One euro is worth about 70p.
At the moment the biggest UK banknote is worth £50. The biggest euro banknote is the 500 euro - worth about £350!
The notes have exactly the same design across Europe.
Here are all the euro banknotes:
- 500 euros
- 200 euros
- 100 euros
- 50 and 20 euros
- 10 and 5 euros
1 euro can be split up into 100 cents.
The front of each of the coins is exactly the same across Europe, but each country is allowed to design a different back. This is where the Queen's head would go if Britain ever had the euro.
Here are all the euro coins:
- 2 and 1 euros (two-tone silver and gold/bronze colour)
- 50, 20 and 10 cents (gold/bronze colour)
- 5, 2 and 1 cents (copper colour)
So altogether, each country issues eight different euro coins.