Europe Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 LEXMARK printer Errors CONTACT ☎ 1:800:681:7208 Technical SUPP0RT Care
  2. 2 LEXMARK printer Errors CONTACT ☎ 1:800:681:7208 Technical SUPP0RT Care
  3. 3 BELLSOUTH Password Reset CONTACT ☎1: 800:681:7208 BELLSOUTH Tec*h cAre 24/7
  4. 4 First steps for Russian trip planning
  5. 5 Iceland car rental agencies
  6. 6 Hotel Fita Amsterdam- questions re: air conditioning
  7. 7 Italy in January?
  8. 8 How much do you tip a tour guide on an escorted tour?
  9. 9 Madrid/Andalucia Trip
  10. 10 retruning to US with souveniers
  11. 11 Trip Report LONG Trip Report Barcelona & Costa Brava June 2017
  12. 12 Please help: Swiss Pass/Lucerne/Engadine?
  13. 13 Zermatt this weekend, a good idea looking at the weather?
  14. 14 Trip Report Trip Report: Italy with the bambinos!
  15. 15 Can I visit Rotterdam on a 6h40 min layover in Schiphol?
  16. 16 PORTO (???) combine with Galicia??
  17. 17 Lisbon to San Sebastián to Madrid itinerary help!
  18. 18 10 days in London in early December
  19. 19 Restaurants near Cortina, Italy
  20. 20 Berlin to ?
  21. 21 Day trip from Amsterdam for college girls
  22. 22 Travel from Cinque Terra to Pezenaz, France
  23. 23 Plane to Train Connection-CDG to Gare De Lyon
  24. 24 Trip Report Scotland & UK: 2 weeks with Sheep & Cows
  25. 25 Help with Crete Itinerary
View next 25 » Back to the top

International Currency Trivia

Jump to last reply

For those of you interested in such things, both the euro and pound have been dropping in recent weeks....

The pound is down to just above $1.50 after spending the last two or so year hovering right around $1.60

The euro is down to just above $1.30 and it too has been falling in recent weeks.

(All this is against the US$ which has also gained a few cents against the Canadian dollar where the currencies had trade at just about par for the last little while with the CAD a tad higher than the USD, right now the CAD is down to $0.974..

Of course, as always, the caveat is that currencies rise and fall in what seems a never ending cycle. But this will make European travel for Americans a little cheaper right now.

Advertisement