|Sub-Unit:||1 S/. = 100 céntimo|
The sol is the official currency of Peru and is subdivided into 100 cents, called céntimos in Spanish. The currency code is PEN. The name is a return to that of Peru's historic currency, the sol in use from the 19th century to 1985. Although the derivation of sol is the Latin solidus, the word also happens to mean sun in Spanish.
|Sub-Unit:||1 Franc = 100 rappen|
The franc is the currency of both Switzerland and Liechtenstein.
Its name in the four official languages of Switzerland is Franken (German), franc (French and Rhaeto-Romanic), and franco (Italian).
|S/. 1 PEN||Fr 0.30 CHF|
|S/. 5 PEN||Fr 1.49 CHF|
|S/. 10 PEN||Fr 2.98 CHF|
|S/. 50 PEN||Fr 14.91 CHF|
|S/. 100 PEN||Fr 29.83 CHF|
|S/. 250 PEN||Fr 74.57 CHF|
|S/. 500 PEN||Fr 149.13 CHF|
|S/. 1,000 PEN||Fr 298.26 CHF|
|S/. 5,000 PEN||Fr 1,491.32 CHF|
|S/. 10,000 PEN||Fr 2,982.63 CHF|
|S/. 50,000 PEN||Fr 14,913.15 CHF|
|S/. 100,000 PEN||Fr 29,826.30 CHF|
|S/. 500,000 PEN||Fr 149,131.50 CHF|
|S/. 1,000,000 PEN||Fr 298,263.00 CHF|