The increase of popularity of Turkish Lira is not a surprising fact! Turkey becomes more preferable place for holidays, because of the expensive Eurozone. That’s why the demand of Turkish Lira in British bureaux de change increase up to 21 per cent for the last year.

The Turkish Lira is now on the forth place after leaving behind Canadian Dollar. The last tendencies show continuous increase of its popularity and it is supposed the Turkish currency will reach third place of the most demanded currencies in the world after it manage to leave behind the Australian dollar.

The reason for the British to prefer Turkey to other European countries is the fall of pound’s value. That’s why, the holidaymakers from England do not prefer such famous until today European destinations, as German, Italy or Spain, but are oriented toward cheaper places to spend their holiday.

The Turkish Lira is with very stable currency in relation to pound and its rate of exchange for the last year stayed at 2.40 for 1 pound.

According to the researches of OAG Company, the trips to different European destinations have considerably decreased for the first quarter of this year at the expense of other tourist destinations.

Turkey is one of the most preferable travel destinations for the British, because of the reasonable prices of all kind of services – including accommodation, food & drink, entertainments, excursions, etc.

According to Sarah Munro, the Post office head, who is engaged in the travel section, the Turkey remains the cheapest destination compared to all other European countries. This fact reflects to the inconceivably increase of lira’s demand over the past 12 months.

Because of the popularity of the Turkish Lira, which is now behind the euro, American and Australian dollar, the customers will have the possibility to order and to receive the Turkish currency immediately, and not to order it in advance as it was done previously.

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