The entry of the Euro has substantially facilitated the life of the traveler. Those commissions and those implausible multiplications in trips around a good part of the European countries are over.
Now is the turn of Malta and Cyprus. Both countries will become part of the Euro zone from January 1, 2008. With them, there will be 15 countries linked to the European currency.
With this, however, we know that prices are at inflation and many products will become more expensive. It happened in Spain, in Italy, Ireland and everywhere where the Euro came to round up prices.