Travel insurance from €6.71*
InsureandGo offers a range of travel insurance policies for holidays and trips of all types, whether you’re looking to cover a lazy beach holiday or an action-packed adventure around the world. That’s why we’re Ireland’s travel insurance specialist.
- Medical coverage up to €10m (Platinum product)
- Cancellation and personal belongings covered
- 24/7 emergency assistance
- Discount for private health insurance customers
- Online medical screening
Our travel insurance policies now provide cover for Cancellation and Curtailment as a result of a COVID diagnosis, and Medical Expenses incurred abroad as a result of a COVID diagnosis, subject to the policy terms, conditions, and exclusions.
*Based on a single trip to anywhere in Europe for three days for someone aged 65 or under.
You will have access to medical coverage up to €10 million if you choose the Platinum option.
All of our travel insurance policies include cover for cancellation of your trip.
If you have an emergency, you can call our medical emergency line, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
We are fully transparent to our clients. There are no hidden transaction fees in your coverage.
I’ve lost my documents. How do I retrieve them?
If you have lost your policy documents, you can retrieve them online. Enter your quote number and e-mail address to access your documents. If you would like your documents resent through the post or you have forgotten your quote number or if you have any other problems accessing your documents online, please call our customer service team on 091 545 904 or email email@example.com.
What do I do if my passport is lost or stolen abroad?
You should report any loss or thefts of passports to the local police in the country you are in as soon as possible. You will need the crime reference details they provide for the APS1 (which is the Lost or Stolen Passport Notification) form. You should also report the loss or theft to the Irish embassy of the country you are in. You can get details of your local Irish embassy wherever you are by visiting the website of the Department of Foreign Affairs. The Irish embassy will issue you with replacement travel documents so you can travel back.
When will my documents arrive through the post?
Normally, we say to allow between 5 to 10 working days between you buying your policy and your documents being received in the post. However, we do always aim for your policy pack to be with you sooner. You can still travel with a printed copy of your emailed documents if the posted documents don't arrive in time.
What do I need to take on holiday with me?
We advise that you take your travel insurance certificate and the relevant policy wording booklet away with you.
You may travel with a printed copy of your emailed documents. If you are unable to print your emailed documents, simply write down your policy number and the emergency medical assistance and claims line telephone numbers from the back of our policy wording booklets which can be found here.
We will pay (up to the amount specified, based on the policy you choose) for:
loss, theft or damage to winter sports equipment, the hire of winter sports equipment (should your equipment be lost stolen or damaged), the cost of your ski pack (should you become ill or injured), extra travel and accommodation expenses if your outward or final return journey is delayed due to avalanche, and if the piste is closed for more than 12 hours.
Private health insurance discount
If you and each additional traveller on this policy have private health insurance in place providing inpatient medical cover abroad to a minimum of €55,000 per person per claim, you qualify for a reduced premium on your travel insurance. This cover must remain in place for the full duration of your policy with us.
In the event of a claim for inpatient medical treatment abroad, you must claim on your private health insurance first. The benefits payable under your travel insurance policy will commence once you have reached the limit on your private health insurance policy.
Europe excluding Algeria, Israel, Jordan, Libya, Lebanon and Syria (Area 2)
The Continent of Europe, The Azores, any country or island with a Mediterranean coastline.
Please see list below:
Albania - Andorra - Austria - Balearic Islands - Belgium - Bosnia - Bulgaria - Canary Islands - Corsica - Crete - Croatia - Cyprus - Czech Republic + Slovakia - Denmark - Egypt - Finland - France - Greece - Germany - Hungary - Ibiza - Iceland - Italy - Lapland - Liechtenstein - Luxbbourg - Madeira - Mallorca - Malta - Menorca - Monaco - Morocco - Netherlands - Norway - Poland - Portugal - Romania - San Marino - Sardinia - Sicily - Slovenia - Spain - Sweden - Switzerland - Tunisia - Turkey - Yugoslavia. Also included is these parts of the former USSR: Estonia - Belorussia - Latvia - Lithuania - Moldavia - Russia (Moscow) - Ukraine (Kiev)
Worldwide excluding USA/ Canada (Area 3) Worldwide including USA/ Canada (Area 4) United Kingdom and Channel Islands (Area 1)
Individual(s): Principal insured Person(s) that are not spouses or common law Partners.
Couple: Principal insured Person and his/her spouse or common law Partner.
Family: Principal Insured Person, his/her spouse or common law Partner, and their dependent child/children aged 17 years and younger.
The main traveler must be aged 18 or over, but not exceed 86
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