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true or false, ATMs in Europe do not charge fees?

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my apologies if this was answered before but I've been trying to find the answer to this to no avail and have not much time to make decisions. Is it true that European ATMs don't charge for using them like the ATMs here do?

I have 2 options, put all my money with my credit union (they don't charge me anything for other atms nor the 3% conversion rate) or put my money on my HSBC account (tons of HSBC in Paris, but they charge 3% on top, but won't have to pay use of non HSBC ATM)

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