Today's average rates for this foreign currency at the two main Paris airports: Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Paris-Orly. Includes their 5 euros commission. More details
To get the best euro to Norwegian Krones exchange rate, we advise you do a simulation on Comparer Devise.
You will see that a column appears in the result page that states EUR-NOK exchange today.
Then observe the amount below for each currency supplier. As for banks, we show you an median price, nevertheless bear in mind that virtually all of them in France apply, in addition to the price, a commission of 2.5 to 3per cent on average, with a minimum of between 6 to 10 €.
The exchange rate you obtain is known as direct exchange euro to Norwegian Krones and the higher that number is, the more korunas NOK you will obtain for each € you change. Comparer Devise compares the exchange prices daily so that you acquire the best foreign exchange every time when you order korunas NOK.
If you have korunas NOK left over after your trip, go to our Sell your currency tab, enter the Norwegian Krones amount you saved (notes only, not loose coins) and choose your town. Comparer Devise will tell you the nearest foreign currency provider´s stores that will buy your leftover korunas NOK from you and how many Euros they will give you in exchange.
Please acknowledge that they will uniquely order you korunas NOK notes but not loose coins.
Indeed. In the same way that you acquire a costly laptop on an online store, you can buy NOKs in the online store of currency provider that offers home delivery service.
Furthermore, they will propose you the possibility of booking online and picking up the NOKs at one of their stores. Some providers will convene you to pay online and others will allow you to pay directly at the store.
To purchase Norwegian crowns with Euros online in France you will be asked to provide a passport or resident´s identity card called carte nationale d´identité. These cards permit you to identify yourself when making your order in person or online. In this case, you will have to have a scanned jpeg or PDF archive that does not weigh much.
No doubt. Comparer Devise has followed close the the foreign currency players in France for over five years and concluded that, depending on the currency you need, some currencies are easy to find and other exotic ones are not.
Usually the euro to Norwegian Krones price is more interesting if you order them online home delivery or collect in store than if you go directly to the currency supplier store.
Practically all French banks apply to you a 3% fee, with a minimum (whichever is higher) amount of 6 to 10 euros.
Keep in mind that the smaller the amount of Norwegian crowns to buy, the more the impact of this fixed fee on your personal finances.
If you thought that your the airport or your bank were the sole places to purchase on this day, please, first check the prices in the various currency suppliers that we compared for you above.
You can see that for the same euros, you will get more depending on the company you select and you can dispose of the difference on other leisure activities for your trip (coffees, souvenirs, transportation, etc.).
The euro to Norwegian Krones price oscillates daily. The currencies of countries with more stable economies fluctuate less, and vice-versa. But it is also necessary to bear in mind phenomena such as the Ukraine war or Brexit, major sporting events or economic crisis, which can affect the exchange rates of a specific currency, like the Norwegian Krones, inmediately.
Any way, most currency suppliers and banks usually alter the price at which they buy or sell Norwegian crowns once a day, first thing in the morning.We always have its rates updated, so that you are shown the best data available on exchange rates.
travel money suppliers in France normally cap the maximum amount of foreign currency to be ordered (NOKs, etc.) to between 3,000 and 6,000 euros per calendar quarter. This is mandatory by the money laundering prevention regulations. If you need to exchange a higher quantity of Euros to NOKs, Comparer Devise recommends to speak directly with the foreign currency provider. They might ask from you additional documentation and proof of the origins of your Euros (identity card, passport, certificate of professional activity, income statements, etc.).
Foreign exchange is a poorly transparent market in France.
When you acquire korunas NOK at a bank or at the airport, you are paying more.
French banks usually charge you a commission of 3% on the korunas NOK that you order from them.And the currency supplier at the airport charges you a very deceiving price taking advantage of the fact that you passed through there.
Balancing rates in a comparison engine like Comparer Devise that includes 5 currency providers in France is the best guarantee to obtain more korunas NOK for the same euros.