Monedas y Dinero

In Cuba, officially moving 2 coins Cuban Pesos (CUP) and Convertible Pesos (CUC), 1 convertible peso is equivalent to 24 Cuban pesos, and this is the currency that visitors must purchase to reach the island Only public transport and some low-quality services can be purchased with pesos, but almost always you can pay with pesos convertibles products and services offered in Cuban pesos. 

Those wishing to use public transport and make your visit to Cuba closer to daily life and conditions of the Cubans must have National Currency (Pesos Cubanos, CUP), but the tourists only need mostly Currency (Convertible Pesos CUC .) L clearest way to refer to this duality of exchange is using the term "national currency" to refer to the Cuban peso, and "currency" to refer to Convertible Pesos. 

The change of the most popular international currencies such as USD, Euros, Canadian Dollars, British Pounds and others is often quite easy and the vast majority of hotels are providing this service with a surcharge of 8%. If you are in any town or city and want to exchange money, take money from one card 

Before leaving Cuba, travelers must return to change the Convertible Pesos (CUC) in the currencies of their countries....

Time in Cuba

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