How much is a Turkish lira to a Euro?

0.0624653 EUR
Convert Turkish Lira to Euro

1 TRY 0.0624653 EUR
5 TRY 0.312327 EUR
10 TRY 0.624653 EUR
25 TRY 1.56163 EUR

Can you convert Italian lira to Euro?

Under current legislation (see the section ‘legal framework’) it is not possible to convert lire. The Bank of Italy transferred the equivalent value of the lire still in circulation to the State (a total of around €1.2 billion).

How much is a Turkish dollar worth?

0.0645539 USD
Convert Turkish Lira to US Dollar

1 TRY 0.0645539 USD
5 TRY 0.322769 USD
10 TRY 0.645539 USD
25 TRY 1.61385 USD

Is it cheaper to go to Turkey now?

TURKEY is one of the most affordable destinations to head to all year round, but it’s actually cheaper than ever right now. That’s because the lira has plummeted against the pound by 35 per cent in the last year.

What currency is used in Turkey?

Turkish liraTurkey / Currency

How much is rent in Turkey?

The average home rental price for whole Istanbul is about 35-45 TL per square meters, which means a 100m2 flat renting price is between 3000-4000 TL. The home rental prices for the cheap districts and neighborhoods are between 20-25 TL per square meters, which means a 100m2 flat renting price is between 2000-2500 TL.

Can you still cash in Italian Lira?

Lira notes ceased to be legal tender in February 2002. Any that were in circulation can be exchanged for the equivalent value in euros at the Banca D’Italia until February 29, 2012. The conversion rate is fixed at 1,936.27 lire to the euro, which means that 40,000 lire would be worth approximately 20 euros (£18).

How costly is Turkey?

You should plan to spend around TRY434 ($29) per day on your vacation in Turkey, which is the average daily price based on the expenses of other visitors. Past travelers have spent, on average, TRY135 ($9.11) on meals for one day and TRY67 ($4.48) on local transportation.

Is food expensive in Turkey?

Food is quite affordable though, even in nicer sit down restaurants. You’ll find no shortage of dessert options anywhere in this country. Cakes and pastries are cheap, delicious, and ubiquitous.

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