Yahoo Web Search

  1. About 820,000 search results
  1. Aug 16, 2021 · The Netherlands, like 19 other countries in the 28-member European Union, uses the euro as its official currency since 2002. Before that, the guilder had been the Dutch currency as far back as 1680.

  2. The currency in the Netherlands is the euro. Each euro is divided into 100 cents. When you’re buying currency for the Netherlands, look out for the currency code EUR. And once you’re in the Netherlands, you’ll see the symbol € used to show prices. You’ll find Euro banknotes in denominations of 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, and 500 ...

  3. Dec 09, 2013 · Prior to the inception of the Euro, the Netherlands official currency was the Dutch guilder, which we’ll simply refer to as the guilder. This was the case for 322 years, from 1680 all the way to 2002. And the guilder is still in fact used in the countries of Sint Maarten and Curacao, which are part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.

  4. The national currency of Netherlands is Euro, EUR. For a new search about a different currency, use the search dropdown to find the country and its currency. For the time, see time in Netherlands.

  5. The currency of Netherlands before euro. The Dutch guilder ( gulden in local language) was the national currency of the Netherlands before the euro adopted by most of the countries from European Union. To be more precise, the Dutch guilder was used from the 17th century until 2002, when it was replaced by the euro.

  6. Oct 26, 2020 · Before the euro: the Dutch guilder. From the 17th Century until 2002, the currency used in the Netherlands was the Dutch guilder. The name comes from the Middle Dutch word gulden which means golden, indicating that the coin was originally made from gold. When the conversion was made, 2.20371 Dutch guilders would equate to one euro.

    • Emily Burger
  1. People also search for