All major currencies

Order online foreign currency and pick it up at your ING branch

Travelling to a country outside the euro zone? It's a good idea to carry some cash with you! For a snack on arrival, or a taxi to the hotel. With ING, you can order your foreign currency online in advance and pick it up at a branch of your choice.

  • All major currencies available

    From US dollars to Thai baht, we have currency for practically any destination.

  • Order up to 3,000 euros

    Online. Need more? Simply call your branch.

  • Available within 8 days

    Need your banknotes sooner? Place your order by calling your branch directly.

Australian dollars (AUD), Brazilian real (BRL), British pound sterling (GBP), Bulgarian lev (LEV), Canadian dollars (CAD), Chinese yuan (CNY), Danish kroner (DKK), Egyptian pounds (EGP), Hong Kong dollars (HKD), Hungarian forint (HUF), Japanese yen (JPY), Croatian kuna (HRK), Mexican peso (MXN), New Zealand dollars (NZD), Norwegian kroner (NOK), Polish zloty (PLN), Romanian lei (ROL), Russian rouble (RUB), Thai baht (THB), Czech koruna (CZK), Turkish lira (TRY), US dollars (USD), South African rand (ZAR), Swedish kronor (SEK) and Swiss francs (CHF).

Austria, Belgium, (Greek) Cyprus, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Lithuania, Latvia, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Portugal, Republic of Ireland, Slovakia, Slovenia and Spain.

Overseas territories which accept the euro: the Azores, the Canary Islands, French Guiana, Guadeloupe, Madeira, Martinique and Reunion.

Any ING customer over the age of 18 can order foreign currency, provided you are living in Belgium and are not under legal guardianship at the time of collecting your banknotes.

You will pay a maximum of 3% on the amount you order.

Fill in the online order form

Just a few details are needed!

Go to the order form
You will receive a confirmation via email

So that you can review your order

Pick up your money from an ING branch

Make sure you bring your id card and ING bank card to pay

Find your nearest ING branch