government is recommending that Dutch holidaymakers to Greece take a lot of cash with them, rather than relying on ATMs.
Since there is now a very real chance of a Grexit there could be a bank run, which would make it almost impossible for tourists to get cash.
So, counter to the normal good advice to use ATMs in Europe for cash if you are planning to visit Greece it may be better to get your Euro ahead of time.
Keep reading the developments in the debt negotiations as well.

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