Get the travel insurance you need for your Schengen Visa.
The Schengen Agreement allows residents of certain European countries to travel freely around the Schengen Area as though it's a single country.
Here's the list of the 26 countries where you might need a Schengen visa if you want to visit:
Austria · Belgium · Czech Republic · Denmark · Estonia · Finland · France · Germany · Greece · Hungary · Iceland · Italy · Latvia · Lithuania · Luxembourg · Liechtenstein · Malta · Netherlands · Norway · Poland · Portugal · Slovakia · Slovenia · Spain · Sweden · Switzerland
For travelers from other countries, you need to get a valid Schengen visa to do the same. Before you can get your visa, you'll need valid and adequate travel insurance.
The minimum coverage a travel insurance policy must have for the Schengen visa is €30,000. This is to cover any expenses that might arise if you suddenly and unexpectedly require:
All of World Nomads travel insurance policies cover these requirements overseas, although the limits vary depending on your country of residence. When you go to get a quote, it’s a good idea to match up the coverage limits with your visa requirements. Make sure that your travel insurance is valid for the entire period of your stay (or transit) in the Schengen area. Our travel insurance policies are easily bought online, so you can buy what you need when you need it. Visa limits may change.
This isn't a full list of what is and isn't covered. Make sure you read the policy wording and pay attention to the exclusions which apply.
Depending on the Schengen country where you are applying for the visa, they may ask you for a letter from the insurer. If this is the case, feel free to contact us and we’ll provide this to you. There will be a couple of days turnaround time, so take this into consideration when you're planning your trip.
We're not able to sign any third party documentation to confirm coverage.
The letter we provide will state that you have a current and valid travel insurance policy and outline your:
My mother in law did not qualify for the Schengen Visa to Europe. We have to claim for cancellation.
Protect your trip against unexpected cancellation.
We’ve got your back.
Take the pain out of medical costs.
We’ve got your back.
Emergency medical transportation: we’ll get you to hospital or home quickly.
Help starts here.
Covers the loss, theft or damage of your bags by a common carrier.
Help starts here.
Whether you need medical or dental assistance or advice, emergency evacuation or travel assistance, our team are available 24-hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year before and during your trip.
Are you in need of emergency assistance right now?
Phone: +1 877-660-2844 (collect from anywhere in the world)
Phone: (11) 2526-9312 (from Brazil)
Whatsapp: +57 316 851-0533
Wherever you are, we’re here 24/7 to help you in any emergency.
Travel insurance for independent travelers and intrepid families. Nobody wants to think about all the things that could go wrong on their trip, but these things can and do happen. So be prepared and get your travel insurance today.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) and travel - Need to know before you buy
There is NO COVER available for travel to any country or part of it with a COVID-19 travel ban, and any events that arise when you travel against any government bans or warnings.
Ready to hit the road? Before you buy, check your local government travel warnings and make sure you understand the impact coronavirus (COVID-19), and the the associated travel warnings, may have on travel insurance coverage. Please go to our FAQs and choose your country of residence to read more, or you can see our latest travel alerts here. When getting a quote, review the policy wording for cover terms, conditions, limits and exclusions.About Coronavirus