Schengen Traveler Insurance
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A travel assistance offer adapted to each of your needs

Your tax and / or legal address is in one of the countries of the European Community, except Switzerland, and you have to travel?

Forms 1 or 2 should be completed for you.

Or

Living outside the countries of the European Community, including Switzerland, and you have to travel?

Form 3 or 4 should be completed for you.

This contract does not have an age restriction: the medical, hospitalisation and support, are refunded and can be extended by premiums.

Temporary travel insurance for assistance, repatriation, medical expenses, search and rescue expenses and individual accident.

Intended for people over 70 who practice extreme sport as amateurs and with fiscal and / or legal residence in one of the countries of the European Community, except Switzerland.

Possible coverage for all types of extreme sports.

Flexible coverage duration from 1 to 365 days.

Schengen travel insurance  (Groupama Rhône-Alpes-Auvergne)

(formula proposed by default)

Insurance contract for people travelling to Schengen countries and who are not residents.

Depending on nationality and duration of stay, this contract is mandatory in order to obtain a VISA.

Medical, hospitalisation, assistance and repatriation expenses are covered and extensions to the coverage can also be enjoyed.

Complies with the Schengen regulations (EC Regulation No. 810/2008 of the European Parliament and Council, of 13 July 2009, applied on 5 April 2010.

No age limit.

See the General Conditions

Schengen travel insurance  (Tokio Marine Kiln)

(If the civil liability option is requested for a period longer than 4 months)

Insurance contract for people travelling to Schengen countries and who are not residents.

Depending on nationality and duration of stay, this contract is mandatory in order to obtain a VISA.

Medical, hospitalisation, assistance and repatriation expenses are covered and extensions to the coverage can also be enjoyed.

Complies with the Schengen regulations (EC Regulation No. 810/2008 of the European Parliament and Council, of 13 July 2009, applied on 5 April 2010.

No age limit.

See the General Conditions