Travel insurance for EuropeBefore you go on your trip, get travel insurance cover here.
Why do I need travel insurance in Europe?
Rich history, amazing scenery and glorious food are some of the reasons why Europe is a must do for travellers. However with snow storms, terrorist attacks and fast fingered pickpockets keen to get their hands on your fancy new smartphone there are a lot of 'what ifs' to consider for a holiday to Europe. Luckily we've got you covered with travel insurance for Europe! You can choose cover for either one or two countries on one policy, or if you are travelling to multiple countries within Europe, select 'Europe' as your destination when you get a quote.
Choose a plan that suits your holiday.
We have two International plans to select from with different levels of cover.
Our most popular & comprehensive travel insurance plan - think first class without the price tag.
What does travel insurance cover me for in Europe?
Here are some of the cover benefits available with your policy
Don't like medical bills?
Compensation for unforeseen medical expenses incurred whilst on an overseas holiday
Insurance if you have to cancel your trip due to unforeseeable events outside of your control (e.g. sudden illness).
Taking luggage with you?
Cover if your luggage is stolen, permanently lost or accidentally damaged due to circumstances outside of your control.
Going on a cruise?
Hit the open waters with confidence. Our international policies automatically include cover for cruises so you can focus on the fun.
Europe travel insurance FAQs
Can I drive during my trip?
Yes, you can, given you have a valid Australian driver's license of course. Driving is one of the best ways to get around the Europe, especially in between countries. If you're hiring a rental car you're automatically covered for the car rental excess for $4,000 (this can be upped to $6,000 for an additional premium). This means you can save money on your rental car hire. Details on car rental excess can be found here.
Is the Euro accepted in all European countries?
No, the Euro can only be used in 19 European countries (as of 14 Jan 2019). Here is a list of countries the Euro is and isn't accepted.
Read the PDS for full terms, conditions and exclusions and to ensure the product suits your needs.
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