A trip to Europe can be a magical experience. The cities and country-sides offer both historical perspectives and modern touches at every turn.
Whether you’re traveling to Europe from the U.S., India, Japan or anywhere else in the world, travel insurance should play a role in your trip planning. Especially if your travels require a Schengen Visa, which requires travel insurance.
Travel insurance for Europe can help:
|Travelers to Europe||Schengen Visa Applicants||Those planning to live abroad in Europe|
The countries in Europe are packed into a relatively small continent. To make it easier for citizens and visitors to travel freely across borders, 26 European countries have come together under the Schengen Agreement. Under this treaty, travelers from some countries, including the United States, won’t require a visa to travel within the Schengen Area. The counties included in this area are:
- Czech Republic
If you’re a traveler from a country that does require a visa for the Schengen Area, the Schengen visa is the only one you’ll need to travel within all these countries.
The Schengen Visa also includes a travel insurance requirement. Although travel insurance is a good idea for any traveler, insurance for the Schengen visa must meet a few specific requirements.
Schengen Visa applicants are required to have a travel insurance policy that covers:
- At least 30,000 Euro worth of Coverage
- Policy must cover all countries in the Schengen Area
- Any emergency medical expenses while traveling in Europe