Send money to Vatican City

Fast and easy, with super competitive rates across all major currencies. Join 25+ million Revolut customers and save on money transfers from Australia to Vatican City

You send
They receive
Our current rate
A$1 = € 0.6393
A$3.00
Estimated arrival
Tomorrow
That's A$1,003.00, including our fees
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How to send money with Revolut

Send money to Vatican City in 3 simple steps

  1. 1
    Start your transfer

    Choose how much you want to send, and where you want to send it to

  2. 2
    Get great rates

    With Revolut, you can always get great exchange rates, without complicated small print

  3. 3
    Send your money

    Fill in the details of your beneficiary and that's all you need to do. We'll take care of the rest

How much does it cost to send money to Vatican City from Australia?

When sending money to Vatican City from Australia, we won’t charge you FX fees on weekdays, as long as your transfer is within your foreign exchange allowance* A transfer fee may apply, but this will depend on the amount you send and your plan's international transfer allowance. Check our pricing widget for more details on international transfers and fees

How long will my money transfer to Vatican City from Australia take?

Bank transfers to Vatican City from Australia usually arrive within the same day Transfers to other Revolut customers and card transfers usually arrive in minutes We’ll keep you updated on the status of your transfer

Transfer money to Vatican City from Australia with great rates

Sending money with no hidden fees

What you see is what you pay when you make a money transfer from Australia, with all our fees clearly displayed in-app

From your wallet to theirs, in seconds

How to make your first money transfer to Vatican City

  • Download Revolut

    Get the app on your Android or iPhone and sign up

  • Add money to your account

    Add money into your Revolut account by topping up via your card or bank account

  • Transfer money

    Choose your currency and Vatican City as your destination country. Add your beneficiary details and tap 'Send' when you’re ready

Choose a payment option that works for you

Best ways to send money to Vatican City

  • Bank transfer

    Low fees, great coverage

    Send money via SWIFT or Cross Border transfers. The traditional way, but better

  • Card transfer

    Coming soon…

    All you need is the card details to send to most countries and currencies

  • Send to wallet

    Coming soon…

    Instant transfers to digital wallets. Coming soon!

  • Peer-to-peer

    Free and instant

    Send money instantly to friends and family already on Revolut, anywhere

Security is embedded in all of our products

We watch over your account to flag suspicious transactions, keep your card details safe, and ask for extra verification to protect you Additionally, in accordance with the Payments Systems (Regulation) Act your money is guaranteed by a licensed bank in Australia

Send money to Vatican City from Australia with Revolut

With Revolut you can exchange currencies, transfer money between countries, and hold local currencies on your multi-currency account for travel. These are just some of the reason why our customers trust us.

Global payments and beyond

Seamless money transfers to Vatican City, whatever the purpose

  • Send money home

    Transfer money online to family or friends in Vatican City

  • Settle international bills from Australia

    Paying tuition fees, managing property in Vatican City? Transfer funds around the world effortlessly

  • Planning to move to Vatican City?

    Make moving home internationally less stressful with effortless payments in the local currency

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Send money to Vatican City FAQs

What are the limits for online money transfers to Vatican City?

For most currencies, there are no maximum limits to the transfer amount. Certain currencies might have limits set by our payments partners. You will always see the limit in the Revolut app before making the transfer.
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Is it safe to send money online to Vatican City with Revolut?

Regulated in Australia Yes. Revolut holds an Australian Financial Services Licence and is authorised by the Australian Securities & Investments Commission (ASIC) in Australia. Revolut is also a reporting entity with the Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre (AUSTRAC). Funds Protection In accordance with the Payments Systems (Regulation) Act your money is protected by a guaranteed by a licensed bank in Australia. Bespoke security systems We watch over your account to flag suspicious transactions, keep your card details safe, and ask for extra verification to protect you.
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What bank details are needed to transfer money to Vatican City?

Details vary depending on the payment method. It's usually a combination of phone number, the recipient’s full name, their bank account number and their BIC/SWIFT number. Sometimes, we may ask you for other details like their city as well.
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How long does it take to send money online to Vatican City?

Different payment methods affect your transfer delivery time. Payments to other Revolut users are instant. International bank transfers to Vatican City usually arrive within the same day. Transfers to other countries can arrive in as little as minutes or in up to 3 to 5 business days, depending on the currency and destination. Check out the pricing calculator for more details on your transfer's price and speed. You can track the status of your transfer in-app.
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How to send money to Vatican City from Australia?

With Revolut you can send money online to Vatican City from Australia quickly and safely. 1. Download the Revolut app on your Android or iPhone mobile device and sign up for free. 2. Add money into your Revolut account by topping up via your card or bank account. 3. Choose your destination country and currency. 4. Enter your recipient's details. You'll usually need the recipient's full name and their bank account number and bank code. Some payment methods and destination countries may require additional information.
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*A transaction will be outside of exchange market hours if it is made between Friday 5pm (New York time) and Sunday 6pm (New York time).