Currency in Mykonos is just like all the Greek islands, the Mykonos currency is the Euro.
In cities, debit and credit cards are accepted but in out-of-the-way locations it’s handy to have cash. Most towns have ATMs, but they may be out of order.
Automated foreign-exchange machines are common in major tourist areas. They take all major European currencies, Australian and US dollars and Japanese yen, and are useful in an emergency, although they charge a hefty commission.
Tipping in Mykonos
- Restaurants Tipping is not traditionally the culture in Greece, though it is appreciated. Locals tend to leave a few coins. Depending on where you are, you can round it up or leave around 10%.
- Taxis Round up the fare. There’s a small fee for handling bags; this is an official charge, not a tip.
- Bellhops Bellhops in hotels and stewards on ferries appreciate a small gratuity of €1 to €3.
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