International travel

Exploring new places around the world is a thrilling experience, whether you choose to visit the Eiffel Tower, go on a wildlife safari or relax on a tropical beach. No matter where your journey takes you, you can travel with confidence knowing that international travel insurance has you covered. International travel insurance can assist you if you face any medical or travel issues during your trip, such as getting sick or injured, or having to cancel or cut short your plans.

One of the best things about travelling abroad is experiencing new cultures and places — but before you can enjoy your destination, you have to go through customs. We'll give you some tips on how to prepare for your next international trip, what to pack, and how to stay safe while you're abroad.

Europe is a continent that is easy to explore thanks to its open borders within the Schengen Area. Here are some tips, and pros and cons for travelling through Europe by train, plane, or river cruise.
You may want to consider medical travel insurance for your upcoming trip to Europe. Your domestic medical coverage may not fully cover you abroad. Here’s how medical travel insurance can fill your coverage gaps.
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