Blog | here are some handy articles about travel insurance

Spanish insurers discriminate against people with disabilities and medical problems

For most people, organizing a trip is exciting, deciding the country, the hotel and the sites that they will visit. Many people will also want to know what healthcare resources, such as pharmacies and doctors, are in an area before traveling to it, as they may have a medical condition that requires treatment or regular medication, such as diabetes, heart disease or cancer.

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Travel Insurance in Europe

Travelling with partners, family and friends is often an incredible experience, travelling with the people most important to you is the perfect opportunity to create memories that yourself and your loved ones will always remember.

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Travel for people over 55

For the average 55 year old, travel should not pose any real problems. Whilst air travel can be tiring, provided travellers keep hydrated and on long flights try to take naps where possible, they should not feel the ill effects of travel.

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The importance of purchasing Medical Insurance for travel

There’s nothing better than travelling the world learning about different customs and cultures, meeting new people are relaxing. Popular destinations include: Canada, USA, Chile, India, Thailand, United Kingdom and Australia.

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Travelling with allergies

Allergies can complicate a trip, but should not prevent it. Being aware and taking precautions, will allow you to enjoy the world without worrying about your allergies

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Travelling with children with medical conditions

Traveling with children always requires a little more planning and effort. This is especially true when traveling with a child suffering from a medical condition. Luckily, there are certain things you can do to show your child the world without risking his or her health.

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Best Spring Destinations

Spring has arrived and with it comes the desire to travel and see the world as it is reborn. There are destinations that are unmatched during this season, and that all spring lovers should include in their travel bucket list

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Travel Insurance for Expats in Spain

According to the statistics, there are over 5 million expatriates living in Spain, about 11% of the overall population. British expats currently account for almost 300,000; with many choosing to retire to the country for its warmer southern European climate.

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Why should you declare your medical conditions?

What is a medical condition and why should I tell my travel insurance company about it? The simple answer is that if you have an existing or previous medical condition, your travel insurer may not pay your claim in the event of a medical emergency, or if you cancel your trip due to ill health.

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What the Tarjeta Sanitaria Europea (TSE) or European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) will cover you for – and what it won’t

The Tarjeta Sanitaria Europea (TSE) or European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) gives travellers who are Spanish citizens’, access to medically necessary, state-provided healthcare during a short-term stay in any of the 28 EU countries as well as Iceland, Lichtenstein, Norway, and Switzerland.

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