|Quoting desertjets (Reply 5):|
That said the last time I did an international trip, Dublin, I swear there was a grand total of 2 ATMs in the entire airport. I managed to find the one in the arrivals area, with a rather lengthy line. I did not want to go to the currency exchange place (no line oddly enough) and needed cash to pay for our bus ride into the city.
|Quoting DeltaMD90 (Reply 2):|
I second using ATMs. That's all me and my father do when travelling. Exchanging cash isn't as good as a deal. Try to withdraw as less as possible since your bank might have international fees.
|Quoting OA260 (Reply 6):|
Your not wrong there . There are two in the departures area in T1 and AFAIK no others. The arrivals one is near the elevators. You found another one? I never knew there were two in arrivals .
|Quoting Pyrex (Reply 8):|
I normally would third that recommendation, but given the case that it is Swiss Francs, I would be more careful, as in their zealous pursuit of "tax dodgers" the IRS is viciously going after anyone who does transactions with Switzerland (I know someone who got a really nasty letter from the IRS because she had a checking account open in the Swiss Postal Bank from her days in high school in Geneve, with all of 500 Swiss Francs; her American aunt who has lived and worked in Switzerland for the U.N. for over 30 years cannot find a bank willing to let her open an account).