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How to pay vacation apartment rent in Euros?

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So, we rented an apartment for a week in Budapest. The landlord wants payment in Euros, not forints, preferably in advance. We will not have an opportunity to stop at an ATM that dispenses Euros on our way to Budapest, as this is our first stop. No possibility of getting Euros in cash prior to arrival, nor do we want to risk carrying that amount of money.

Landlord suggested wiring the money in advance in Euros to his account. The guy is very well recommended, seems pretty decent, seems trustworthy. Any suggestion on wiring the money to save on any big fees or conversion glitches? Other suggestions on how to do this? Thanks!

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