Banks ATM and Money Changers

The Euro (€) is the official currency adopted in the countries of the European Union. It has coins of 0.01 cents, 0.02 cents, 0.05 cents, 0.10 cents, 0.20 cents, 0.50 cents, 1 and 2 euros. Banknotes come in denominations of 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200 and 500 euros. Those arriving in Italy with foreign currency can obtain European currency through any bank, ATM or money changer. ATMs are everywhere and our map will help you locate them. Banks are generally open from Monday to Friday. Money Changers are open daily. You will also find banks and money changers with the help of our map.

Credit cards from all major credit card networks are accepted in hotels, restaurants and shops. Practically everywhere except the few street vendors in the Venetian streets.

Credit cards are accepted in hotels, restaurants and shops.

Italy levies a value-added tax commonly abbreviated to IVA. It has a value of 22%. If you are a non-European visitor you will most likely be able to get a refund, here the details.

The Venice airport website will help you further in the procedure