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Bolivia Currency

Money

The official currency is the Bolivian Boliviano (BOB), which is divided into 100 cents (centavos). Money can be exchanged at bureaux de change in the main centres, at banks and hotels - banks are generally considered the best places to exchange currency. Main centres accept USD, but travellers will need cash when the journey to more remote areas.

Banking facilities are good in the main cities and ATMs cater for Visa and MasterCard and major credit cards such as MasterCard, Dinersclub, Visa, and American Express are accepted in the bigger hotels, restaurants and shops.


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