Travel isn’t just about the destination you are trying to reach. Sometimes the journey itself can be as exciting as the place you are journeying to. When it comes to travel – for work or for pleasure – you often find adventure in the most unexpected places. That’s where travel insurance comes in.
No matter how carefully you plan your trip, unexpected costs can add up fast.
Insurance is a vital part of travelling. Whether you are visiting a different part of the country or the other side of the world, it can protect you from the cost of delayed or cancelled transport, broken or stolen possessions, or emergency medical treatments. Travel insurance is compulsory if you require a Schengen Visa to travel to Europe. The Visa allows third-party nationals to enter and travel throughout the EU - and their visa application will only be approved if they have travel insurance covering each European state and the whole duration of their planned trip.
Choose between cover for a single planned trip, or for any trips you take over the next 12 months.
Common Travel Insurance Myth
Travel insurance vs ticket insurance
When you buy your travel tickets, the company you are buying them from often offers you the chance to add insurance. However, this isn't insurance for your whole trip - it is just for that part of your journey. For example, the cost of your flights might include insurance that will cover you if something happens to your flight or while you're in the airport. But you will not be insured for anything else that happens on your trip - before you arrive at the airport, or after you leave it.
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