Bodrum exchange offices
As in any other city in Bodrum there is currency exchange points network. As always, the exchange rate of the most popular currency (USD, EUR) is 20 cents less than the official rate of the Central Bank.
Not so long ago were taken measures to tighten control over the funds circulation in the country. Regard this in Bodrum money can be exchanged at banks only if you have a residence permit or Turkish TIN number. In addition, you need to consider that the minimum amount for an exchange is 300USD. In ATMs you can change if you have a bank card of the relevant bank only.

There are branches of the following banks in Bodrum:

  •  Ziraat Bank – a state bank with the best exchange rate, terminals accept Mir cards;
  •  İş Bank – the terminals of this bank accept Mir cards;
  •  Garanti Bank (BBVA) – became part of the Spanish Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria S.A. (BBVA);
  •  Halk Bank – here accepts payment of fees for residence permit renewal;
  •  Finansbank – since 2016 it has been part of the Qatar National Bank S.A.Q (QNB Group);
  •  Yapı Kredi Bank – for UniCredit Bank debit card holders cash withdrawals at ATMs are free of charge (depending on the package);
  •  Deniz Bank – resigned from Sberbank, so cash withdrawal without commission is impossible;
  •  Akbank – one of the largest banks in Turkey, works with the Western Union system;
  •  Vakifbank – one of the five largest banks in Turkey;
  •  HSBC – a local representative of one of the largest UK bank;
  •  Türk Ekonomi Bankası (TEB) – has many multicurrency ATMs;


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Banks and currency exchange in Bodrum

Banks in Bodrum charge a fee for withdrawing cash from foreign cards through ATMs. All banks have different commissions, someone takes a fixed fee, someone takes a percentage.

In addition, you must consider the rate of conversion of the Turkish lira to the dollar or euro on the day of cash withdrawal, it may differ from the Central Bank rate.