CountryWe BuyWe Sell
USA1.2651.275
Eu Countries1.4851.495
United Kingdom1.69891.7489
Mexico0.063060.06756
Japan0.011310.01181
China0.17720.2052
Switzerland1.33721.3972
Australia0.87340.9484
Thailand0.033090.04059
Hong Kong0.15980.1688
Poland0.32150.3435
Czech Republic0.05680.0618
United Arab Emirates0.3320.362
Denmark0.19550.2065
Sweden0.14190.1499
New Zealand0.87880.9138
Israel0.39720.4282
Saudi Arabia0.290.39
Korea (South)0.0010220.001182
Dominican Republic0.021680.02498
Chile0.001570.00182
Croatia0.18430.2143
Hungary0.0039970.004597
Norway0.14240.1524
India0.016290.01889

Rates updated on 9/23/21 at 02:11:12 GMT -5

Before visiting French-America, get your American Dollars at Nour and the difference* will pay for lunch

Unique and interesting Maine activities and destinations

Mount Katahdin

The highest mountain in Maine at 5,267 feet (1,605 m), and named so by the Penobscot Indians, meaning “The Greatest Mountain”. The mountain consists of many peaks, with Baxter Peak being the tallest, and bookends the north end of the Appalachian Trail. Baxter Park is the most popular area of the mountain and open all year but its use is strictly regulated during the winter months for safety. Camping is May 15 to October 15, with limits placed on day parking reduce use of the trails. All trails lead to the top and all are considered strenuous and suggested use by experienced hikers.

See a list of all the trails.

Mount Katahdin,
Millinocket, Maine, 04462
United States

Stephen King’s House

Despite his fortune, Mr. King remains true to himself and lives in a house which may seem familiar for King fans, outside Bangore, Maine. Knowing Mr. Kings works, it puts a new face on this seemingly innocent and old home. The neighbourhood has a simple, quiet, middle-class feel about it, King’s house looks like a movie set.

By Julia Ess – Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, Link

47 West Broadway,
Bangor, Maine, 04401
United States

Maine Desert

Visit the strangest scenes in the northeast – a desert in Maine. A potato farming location from the 1700s, a combination of farming neglect and misuse revealed a silt layer near the surface, the area was abandoned in the early 1900s, and what has become of it has been a curiosity ever since. Complete with dunes, a camel, a shop and museum.

By DaderotOwn work, Public Domain, Link

95 Desert Road,
Freeport, Maine, 04032
United States

Bangor
19°
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6:23am6:30pm EDT
Feels like: 19°C
Wind: 10km/h S
Humidity: 92%
Pressure: 1020.66mbar
UV index: 0
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* * typical vacation, family of three (3) for three (3) nights in September, hotel, food, entertainment, Misc., Approx. $2,000 CDN