There are a million reasons why it makes sense to take out some insurance
before embarking on your holiday; flight delays, flight cancellations, problems with your accomodation,
injury or illness and even the airline losing your luggage! Holiday insurance won't save your holiday from
being a disaster but it will provide compensation after the event.
You can get holiday travel insurance in two main forms:
- single trip - for when you're only going away once
- multi-trip - for when you expect to make lots of foreign trips in a year
There's a wide range of policies for individuals, couples, families and single parents too.
Holiday travel insurance is not as expensive as you think. For two weeks in Europe, a single traveller
will pay around £10 to £20, while a family can expect to pay between £40 and £50.
This is a small price to pay for peace of mind when you consider what it would cost you if everything