Tunisian money – Dinar, which consists of 1000 million.

Banknotes: 1, 5, 10 and 20 dinars. Coins: 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 500 million and 1 dinar.

1 dinar is approximately 1 USD (0.9861)

When exporting and importing more than $ 1000, it is recommended to declare currency until customs in a special window, which is written over large letters: "Declaration de Devises".

Import and export of Tunisian dinars is prohibited.

Foreign currency, checks and credit cards are accepted without restrictions.

Exchange is made at a fixed rate of the Central Bank of Tunisia.

When exchanging, be sure to take the receipt. This will give the opportunity to exchange dinars back to dollars before departure if the total currency exchange receipts are no less than 300d.

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Opening hours of exchange points in banks: in the morning from 9 to 11 hours, in the afternoon from 15 to 17 hours. In hotels, such items work around the clock. Exchange items are also at airports and tourist zones. During the Muslim religious holiday, Ramadan usually establishes a special mode of operation.

Rubles Tunisians take carelessly, but only as souvenirs.

For storage of money in the hotel we advise you to take the CFR, which will cost 5D per week. Cafer is a small room in a special room, locking on two keys. One of them will have, and the other – at the receptionist. In Coffee, keep currency, jewels and passports.

But remember: when losing the key from the box, you will have to pay the hotel a fine of 50-100d to be opened. The control key is at the manager, and it is better to immediately inform about what happened.

In 4-5 – star hotels in the rooms, as a rule, have their own small safes.

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