The Peruvian Sol is the primary currency of Perú.
This currency is used by an estimated 31,989,256 people.
Based on our estimate, Peruvian Sol is the #39 most popular currency is the world.
The currency code for the Peruvian Sol is "PEN".
The ISO 4217 number for this currency is 604.
The currency symbol for the Sol is "S/.".
Peruvian Sol conversion rates, useful facts, and holiday schedule can be found below.
PEN Currency Demographics
The primary country using the Peruvian Sol is Perú.
There are approximately 31,989,256 people around the world who use the Peruvian Sol.
The Peruvian Sol is the #39 most used widely currency is the world.
31,989,256 user population
Ranked #39 in the world
PEN Exchange Rates
1 Peruvian Sol equals:
† Rates last updated at 38 seconds ago
‡ Rates are the interbank rate and are only available on large transactions
PEN Currency Facts
|ISO 4217 Code||PEN|
|ISO 4217 Number||604|
|Minor Unit Name||N.a.|
|Minor Unit Symbol||
|Frequently Used banknotes||S/.10, S/.20, S/.50, S/.100, S/.200|
|Rarely Used Banknotes||N.a.|
|Frequently Used Coins||S/.1, S/.2, S/.5, 1, 5, 10, 20, 50|
|Rarely Used Coins||N.a.|
|Estimated User Population||31,989,256 people|
|PEN Inflation Rate||1.32%|
† Population and Inflation rate as based on data from the World Bank.
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2020 PEN Currency Holidays
Based on holidays observed by the Central Reserve Bank of Peru.
On these dates banks and payment systems may be closed.
Settlement in Peruvian Sol may also be closed on these dates.
|New Year's Day
||January 1, 2020
||April 9, 2020
||April 10, 2020
||May 1, 2020
|Sts. Peter and Paul
||June 29, 2020
||July 28, 2020
||July 29, 2020
|St. Rose of Lima
||August 30, 2020
|Combat of Angamos
||October 8, 2020
|All Saints' Day
||November 1, 2020
||December 8, 2020
||December 25, 2020
PEN Currency History
The Peruvian Sol was created in October 1991.
The table below shows the history of currencies that ultimately became the Peruvian Sol.
|Peruvian old sol (PEH)
January 1863 to February 1985
|Peruvian inti (PEI)
February 1985 to October 1991