Here are some handy articles about travel insurance

Traveling with pre-existing medical conditions

If you or a member of your family suffers from a pre-existing disease, such as cancer, asthma, hypertension, or others … Does your travel insurance company cover you? As travelers, we must bear in mind that many travel insurances do not offer coverage for chronic illnesses, therefore, said travel insurance will not cover any expenses derived from their pre-existing illness.

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How to prepare a trip post-COVID-19?

Hopeful news for tourism is beginning to arrive, with flights timidly taking off again for international destinations and borders that may be considering opening soon. Meanwhile, we continue counting the de-escalation phases.

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The end of the state of alarm in Spain is announced

Pablo Sánchez has announced that if the vaccination objectives foreseen on May 9 are met, the state of alarm will be terminated. This means that we can be optimistic about our summer vacation plans.

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Domestic travel coverage

If you are planning a trip to any domestic destination, we recommend that you find out about our coverage for domestic destinations. If you contract Covid-19 before or during your trip, we will cover the cancellation costs. Some of the services we offer are: Cancellation, Interruption, Medical attention, Pet care, Lost or stolen luggage

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Halloween traditions in Spain

As in many countries in Europe and in the entire world, Halloween is also celebrated in Spain. It is a festival imported from the United States, but in many places it already had its own traditions. The restrictions due to the Coronavirus are beginning to be reduced and the possibilities of traveling are increasing. This is the perfect time to get away and learn about Spanish traditions on those festive days. Which are the traditions in the different regions of Spain? Let's see some of those: The “Amagüesto de Difuntos”, in Asturias. It's chestnut and apple harvest season, so sweet cider and roasted chestnuts are essential at this party. Generally people collect chestnuts with their family, sit around the fire to roast and eat them. Those that are left over are thrown into the fire, shouting "this is so the deceased can eat." There is also the Round of the Blessed Souls, in which a prayer is made for the deceased of the family.

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How will our travel change because of Coronavirus?

The Coronavirus pandemic has been in our lives for two years , changing them completely . We are used to wearing masks, even outdoors; and although there are different recommendations among European and international countries, habits are similar, wearing masks, washing hands and/or using sanitizers frequently. Moreover, the Green Pass is trying to limit the spread of virus and increase the vaccination campaign. These habits and directives basically change our ways of life.

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What it is covered for COVID-19

In the first moments of the pandemic, a lot of attention was spent on hand washing and surface cleaning, but over the months, airborne transmission of the coronavirus was confirmed, in fact, infected people can spread it by coughing, talking, or breathing.

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What it is covered for COVID-19

Our behaviours have changed dramatically in the last 2 years due to Covid-19, particularly our daily activities (security measures included). In the first moments of the pandemic, a lot of attention was spent on handwashing and surface cleaning, but over the months, airborne transmission of the coronavirus was confirmed, in fact, infected people can spread it by coughing, talking, or breathing. In this context, the health authorities recommended maintaining a safety distance of 2 metres to reduce contagion. An investigation carried out by engineers from the University of Cambridge pointed out that this rule was arbitrary, since the term 'risk' is not a specific measure or percentage of safety.

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