While the Euro is accepted in most European countries, there are some exceptions. Just some of these include Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Romania, Poland and Hungary, all of which have retained their own currency, so be sure to confirm your itinerary before you leave.
Beyond figuring out which currencies are in use at your destination, it's also important to determine how you'll access it. It's a good idea organise a variety of ways of accessing your money overseas, such as debit and credit cards, travel money cards, travellers' cheques and cash.What to pack
With the exception of places with higher elevation, the majority of southeast Asia is hot and humid. Opt for light-weight, quick-dry options, as even your favourite jeans will be heavy and take too long to dry after a storm.