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It varies. Payment terminals at the pump have been getting more popular across Europe over the past 10-15 years, but it's not yet universal. It's also still pretty common to pump first, then remember the pump number and pay in the shop.

American Express credit cards are not widely accepted in Europe due to their high fees and small userbase. Visa and Mastercard should be no problem. However you need one with a chip, the magnetic strip swiping has been widely discontinued.

It's a good idea to keep a decent amount of cash on hand in case the payment terminal doesn't accept your card. A fill up can cost upwards of 70-80 euros.


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