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When you think international holidays, you think of currency exchange, don’t you? One of the major hassles involved here is finding the best currency exchange rate. If you are looking for the most competitive INR to GBP rate , then Thomas Cook is your answer. Here’s all you need to know about the Pound, United Kingdom, and things to do in the country:
The pound sterling, commonly referred as the pound, bearing a code of GBP , is the currency of the United Kingdom. Not only is this currency the fourth most traded currency, but also the third most held reserve in the world. It is believed to be the oldest currency and also one of the most widely converted currencies of the world.   

The United Kingdom, also known as the UK, is one of the must-visit holiday destinations of the world as it offers something to everyone. Whether you are travelling solo, with family, or with your spouse, UK is sure to leave you stunned and tempted to extend your vacation.   

Great oceans, rolling farmlands to mesmerizing mountains and picturesque landscapes, everything in UK is breathtaking and awe-inspiring. If you are looking for some adventure, then the rocky coasts, majestic castles, and green hills of Britain are where you need to be. Some of the must-visit places include London, Scotland, Windsor, and Brighton.   

Whether you are visiting UK for a leisure trip or a business trip, you will require GBP. Thus, one of the things that you must consider during your abroad vacation is currency exchange. If you are travelling for the first time, especially on a budget, then you should check the rate of 1 Pound to INR. After understanding the exchange rate, you can decide the duration of your trip and the places you can afford to cover in your set budget. Another noteworthy tip that could help you in planning your UK trip is buying your forex in advance. By converting your INR to GBP in your home country, you save the hassle of finding a trustworthy forex vendor in the UK and also avail the best exchange rate. Experienced travelers will agree that converting Indian Rupee to Pound in India is cheaper than arranging forex in the UK.   

At Thomas Cook, we understand the importance of an enjoyable vacation. Hence, we strive to offer the best deals on not only hotels and flights , but also foreign exchange including INR to Pound. Our experts are always available to help you convert INR to GBP. You can also visit our online currency converter to find out the live INR to Pound exchange rate . This online service is available round the clock and helps in eliminating the mental math that we all struggle with when it comes to foreign exchange. You may have 99 problems in planning your trip to the UK, forex won’t be one, if you rely on our expertise.   

We help you get the best rates for Rupees to Pounds conversion. This helps us gain your trust and market credibility. We are known as one of the world’s leading and trustworthy forex vendors today. You can now convert INR to GBP online. For this, all you have to do is, visit the Thomas Cook website, enter the required details and you are ready to go! Providing world-class service is one of our specialties, hence we offer secured doorstep delivery of your forex. Alternatively, you can visit your nearest branch and collect your Rupees to Pounds converted forex at your convenience. With Thomas Cook, converting INR to Pound has never been this easy. 
  What are you waiting for? Find out the live INR to GBP exchange rate now and be ready for your upcoming UK trip. Partner with Thomas Cook for a memorable travelling experience.

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Frequently asked questions INR to EUR

Can I use the Prepaid Forex Card in India?
Being a Foreign Currency Card, it cannot be used domestically and can only be used when abroad. Countries where you cannot use the Forex Card are India, Nepal and Bhutan as per RBI guidelines.
Is it OK if I keep the Forex Card, and reload it for my next trip?
Yes. You can reload your card before your next international trip. Therefore, you can use the same by just loading in some more money at your discretion. However, it is important to keep the track of the card validity. It is valid for 5 years from the date of its issuance.
I’m back from my trip. Can I encash the amount remaining in my forex card?
Yes. You may encash the card once you are back in India. However, it is important to note that the minimum period before encashing the amount is 10 days from your last transaction undertaken on the card. If you wish to refund the spare amount in your card, then you may visit the nearest Thomas Cook branch or any branch for that matter. It is regardless of where the card was issued. You will be required to fill up a refund form, and submit a copy of your passport along-with the form and claim your refund at the best available rates.
How do I send money abroad?
You may visit the nearest Thomas Cook branch or have us call you back. Our experts will guie you with the best mediums to send money abroad without any hassle or inconvenience. They will ensure that you experience a seamless transactional process. Whether it is to do with the necessary documentation or understanding the mediums to make transfers, they will facilitate you with the most convenient and reliable assistance.
Does Thomas Cook facilitate an online portal to buy forex?
Thomas Cook is a leading name when it comes to Foreign Exchange services, thereby respecting you forex requisition for an international trip. Our 24x7 online tool is available for the users who wish to buy, sell, or remit forex. All you need to do is fill up a simple form and submit the relevant details. Once the formality is done, the respective mode of forex will be handed over to you at the completion of verification and receipt of payment.

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