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First thing which you should do after arrive to Ukraine - it’s exchange money to local currency of course. Official currency in Ukraine is hryvnia (UAH), and you can pay for things only in local currency.
Make some money exchange in airport. Everybody think that in airport is very bad exchange rate and you should wait till you will come to city and exchange money. But it’s not totally true. Just when you get out of gate in KBP airport, you will see the first exchange office, and yes, pass it and go farther, to two bank offices. They has good exchange rate, so you can use them.
Take preferably USD, EUR or GBP with you. You can find currency exchange almost everywhere, but at the same time most of exchange offices accept USD, EUR, GBP. If you have any other currency, try to exchange it in your country to one of those which I mentioned, an you will not have problem with exchanging them. Of course even if you are coming with the most rare currency to Ukraine, you still can exchange it in Exim bank (state export-import bank of Ukraine), but better not to have this headache.
Don’t exchange big amount for one time. If you are going to pay for most of things by credit card, I suggest you to exchange 100$, and until you will not spend all, don’t exchange more.
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This is a great video, thank you.
Also, if a restaurant that advertises credit cards later refuses a credit card payment to try and force you to pay cash, they are technically in default and can't make you pay. No idea how that works with the police over there, it might be a little different.
I found a credit card card with 0% foreign transaction fee and 5% cash back it's called Discover it, in the US I can use it anywhere, but what about Ukraine? Do they accept Discover, or just Visa and Mastercard ?
An Uber driver, yes Uber is very popular in Kyiv, can be scheduled for pick up or drop off from Boryspil International to downtown Kyiv. Morning rates are always lower. My fare on March 17, 2018 from Independence Square in Downtown Kyiv to BSP airport was 420 uah, or approx. $20. I recommend bring $100 US dollars with you, then Moneygram yourself extra money as needed. Bring more if you have not already schedulded living arrangements. Metro Card with 10 journeys is around 60 uah, $2.25. All Metro stations have signs in English. Very affordable means on transportation.
If you bring American dollars with you, make sure there is no writing on the bills. They will not exchange it!!! Also, shop around for a good bank to exchange you currency. Not all have the same rates!!!
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After long experience living, working and traveling to Ukraine, my advice on currency exchange in 2017? DON'T! Use your credit card/debit card to withdraw Hryvnya as needed from ATMs. Many (if not most) in Ukraine charge no fee. Your bank in the US may charge a small fee, but far less than any currency exchange. Use your credit cards/debit cards for purchases. Most places in Ukraine now accept credit cards/debit cards (it wasn't so much the case 10-12 years ago) and your cards will always give you the current official exchange rate. It is best to get some local currency for small expenses, markets, Bahbushkas selling tasty baked goods on the street markets, etc., but for most expenses, just use your credit cards. If you MUST exchange cash, the exchanges prefer $100 bills, newest production and with NO marks or damage. They can get pretty picky. Enjoy. Oh...and get a variety of denominations. Cab drivers in particular love to say they have no change for 200 UAH note, etc. LOL And the little buses (martshukas) need small denomination money for fares. They have change, but the drivers don't want to make change for a 200 or 500 note for a 3 or 5 UAH fare.
if i marry a rich women will her money convert to foreign currency.Sorry i dont have anything to convert.I see you have relationship counselling i meet women who seem too or like too scam me.One talked of owning seventeen boats as investment.
I changed to quite a lot of Euros in Sweden, before I went to Kyiv. Then In Kyiv I changed a little of the Euros to Hryvnas and later a little more. Before I went home I kept some of the Hryvnas as a souvenir.
MRG ENT PLC - well countries and governments are at war, not the common people.
When Henry Rollins walked around Islamabad, the locals were very cool. They were of course stunned asking 'what are you doing here?'and he said *he was there to to meet them,* of course meaning them as individuals & not caring about the US political propaganda that tells us to fear all these 'hot list' countries (Iran same thing, only the government are bastards.)
So here he was, a rare sight there and unafraid of the people of Pakistan - they thanked him for not judging their whole country and for coming there. *You have to go if you want to know.*
And for fun, google 'what country is greatest threat to world peace.'
faraz jeelani Pakistan = *Terroristan*
The biggest terrorist in the world ( *OSAMA BIN LADEN* ) was sheltered by Porki Army less than 1 KM from the largest Army base in Pak oops *Terroristan* . Pakistan is *Terroristan* !!
Very useful video or UAH Гривна .What about a video showing what Гривна looks like.? I say this as historical people on money and avoiding fake notes by doing security features. I recommend exchanging at banks only as Travelex is a bandit and cab drivers can give counterfeits.
When i was in Ukraine and in Russia i always did use a bank to change my euro's in local currency. Exchange offices like Travelex or so takes a certain fee and also do not use the official exchange rates.
That's right, they not only flip the money two ways several times a week they also give themselves way too much margin AND the flat fees on top, basically doubling their money several times in a short period with almost no risk of ever losing money.
They deserve our hate,
actually 1 year ago the exchange office at the airport changed at a honest rate (only problem it is closed until 9 a.m. so if you arrive at night you are screwed !) , ATM usually don't work and my Thai bank even blocked my card thinking it had been cloned .
I don't recall any bank in the airport , have they opened recently ? This year I had a little cash left from previous trip so did not change at the airport.
Olga Reznikova in nikolaev and in Odessa we exchange money in a bank in 2 o clock in the night that I arrive in Odessa airport and I didn't have krivna with me my friend took me to a bank and exchange from evro to krivna but this was 3 years ago
American Cash, Is very easy. If you use your bank card there is a currency exchange fee, I Used 2 bank cards and both 3%, Now if you draw Cash from a Machine it will be more, I like to take cash, Say you have a friend that helps you. You can tip American!!! The people in Ukraine dont expect to be tipped, But as you should always try to get them to except, Its the the right thing to do. Peace Out , Belus
My fiance works for a bank in Dnipro and exchanges money from foreigners all day. It's a great time to visit Ukraine now since the US dollar is strong. Right now, $1 US dollar is $26.7091 hryvnia. I'll be back to Dnipro in November, I wonder if the rate will be the same?
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