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1.       fenerkız
18 posts
 30 Aug 2008 Sat 09:36 pm



I´m going to northern cyprus next week and I have some lira lying around but then thought it would be fine to just get some from an ATM machine when I get out there. However, a friend (who is originally from there) said that I shouldn´t trust using an ATM and should just take some English money and then swap it for lira. First, is she right to say not to trust ATMs there? And secondly, can I just take English money and exchange it for lira??? Is that possible??

thanks =)

2.       joanne1980
125 posts
 30 Aug 2008 Sat 09:40 pm

I used the cash machines for the entire 2 months i was there and i didnt have any problems.  I tended to use the ones in the big shopping centres more often than not.

3.       welshwitch
12 posts
 31 Aug 2008 Sun 10:09 am

I go to North Cyprus a lot you can pay with English money in any supermarket and most all  shops you go into and they will give you your change in lira I have never had a problem in all the years I´ve been going there. Also there are HSBC banks in the main towns and cities.

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