iCambio is the trademark of Change Center, a foreign exchange office born in 1991. They have exchange offices in Madrid, Andalusia (Málaga, Fuengirola, Torremolinos, Marbella, Seville and Córdoba) and Alicante (Benidorm) and a home delivery website . More details
Ria, a subsidiary of the Euronet group, is a leading foreign exchange company. It offers home delivery service in just 48 hours, as well as a network of stores in premium locations in the main cities of Spain. More details
Today's average exchange rate for this foreign currency in the main banks in Spain. The euros to be paid by the bank will charge a commission of between 2.5% and 3%, with a minimum of € 6 to € 10 (the most expensive of the two). More details
Average prices today for this foreign currency in the two main airports in Spain: Madrid-Barajas Adolfo Suarez Airport and Barcelona El Prat. More details
Indeed. If you want to guarantee the Euro to Norwegian Krone rate you see on the results page of Cambiator. And also if you need to ensure that the holiday money supplier won´t charge you a fee.
In Spain you can fall into the hands of some currency suppliers with bad practices that charge their customers an outstanding commission when acquiring Norwegian Krones directly from their branches without having previously made a reservation on their Internet site.
Absolutely. In the same way that you order a very expensive gadget on Amazon, you can buy korunas in the online store of travel money supplier that offers home delivery service.
Additionally, they will offer you the possibility of booking online and picking up the korunas at one of their offices. Some suppliers will convene you to pay in advance with a card and others will offer to pay directly at the office.
If you have Norwegian crowns left over upon return to Spain, head to our Sell your currency tab, enter the Norwegian Krone quantity you saved (notes only, not loose coins) and select your town. We will display the nearest holiday money provider´s stores that will acquire your leftover Norwegian crowns from you and how many Euros they will hand you in exchange.
Bear in mind that they will uniquely buy you Norwegian crowns banknotes but not loose coins.
The operation of the euro to Norwegian Krone currency exchange is easy to understand. Foreign currency notes are physical goods 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 onerous it will be to acquire it.
If you are going to order korunas, you will have to observe prices at the airport, at your bank and at currency provider (some suppliers deliver the korunas to your home).
foreign currency providers in Spain normally limit the maximum amount of foreign currency to be purchased (Norwegian crowns, etc.) to between 3,000 and 6,000 € per calendar quarter. This is done in accordance with the requirements of the AML regulations. If you want to exchange a higher amount of Euros to Norwegian crowns, it is advisable to speak directly with the holiday money supplier. They might require from you additional documentation and proof of the source of your Euros (identity card, passport, certificate of professional activity, income statements, etc.).
If you want to buy korunas NOK you just need to select this currency in our currency purchase widget. Then type in the euros you want to spend and choose if you wish to receive the korunas NOK at home or the office or chooseyour town in order to collect the korunas NOK in store.
Cambiator will display the outcome of the different currency providers, sorted from cheaper to more expensive. We will also show you the average rate at Spanish high street banks and at the airports (if they sell korunas NOK).
On a daily basis, all year round the euro to Norwegian Krone rates oscillate in international markets, depending on the strength of the Norwegian Krone currency against the Euro.
For all these reasons, there is no preferred moment to buy korunas. However you may find free websites like Cambiator that assist you in comparing all the korunas being sold by currency providers, the airport and the banks. With these rates you will succeed in buying korunas at the best rates on every ocasion you need.
Most of the time, to buy or change Norwegian crowns, the European money laundering prevention regulations demand travel money suppliers to know their customers (Know Your Customer (KYC)). This means that you will need to identify yourself as a buyer or seller with a an updated and valid identity card (resident´s ID card (DNI or NIE) or passport).
If you guessed that your the airport or your bank were the only places to purchase korunas today, please, in the first place check the rates in the different currency providers that we compared for you above.
You can see that for the same euros, you will buy more korunas depending on the supplier you pick and you can dispose of the remnants on other entertainment for your trip (coffees, souvenirs, transportation, etc.).
We do not recommend acquiring Norwegian crowns at the airport. This should be your last choice, as it is the least cheap.
We also do not recommend changing your Norwegian crowns in a Spanish bank because literally all Spanish banks charge you a three per cent commission, with a minimum (whichever is higher) quantity of 6 to 10 euros. Unless you are able to discuss with your bank removing the commission.
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