Foreign visitors using credit and debit cards issued outside of Greece will not be restricted to the daily limit imposed on ATMs in the country.
The Greek government has imposed a €60 (£38) daily limit on all ATM transactions in response to the banking crisis currently engulfing the nation, and worried tourists had been seen queuing up alongside locals to withdraw cash.
Greek citizens will also be allowed to pay bills online, but money cannot be moved into offshore accounts, according to capital controls imposed in the wake of collapsed talks with the country's creditors.
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