Usually, end customers change Bulgarian Levs to euros about the equivalent in € to seven hundred in Spain.
If, for any reason, you have to change Bulgarian Levs to euros for more than the equivalent of five thousand euros, it is a good idea to contact your supplier or bank.
First to get a better Bulgarian Lev to euro exchange rate than the one you see in our website. In second place to validate that they are authorized to change you with the amount of personal data they have about you.
The least expensive levs BGN to euro prices are generally given when you change them online to do a click and collect from a store of a currency provider around you.
As regards to banks in Spain, the majority offer online booking. In some cases let you reserve online and pick-up your euros some days later. Nevertheless the BGN-EUR rate you will end up paying will be, that of the day of collection, not that of the day you booked the levs BGN to euro change.
There is no worse or better time to convert levs to euros. All currencies appreciate or depreciate every day based on the other currencies they are measured against.
For that reason, when you try to sell levs for euros, the highly advised thing you can do is to do a preceding price comparison on Cambiator.
The functionning of the Bulgarian Lev to euro currency exchange is easy to comprehend. Foreign currency notes are physical products that circulate around the world. Some currencies, such as the dollar or the pound, are very well distributed, and others not so much.
The more difficult it is to get a currency, the more costly it will be to acquire it. One of the reasons for this is that some countries restrict the how much currency you can leave the country with.
If you are going to sell levs for euros, you will have to observe rates at the airport, at your bank and at currency supplier. And much better, to compare those rates in our website.
If you have levs left over after your trip, head to our Sell your currency tab, introduce the Bulgarian Lev quantity you have (notes only, not loose coins) and select your town. We will display the closest holiday money supplier´s outlets that will purchase your remaining levs from you and how many Euros they will hand you in exchange.
Bear in mind that they will uniquely order you levs banknotes but not loose coins.
To find out the best Bulgarian Lev to euro exchange rate, we recommend you carry out a simulation on Cambiator.
You will find out that a column appears in the result page that says BGN-EUR exchange today.
Next look at the amount below for all currency suppliers. As for banks, we show you an average price, however keep in mind that practically all of them in Spain apply, in addition to the rate, a fee of 2.5 to 3per cent on average, with a minimum of between six to ten euros.
The exchange rate you see is known as the Bulgarian Lev to euro direct exchange rate, and the higher that number is, the more Euros you will acquire for each ISO you change. Cambiator compares the exchange prices day by day so that you get the best currency exchange every day when you change Bulgarian Levs to euros.
In Spain you can sell levs from Bulgaria for euros primarily at currency suppliers or at your bank. As a rule of thumb banks apply a fixed fee oscillating between 2.5% and 3% with a minimum of 6 to 10 euros for each currency exchange you do with them.
This applies when you buy currency or when you change back your surplus to euros. This means that if you change the equivalent of 100 euros from levs from Bulgaria to euros, in addition to the BGN-EUR exchange rate of the day, you will be charged between 6 and 10 extra euros as commission. Currency suppliers that advertise no commission are more interesting since they do not apply you this commission.
Cambiator ranges the Bulgarian Lev to euro exchange rates of the day and displays them from most to least interesting to help you choose well where to sell your levs from Bulgaria to euros.
Changing online levs to euros in Spain is very safe. Note that it is done with foreign currency suppliers that must have a licence from the Spanish Central Bank.
In addition, these holiday money suppliers are corporations subject to audits and can be fined if they fail to comply with the strict legal measures in Spain to justify with whom they exchange levs to euros.
In general, we advise you to change your foreign currency in safe locations and where they do not impose on you a commission, in addition to an exchange margin. Practically all Spanish banks and some physical currency providers will charge you a currency exchange fee circa 3 per cent, with a minimum (whichever is higher), between 6 and 10 euros.
This means that when you change the equivalent of 100 euros from Bulgarian Lev to euro, additionally to an exchange margin, you will pay a fixed commission of of 6 to 10 euros, since it is a higher quantity than the 3 euros fee that would correspond to applying 3% to 100 euros. If you exchange the equivalent of six hundred euros from Bulgarian Lev to euro, they would charge you a 3% commission. That is eighteen euros, which is higher than the minimum of of 6 to 10 euros.
Absolutely. According to the AML regulations, the Spanish foreign currency suppliers have to demand from you when you exchange currency to euros (and vice-versa) an updated and valid ID card. If you sell levs BGN to euros at least they will ask you for your resident´s ID card (DNI or NIE) or passport.
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