Getting to know the best exchange rate to change Turkish Liras to Euros today in Spain is as easy as going to Cambiator.es and choosing the currency you want to sell in our currency purchase form, tab Sell Currency.
Please acknowledge that the prices and conditions to change Turkish Liras to euros that you see on our website are exclusive to be more interesting than the prices you will obtain if you go directly to the currency provider.
We do not recommend exchanging foreign currencies at a Spanish bank. They charge you a commission of around 2 to 3% as well as an exchange rate.
Exchanging currency at the airport is not recommended at all when selling Turkish Liras to euros.
Calculate from your currency supplier if your order includesa boy back cover allowance. This means the possibility of returning a percentage of the liras of the initial order for free.
If you do not qualify for buyback, head to our Sell your currency tab, fill in the Turkish Lira value you saved (banknotes only, not loose coins) and select your town. We will display the amount of Euros the different travel money providers will offer on the day in your town for your leftover liras.
If you believed that your the airport or your bank were the sole places to change Turkish Liras for euros today in Spain, please, first compare rates in the various currency providers that we have matched for you above.
You can see that for the same amount of Turkish Liras, you will get more Euros depending on the supplier you pick and you can spend the savings on other entertainment for your trip (coffees, souvenirs, transportation, etc.).
Foreign currency providers in Spain normally limit the maximum quantity of foreign currency to be changed from Turkish Lira to euro to the equivalent in euros to 3,000 to 6,000 € per calendar quarter.
This is a requirement the antimoney laundering norms. If you want to exchange a larger amount of liras to Euros, it is advisable to speak directly with the foreign currency supplier.
They might require from you additional documentation and proof of the origins of your liras (identity document, passport, certificate of professional activity, income statements, etc.).
To sell Turkish Liras to Euros on the Internet in Spain you must carry with you a passport or a resident´s identity card called DNI or NIE. These documents permit you to identify yourself when making your TRY-EUR order in person or online.
To know how foreign exchange works, think of a retail store that sells a product to you as a consumer. The supplier acquires goods from a provider called a wholesaler at a purchase price, to which it sums up a profit margin.
The gap between the final price at which the consumer buys in that shop (eg your Turkey liras) and what it cost the business to get those Turkey liras is the profit it obtains in that currency exchange.
But there is a difference in currency exchange with other businesses. In principle, foreign currency notes (Turkey liras in this case) pass on from hand to hand, that is, they are not consumed.
Consequently, it may be the case that a currency provider or a bank acquires Turkey liras from a tourist who enters Spain (gaining a profit) and those same Turkey liras become yours when you buy that currency (new profit margin).
Cambiator does not recommend selling liras to euros at the Spanish airports. This should be your last option, as it is the most expensive.
We also do not recommend doing a Turkish Lira to euro currency exchange in a Spanish bank since literally all Spanish banks charge you a 3% commission, with a minimum (whichever is higher) amount of six to ten €. Unless you have the power to negotiate with your bank that they do not charge you the commission.
The Turkish Lira to euro price fluctuates daily. The currencies of countries with more stable economies oscillate less, and vice-versa. Nevertheless it is also necessary to weigh in events such as Brexit or the Ukraine war, major sporting events or economic crisis, which can affect the travel money rates of a specific currency, like the Turkish Lira, right away.
In any case, most banks and currency suppliers usually alter the price at which they sell or buy liras once a day, first thing in the morning.
We always have its prices up to date, so that you have the best information available on exchange rates.
Indeed. You can order your Turkey liras for euros in the online store of a currency provider that has an online resevation service.
Furthermore, they will permit you the possibility of booking online and picking your euros at one of their offices.
Bear in mind that rates vary each day so it will be optimal to book online the same day you will go to the agency to do a TRY to EUR change.
No doubt. We have studied the Spanish market for currency suppliers and banks for more than 5 years and we know that, depending on the currency you need to change, some currencies are easy to accept in exchange for euros and other less frequent ones are not.
Generally the TRY-EUR price is cheaper when you order them online to do a click and collect than if you go directly to the currency supplier branch.
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