Currency Exchange in Zaragoza

Are you looking for the best exchange rate in Zaragoza?

If you are looking for a currency exchange house or kiosk in Zaragoza, you are in the right place. Feel free the compare the different exchange rates and get the most money from your transaction. Always try to look for the best money exchange, but also consider to seek those exchange kiosks nearby.

Map of currency exchange shops and kiosks in Zaragoza

Where can I change money in Zaragoza??? Before visiting any of these exchange kiosks in Zaragoza, make sure to contact them beforehand and double check todays exchange rates and hours of operation. Also, take into account that some ATMs and banks can also exchange or give you local money but it is very often, they only work with existing customers.

Contact Details


Plaza de San Gregorio, 56-60, 50015 Zaragoza, Spain
+34 976 52 76 80


Calle del Coso, 31, 50003 Zaragoza, Spain
+34 976 71 76 00


Camino de las Torres, 8, 50002 Zaragoza, Spain
+34 976 49 14 34


Paseo de la Gran Vía, 28, 50005 Zaragoza, Spain
+34 976 23 30 38


Calle Joaquín Costa, 9, 50001 Zaragoza, Spain
+34 976 46 84 04


Av. de Juan Pablo II, 12, 50009 Zaragoza, Spain
+34 976 75 55 25


Calle León XIII, 18, 50008 Zaragoza, Spain
+34 976 20 61 18


Paseo Pamplona, 2, 50004 Zaragoza, Spain
+34 976 21 91 99


Av. Cesáreo Alierta, 57, 50008 Zaragoza, Spain
+34 976 49 51 74


Av. de Madrid, 123, 50010 Zaragoza, Spain
+34 976 33 36 40


Av. Compromiso de Caspe, 48, 50002 Zaragoza, Spain
+34 976 49 25 87


Calle Federico García Lorca, 6, 50007 Zaragoza, Spain
+34 976 25 90 37


Paseo de Sagasta, 51, 50007 Zaragoza, Spain
+34 976 25 87 37


Av. Pablo Gargallo, 69, 50003 Zaragoza, Spain
+34 976 40 56 40


Calle del Coso, 24, 50004 Zaragoza, Spain
+34 912 06 66 55


Av. de Madrid, 191-193, 50017 Zaragoza, Spain
+34 976 32 73 11


Av. Compromiso de Caspe, 103, 50002 Zaragoza, Spain
+34 976 46 15 60


Av. de Salvador Allende, 16, 50015 Zaragoza, Spain
+34 976 74 31 67


Calle Ildefonso Manuel Gil, 19, 50018 Zaragoza, Spain
+34 976 73 51 76


Calle Sor Juana de la Cruz, 4, 50015 Zaragoza, Spain
+34 976 10 60 66

Reference Exchange Rates

🇨🇦 Canadian Dollars

1 EUR = 1.49 CAD

🇲🇽 Mexican Pesos

1 EUR = 18.14 MXN

🇯🇵 Japanese Yen

1 EUR = 170.55 JPY

🇨🇴 Colombian Pesos

1 EUR = 4,214.96 COP

🇦🇺 Australian Dollars

1 EUR = 1.64 AUD

🇰🇷 Korean Won

1 EUR = 1484.64 KRW

🇬🇧 Pounds

1 EUR = 0.85 GBP

🇧🇷 Brazilian Reales

1 EUR = 5.60 BRL

🇨🇷 Colones

1 EUR = 557.52 CRC

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FAQs for travelers

Which exchange house has the best rate to exchange foreign currency in Zaragoza?

Since there are many options, we cannot tell the best exchange rate. Why? It depends. It is important to see the exchange rate and that changes every day. Also some currency exchange house give the best rate but they do charge you a fee, so at the end is not the best idea.
We suggest you to before choosing any currency exchange house just cause its foreign exchange rate, also check if there are any extra feeds, any minimum, if they are well located, etc. With all those details in the table, you can choose the best foreign currency exchange house in Zaragoza.

Should I exchange currency before going to Zaragoza?

If you can, it would be great to get some EUR Euros before arriving to Zaragoza. Check on nearby currency exchange house if they do have EUR Euros to buy. This will help you to get to Zaragoza and have some cash to move around (e.g. pay taxi or give a tip) until you settle and choose where to exchange more money or use an ATM.

I am traveling from abroad, can I use foreign currency in Zaragoza?

The short answer is "it depends". There are some restaurants, coffee shops, etc. that will not receive foreign currency, only EUR Euros. An international credit card could be handy on these situations. Of course, areas related to turism or big malls and plazas receive and exchange foreign currency with no problems at all.

Is it better to withdraw money abroad at any ATM or exchange in a currency exchange kiosk?

You need to check with your bank. Some banks do not charge you any extra fee if you withdraw money in a foreign country. Other charge a huge fee. So before withdrawing any money abroad, check with your bank.

How can I exchange currency without fees or taxes?

It depends on the currency exchange house. Some charge you a fee for the service of exchanging money and others add that fee to the exchange rate. So basically you need to do the math and see if really exchanging money on a currency house makes sense for you or not.

Is it cheaper to get foreign currency at home or abroad?

Usually at home, but it also depends on the currency. If you are traveling to a small country where its currency is not worldwide available, it will be very costly to get it around (some times impossible)

Is it better to use cash or an international credit card in Zaragoza?

In these case, the credit card is your best friend. But also take into account, that you will need some cash. There are some expenses where cash is required.