& Currency Exchange
Any bank in Dubln will exchange your money. If you have travellers' cheques to exchange you must have your passport with you when cashing the cheques. In general, banking hours are 10am-4pm Mon-Wed, 10am-5pm Thur and Fri. Along with banks most building societies and post offices do foreign exchange. Also department stores such as Brown Thomas (Grafton Street, Dublin 2 - grid O50 on map l49o51), Arnotts (Henry Street, Dublin 1 - grid N47 on map l46o48) and Cleary's (O'Connell Street, Dublin 1 - grid O47 on map l46o48) have bureau de change facilities in shop and many larger shops accept the major foreign currencies such as dollars and sterling.
Cards, Debit Cards, Laser
In the event that your credit card is lost or stolen you can call into any bank to report the loss. You should do so immediately.
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