Today's Euro to Indian Rupee 25 May 2022
|1 EURO = 82.76 INR|
Currency Exchange Rate (EURO to INR) - Last 10 Days
|Date||1 EURO to INR|
|23 May 2022||82.22|
|22 May 2022||82.14|
|11 May 2022||82.24|
|20 May 2022||81.89|
|19 May 2022||81.60|
|18 May 2022||81.60|
|17 May 2022||81.16|
|16 May 2022||80.75|
|15 May 2022||80.68|
|14 May 2022||80.66|
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EURO to INR
Euro is the official currency in 19 of the 27 member states of the European Union. Divided into 100 cents, Euro is the second largest and second most traded currency in the foreign exchange market after the US dollar.
Euro has one of the highest combined values of banknotes and coins in circulation in the world. As of December 2019, there is more than 1.3 trillion euros in circulation. It must be noted here that over 200 million people worldwide use currencies pegged to the Euro.
The name Euro was officially adopted on 16 December 1995 in Madrid and introduced to world financial markets as an accounting currency on 1 January 1999. Physical banknotes and euro coins entered circulation on 1 January 2002.
The rate of foreign exchange is determined after considering the demand of foreign currency, supply of foreign exchange, determination of exchange rate and change in exchange rate. In a system of flexible exchange rate, the exchange rate is freely determined by forces of market demand and supply of foreign exchange.
FAQs on Eur to Indian Rupee
- How many Euros can I take out of Europe?
- When should I declare the Euros I am carrying when travelling to or from Europe?
- How many Euros would I need for a trip to Europe?
- Is it possible to exchange EURO to INR at a bank?
- Will the EURO to INR exchange rate remain constant?
You can take a maximum of 10,000 Euros or its equivalent in foreign currency in and out of Europe.
You need to declare the Euros you are carrying in or out of Europe if it exceeds 10,000 Euros.
This would depend on the duration and nature of the trip.
Yes, EURO to INR can be exchanged at a bank.
No, the EURO to INR exchange rate will not remain constant.