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Christopher Gwaze

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  1. Up until the introduction of Euro into the currency exchange board in 1999, Spain’s local currency was called pesetas. Euro coins and notes didn’t get introduced to the market and public until January of 2002. At that time Spain’s local currency had lost it’s value and in just a few weeks, Spain fully transitioned from it’s local currency pesetas to full implementation of the Euro currency.

    As of today, Euro is the locally accepted currency in Spain.

  2. the euro
    Spain has used the euro since 2002, which it replaced the old peseta. It is the same currency that is used in much of Western Europe. The euro is the only currency accepted in Spain, and it is unlikely you’ll be able to use anything else, even in the airport.

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