Swiss franc - currency exchange

CHF = 0.888159 EUR

5.00 CHF fee incl.

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Due to internal regulations, the maximum amount that can be exchanged is CHF 5900.

Minimum amount to exchange is CHF 200.00

Pre-order online. Collect and pay at our branches 5% off.

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  • Collect and pay at our branches
  • Best price guarantee: get a 5%* off.

*You are enjoying a 5% off compared to standard prices at our branches (discount applicable on exchange margin).

FAQs - Swiss franc - euro exchange

Do you want to change your Swiss francs into euros but still have doubts? Find your answers here or else contact us at (+41) 22 717 8350, we are ready to help!

1) What is the exchange rate from Swiss francs to euros?

Exchange rates fluctuate and change daily. You can check the exchange rate for today on this website or in any of our branches.

2) Do I get the same Swiss franc to euro exchange rate in this website or in any of your branches?

No, the exchange rate we offer on our website is different from the rate we offer in our branches. When you order your money via our website we guarantee you the best exchange rate. However, if the day you collect your order in our branches the exchange rate offered there is better than the rate on which you ordered your money, we will apply the most favourable rate for you.

3) How will I be delivered the euros I ordered online?

After placing your online order, you'll be able to collect it at any of our branches in Switzerland. Besides getting the best exchange rate for your online exchange (more travel cash for the same price), this service allows you to save time and reduce anxiety, as you will have the currency you need ready for your trip abroad.

4) Why does the Swiss franc to euro exchange rate seem cheaper and more attractive in the Internet than in exchange businesses?

The exchange rates shown in Internet currency converters are for currency wholesalers (foreign exchange transactions for financial and international trade companies), not for the public. Those cheaper rates are for the foreign exchange, not for currency exchange operations in cash.

5) What is the difference between foreign exchange and currency exchange?

Foreign exchange (Forex, for short) is the market that establishes the value of the currencies in which international transactions will be performed, at a wholesale level. Currency exchange, on the other hand, is the market in which individual currencies are sold in retail on a certain price depending on demand. Currency exchange entails cash transactions, thus adding logistic costs, and therefore their exchange rates are somewhat “worse” than the Forex rates, which only move money between accounts.

At Global Exchange we specialise in currency exchange services:

  • More than 325 branches in 22 countries
  • More than 2,500 employees
  • 98% satisfied Customers
  • 22,000 transactions a day
  • Rendering services 24/7/365

Why change currency with us rather than your bank

    Global Exchange Global Exchange   Your Bank
Currencies available   More than 60 currencies. We are specialists   Only the most common ones. Banks do not offer this specialist service.
Ready currency   Ever ready, immediately, in our branches at the airport.   Banks order currency and have to await delivery.
Currency divided in different denominations.   Of course! We care about you and your needs while you travel abroad.   No. Prepare for refusals and complaints in foreign languages when paying with «big» banknotes.
Delivery options   Collect at the airport/branch of your preference. It is all about comfort!
  You must visit your bank at least twice, and wait meanwhile for your money to arrive.
What do I do with my leftover currency when I come home?   We buy it back from you at the airport, just as when you ordered online.   You must return to your bank. They may buy your currency back at a worse rate and then charge you a commission.
Anything else?   Yes: our Iberia Plus Customers who reserve online earn Avios for their purchases, as when they buy at the airport.   Avi-what? No sir! This is a bank, not an airline company!