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In Cu­ba, two ty­pes of cu­rrency are of­fi­cially in cir­cu­la­tion: the Cu­ban Pe­so (CUP) and the Cu­ban Con­ver­ti­ble Pe­so (CUC), both ma­de up of 100 units of a cent.

The fi­xed ex­chan­ge rate for the Cu­ban Con­ver­ti­ble Pe­so is 1 CUC = 24 CUP, that is, one unit of the Cu­ban Con­ver­ti­ble Pe­so (CUC) is equi­va­lent to 24 units of the Cu­ban Pe­so (CUP).

Banknotes and coins in cir­cu­la­tion ha­ve the fo­llo­wing denominations:

CUP: 1, 3, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500 and 1,000 and the coins are 1, 2, 5, 20 cents and 1CUP and 3 CUP. CUC: 1, 3, 5, 10, 20, 50 and 100 CUC and the coins are 1, 5, 10, 25, 50 cents and 1 CUC.

The Cu­ban Pe­so, as well as the Cu­ban Con­ver­ti­ble Pe­so, may only be ob­tai­ned and used in the Cu­ban te­rri­tory.

EU­ROS are ac­cep­ted in Va­ra­de­ro, Ca­yo Lar­go, Ca­yo Co­co and Ca­yo Gui­ller­mo (Jar­di­nes del Rey), Pla­ya San­ta Lu­cia in Ca­ma­güey, Pla­ya Co­va­rru­bias in Las Tu­nas and on the bea­ches of Hol­guín, Guar­da­la­va­ca, Don Lino, Es­me­ral­da and Pes­que­ro. In Cu­ba you can use cre­dit and de­bit cards such as:

• Ac­cess • Ame­ri­can Ex­press • Ba­na­mex • CABALA • Di­ners • Bu­si­ness Cen­ter • Mas­ter­card • Red • VI­SA • Vi­sa In­ter­na­tio­nal

The ex­chan­ge ra­tes of the dif­fe­rent cu­rren­cies vary ac­cor­ding to their va­lue in the world mar­ket and are sub­ject to chan­ges, which may be known in the dif­fe­rent bank branch of­fi­ces of the country and in the Ex­chan­ge Rate Of­fi­ces (CADECA).

See in the ye­llow pa­ges: CADECAS and Ban­cos Ex­tran­je­ros y Na­cio­na­les (Fo­reign and Na­tio­nal Banks)


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