Who we are ?

ICE is one of the world's leading providers of retail Bureau de Change and online foreign exchange services, with over 400 branches worldwide, in 20 countries, across 4 continents.

The company began small with one location at Victoria Station in London, England, providing travellers through the UK's second busiest railway terminus with foreign currency.

40 years on, ICE is proud to be one of the largest retail currency exchange operators in the world, with branches throughout Europe, United States, Canada, Mexico, India, China, Malaysia, Singapore and Australia.

Wherever you see ICE name, you can be assured of a quality and speedy service from a friendly and knowledgeable staff.

In Europe, these philosophies are no exception. From our first London location on London Victoria Railway station more than 25 years ago to our 150th branch, we are proud of our European history and growth.

Whether at one of our major France airport locations such as Bordeaux, Mulhouse or Nantes or at one of our boutique storefront locations, you will always find knowledgeable staff, outstanding service and competitive rates.

Airport Locations include:

Charleroi International Airport – Bordeaux International Airport – Bydgoszcz International Airport – Dublin International Airport – Dubrovnik International Airport – Frankfurt International Airport Terminal 1 – Gatwick International Airport - Gdansk International Airport – Hamburg International Airport – Riga International Airport – Sofia International Airport

Retail locations include:

City Locations 
Boulevard de Strasbourg - Paris • Cambridge Railway Station - Cambridge • Dubrovnik Port Bus Terminal – Croatia • Gare de Lyon-Salle Mediterranee – Paris• Glasgow Railway Central Station – Glasgow• Kirchenallee Street – Hamburg• Lille Europe TGV station – Lille • London Victoria Railway Station – London• Mikulasska Street – Prague• Oxford Street – London • Rue Berger – Paris • Rue de Dunkerque – Paris • St Pancras Eurostar Train Station - London • Westfield Shopping Centre – London