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We found that US$ are accepted along with Euro's and£ stirling no need to take any other currency IMO.

They will accept credit cards and debit cards ,they in some places price things up in multi currencies to make it easy....Davybe

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We rarely take any currency on holiday in Europe except Euros and Sterling.  If you are only buying a coffee or a beer then they will either take your cash or credit card and sometimes even give you change back in the same currency, same for most shops.

If you do find yourself somewhere that definitely requires local currency then using an ATM with a debit card is generally the cheapest way to get cash.

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from memory most Scandinavian countries in the tourist areas will accept the Euro, if you go off the beaten track then it is the Krone for each respective country not one that is transferable between each.

stick with the euro and you wont go far wrong

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