Blog | here are some handy articles about travel insurance

How to make a claim if my flight has been delayed or cancelled?

Please, read the previous article first to know under which circumstances you can make a claim. Different airlines have different procedures for claiming. Some will list email or postal addresses you need to send a written claims letter to, others will ask you to fill in an online claims form. So check what method your airline wants you to use before claiming.

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What can I do if my flight has been delayed or cancelled?

Under the EC regulation 261/2004, if your flight has been delayed or cancelled you can make a claim for compensation or a refund, depending on the case. There are two common criteria for both cancellation and delays

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Traveling pregnant

In a previous article, we explained the considerations to take into account when traveling whilst pregnant. In this article, you will find some tips on how to have a pleasant flight when pregnant.

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Traveling with kids

At Fit 2 Trip we want to share with you some useful tips when traveling with kids

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Notting Hill Carnival in London

What is Notting Hill Carnival? The Notting Hill Carnival was first held in 1966 as an offshoot of the Trinidad Carnival, celebrating Caribbean culture and traditions in London. Since then it has become the largest street festival in Europe. [...]

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Essential Beach Packing List items

At Fit 2 Trip we’d like to share with you a list of the things that you can not miss in your beach bag, so you can fully enjoy your day.

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Tips to avoid and overcome jet lag

What is jet lag? Jet lag is an alteration of the biological rhythms of our body, produced when we travel long distances, through different time zones. This can cause fatigue, headaches, insomnia, digestive problems, irritability or confusion, among others.

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12 tips to avoid accidents when traveling to another country

1. Write down or save on your phone the emergency number of the country you are traveling to. In most European countries, you can call 911 or 112 to contact the emergency services. Also note the assistance number of your travel insurance company and in case of accident, call them immediately. [...]

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What to do in Russia while you are not watching football?

Rusia is the host country for the 2018 World Cup, from the 14th of June to the 15th of July. Eleven cities have been chosen to host the 64 matches that are being played: Yekaterinburg, Kaliningrad, Kazan, Moscow, Nizhny Novgorod, Rostov-on-Don, St. Petersburg, Samara, Saransk, Sochi and Volgograd.

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Top Movie and TV travel destinations

United Kingdom The United Kingdom has served as the setting for famous films such as The King’s Speech (2010) and Bridget Jones’s diary. [...]

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