A bureau de change (plural bureaux de change, both / ˌ b jʊər oʊ d ə ˈ ʃ ɒ n ʒ /) (British English) or currency exchange (American English) is a business where people can exchange one currency for another.
Bureau de Change was approached by independent award winning moving image production company Somesuch to design their new headquarters in Shoreditch. A space located at the ground floor of an old warehouse overlooking the canal was chosen as the new home for the company’s growing team.
As the world’s largest retail foreign exchange specialist, Travelex has over 1,500 bureau de change outlets principally in airports and tourist locations across 28 countries. …
Bureau de Change locations nationwide We have over 120 bureaux locations nationwide, stocking a range of up to 40 currencies. Visit one of our bureaux to purchase your travel money or use our Reserve & Collect service to order …
Bureaux de change are NOT protected If you use a bureau de change to exchange cash, and it goes bust while it has your money, you have no protection. This is why we warn against using these firms to buy money a long time in advance.
Reviews on Bureaux De Change in Paris, France – CEN Change, Merson Change, UME – Change Elysées 66, Comptoir de Change Opéra, APS Change, Change de l’Or, ICE – International Currency Exchange, Les Monnaies de Lyon, Change Master, Tempo
With 33 Bureau de change desks in our John Lewis shops around the country, and 30 price-matched currencies, you can easily pick up everything from your foreign currency to new curtains in a single trip.