Britain’s currency is the pound sterling (£), which is divided into 100 pence (p).
Although Britain is in the EU, it has not adopted the Euro currency and Euros won’t be accepted as legal tender.
Scotland has its own pound sterling notes. These represent the same value as an English note and can be used elsewhere in Britain, although it is usually with reluctance. The Scottish £1 note is not accepted outside Scotland.
There are lots of bureaux de change in Britain – often located inside banks, travel agents or Post Offices, as well as at airports and major train stations. It's worth shopping around to get the best deal and remember to ask how much commission is charged.