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Currate.com, a website expressly designed to aid today's travelers with all their cash, credit cards or interbank currency conversion needs and various travel questions. Here, you will find a Google-style Earth map (called Google World Currencies Map) where the traveler can just point and click to his or her destination and its currency. We have regularly updated over 180 different exchange rates. There is a quick, easy-to-use, currency calculator, as well as over 4,000 actual images of the world’s currencies. In this way, Currate.com combines the most powerful features of several different websites into just one, simple-to-use site. And with our mobile phone applications, if you have a phone with Internet capability, you can access these features, anytime, anywhere in the world where there is Internet service. Here at Currate.com, you need never be without vital and up-to-date information on currencies and their exchange rates.

Besides all this, we have regularly posted blogs and articles to help travelers. Currate.com offers tips on how to make trips easier, safer, and cheaper. We investigate the different ways and costs of exchanging money, including those infamous hidden fees. So whether you have questions about the safety of a destination, travel insurance, alternate ways of getting there, or where to find locations to exchange money when you do arrive, Currate.com is researching and posting the answers just for you. Our goal is to focus solely on the traveler’s needs, to help him or her have an enjoyable and hassle-free trip. And the best part of all this is that it’s free to you, the traveler, right here at Currate.com. Just click on any link to go there.

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If Your Air Flight Is Canceled — Rule 240 And/Or Do You Get Your Money Back?

NOTE: PLEASE BOOKMARK THIS PAGE AS WELL AS PRINT OUT THIS ARTICLE TO BE USED FOR YOUR FLIGHT TRIP PLANNING TO PROTECT YOUR FLIGHT RIGHTS.

I’ve said it before; flying can be a difficult business these days. Therefore, it is often with a sigh of satisfaction and relief that we board our flights, sit in our [...]

The Age of Hidden Fees – How To Save More Money When Traveling

Let’s face it; it’s the age of hidden fees. Airlines, hotels, banks, credit card companies — all have discovered the fine art of charging hidden fees. It has become a major trend. Everybody seems to be in on the act. They quote one price, but when you finally get that bill, there are all those [...]

Traveling In Hard Times, Some Ideas

Wed, 13 Jan 2010 00:30:18 +0000

Traveling In Hard Times, Some Ideas

Times are tough. We all know this. It’s all we hear about in the news. Unem­ployment is high. People are losing their homes. Businesses and banks are failing. This sort of negative environment makes traveling difficult for many of us, because right now, we either can’t afford the expense, or maybe we feel we shouldn’t, [...]

What You Really Need To Know! The Total Cost of Fees For Obtaining Foreign Currency

Fees — we’ve discussed them in detail before now. We’ve shown costs for wiring or obtaining foreign currency through various financial services, what they charge, both stated, and in hidden fees. We’ve gone over the various costs for obtaining cash in the local currency of another country either via a bank, an ATM, or a [...]

For World-Weary Travelers; Try The Exotic, Or Find Something New In The Old

Are you bored with the same old travel destinations? Has that “been there, done that, bought the tee-shirt,” attitude taken a firm grip on you? Do you find Paris a bit tedious now, Rome crowded, smoggy, and too noisy, and London just a big urban sprawl with perennially soggy weather?

Admittedly, feeling this way, suffering from [...]

Travel Insurance – Is It Really A Good Idea For The Traveler?

Trips abroad cost a lot of money. There is just no getting around that. Oh, one can defray the expenses some by booking well ahead, using whatever discounts may be offered, and taking flights at off times, rather than during peak periods. Even so, despite every method of shaving costs I know of, by the [...]

Alternatives to Flying, How about A Cheap and Slow Cruise Boat Trip?

We’ve said it before, but it bears repeating; many of us just hate traveling by plane. For some, it is out of a real fear of flying. For others, the sheer, cattle-car style of transportation, those crowded flights, is what we hate. Most of us now dread the task of just “getting there.” Unlike those [...]

ATM Costs Around The World – What Banks Really Charge

This is the next article on hidden costs we started last month. This time, we’re discussing costs of using ATM (Automated teller machine). And, as we have mentioned here a number of times, that probably is the cheapest way for a traveler to obtain currency in another country, by accessing it via an ATM [...]

Renting Cars In Europe – The Adventure Begins!

Mon, 23 Nov 2009 15:43:42 +0000

Renting Cars In Europe – The Adventure Begins!

We Americans are very used to flying around our country to get from point “A” to point “B.” In fact, it is our preferred method for long-distance traveling, even sometimes from city-to-city within states. I’ve frequently flown from San Diego to San Francisco. Why? Because it’s an eleven-hour trip to drive it, that’s why, and [...]

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