European Currencies List – All the currencies used in Europe and the European Union

Here is a list of all the currencies that each European country uses. The most popular currency is by far the Euro, currently adopted in 26 regions.

While in Europe, be wary of ATM scams in Europe offering “conversion-free” withdrawals. They often lock in very high exchange rates and hidden fees, costing you more than a regular ATM withdrawal with a clear fee structure.

AlbaniaAlbanian Lek (ALL)
AndorraEuro (EUR)
ArmeniaArmenian Dram (AMD)
AustriaEuro (EUR)
AzerbaijanAzerbaijani Manat (AZN)
BelarusBelarusian Ruble (BYN)
BelgiumEuro (EUR)
Bosnia and HerzegovinaBosnia and Herzegovina Convertible Mark (BAM)
BulgariaBulgarian Lev (BGN)
CroatiaEuro (EUR)
CyprusEuro (EUR)
Czech RepublicCzech Koruna (CZK)
DenmarkDanish Krone (DKK)
EstoniaEuro (EUR)
FinlandEuro (EUR)
FranceEuro (EUR)
GeorgiaGeorgian Lari (GEL)
GermanyEuro (EUR)
GreeceEuro (EUR)
HungaryHungarian Forint (HUF)
IcelandIcelandic króna (ISK)
IrelandEuro (EUR)
ItalyEuro (EUR)
Kosovo*Euro (EUR)
LatviaEuro (EUR)
LiechtensteinSwiss Franc (CHF)
LithuaniaEuro (EUR)
LuxembourgEuro (EUR)
MaltaEuro (EUR)
MoldovaMoldovan Leu (MDL)
MonacoEuro (EUR)
MontenegroEuro (EUR)
NetherlandsEuro (EUR)
North MacedoniaMacedonian Denar (MKD)
NorwayNorwegian Krone (NOK)
PolandPolish Złoty (PLN)
PortugalEuro (EUR)
RomaniaRomanian Leu (RON)
Russia**Russian Ruble (RUB)
San MarinoEuro (EUR)
SerbiaSerbian Dinar (RSD)
SlovakiaEuro (EUR)
SloveniaEuro (EUR)
SpainEuro (EUR)
SwedenSwedish Krona (SEK)
SwitzerlandSwiss Franc (CHF)
Turkey**Turkish Lira (TRY)
Ukraine**Ukrainian Hryvnia (UAH)
United KingdomPound Sterling (£)
Vatican CityEuro (EUR)


* Kosovo is partially recognized as an independent state.
** Russia, Turkey, and Ukraine are transcontinental countries with parts of their territory located in Europe. Their currencies are used in the European parts of these countries.

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