Travel converter for france

Enchufes en españa y francia


Por supuesto, necesitará un pasaporte o un visado para visitar Francia. Asegúrese de solicitar cualquiera de los dos documentos con mucha antelación porque pueden tardar semanas o meses en obtenerse. También querrá llevar un documento de identidad con fotografía.

El documento de identidad le permitirá obtener un pase Navigo que le permitirá viajar a bajo precio. El pase sólo cuesta 5 euros, e incluso se pueden comprar paquetes para la semana o el mes. El pase le permite ahorrar dinero en sus viajes. Pero también necesitará un documento de identidad para ponerlo en el pase, así que asegúrese de llevarlo consigo.

El efectivo, las tarjetas de débito o de crédito son formas fáciles de acceder a su dinero en Francia. El dinero en efectivo es bueno para esos momentos en los que vas en tren o tienes que llamar a un taxi. Si pierde su dinero, se lo roban en el tren (no es raro) o se queda sin dinero, localice un cajero automático.

Esté atento a los carteles que dicen “distributeur automatique de billet” para encontrar el cajero automático. También querrás avisar a tu banco de tus viajes con antelación para reducir el riesgo de que te denieguen la retirada de dinero por actividad sospechosa.

Electrical adapters for Spain

It is important to take into account that there are differences in current intensity, frequency or volt measurement. Sometimes, even if the plug slots fit perfectly, it does not mean that the device is compatible, moreover, in the long run we could damage the device if the intensity of the voltage are not the same.

It is therefore very important to be sure of the type of voltage that we will find at the destination. Also, the adapters already perform the function of current transformation to ensure a correct transmission of frequency and voltage.

However, even if 2 countries operate with the same voltage there can always be a second problem: the shape of the plug. To ensure that the correct voltage is used and that the plug type works, a universal adapter will solve our problems.

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Type of electrical plug in Germany

That is why the first thing is to know what to use and what not to use when you go on a trip to a country with a totally different culture and traditions, so that you can enjoy it to the fullest without thinking about things that you did not take into account as happens to many.

And is that we just have to keep in mind that in the countries are different power adapters and so you do not have to look for which of these applies to plugs in France we will specify in this article everything you need to know for what plugs are used in France.

The type of plug in France is the E plug which also applies to type C plugs which are used in Europe and handle the same voltage so you could use your plug block anywhere on the continent. Other appliances need certain special adapters for the type of voltage they require, one of these could be perhaps a hair dryer which requires a certain type of voltage.

Italian adapter

Going on a trip and don’t know what kind of plug you’re going to find? To save you the trouble of being disconnected (literally), in this guide to plugs we will go around the world listing the different options, as well as some adapters that can help you on your adventure.

As we mentioned in the introduction, there are currently 14 types of plugs and the International Electrotechnical Commission – a body responsible for overseeing and unifying the electrical landscape – has identified them using the letters of the alphabet from A to N, leaving a world map with this aspect:

But it’s not all a matter of plug type; there are also differences in voltages, frequencies or maximum admissible intensity. For example, while in Europe and Asia we use voltages between 220 and 240V, in North America the voltage is between 100 and 125V.

Below is a qualitative list of the types of plugs available and some of the countries where they are used. However, in the IEC you can check in detail the type of plug, voltage and frequency of each country.

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