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HS Seniors in Finland and the Baltics - How to plan their spending

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My 17 yr. old twins are traveling through Finland, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania to sing in beautiful cathedrals with their HS chorale group over Easter. I understand Finland and Estonia use the euro, but Latvia and Lithuania each have their own currency. They will only need currency for small purchases like lunches/cafes and souvenirs. What is the simplest & safest form of currency or credit/debit card for them to carry? Thanks to all!!

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