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Schengen Travel Insurance Plan

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4.5(Based on 125 ratings)
  • Surendra K

    5 star

    Travel is Easy with such Good Service
  • Mubasshir K

    5 star

    Expenses weren't a problem
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Schengen Travel Insurance Plan


​​A holiday to Europe is a dream vacation for many of us. And why shouldn’t it be? The European continent is home to several countries, full of grandeur and awe-inspiring locales.

​The majority of European countries come under the ambit of Schengen regulations. The Schengen area includes the likes of Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, and Switzerland.
All the above 26 countries require travel insurance as a mandate. Without one, you won’t be able to obtain a Schengen visa. Wondering how much will be the cost of travel insurance to Europe? Apprehensive that the travel premium will cost you an arm and a leg?  Don’t worry, with Reliance Travel Insurance for Schengen, you can avail travel insurance to Europe starting at just 401*. Yes, you heard it right. You can travel to 26 countries with a single Schengen travel policy!

You can buy your policy online through our various payment options like UPI, Net Banking, Debit/Credit card etc available for your convenience.​

Reliance Travel Care Policy - For Schengen Countries offers the following benefits:​​

 ​26 co​untri​​es, 1 policy​​ Minimum sum insured of €30,000, as per the Schengen Visa requirements
  No medical check-up till the age of 80 years   Instant policy booking ​as w​ell as claim settlement online
  Compare different Schengen Travel Plans ​

Your Schengen travel insurance policy packs in the following ‘items’:
  • Emergency medical expenses incurred by you whilst abroad, for any sudden illness, injury or death
  • Emergency expenses made for medical evacuation to India
  • Expenses incurred while transporting the insured’s mortal remains back home or towards burial abroad in case of an untimely demise
  • Acute anaesthetic treatment of teeth due to an injury
  • Accidental bodily injury during the trip
  • Compensation for death or permanent disability due to ​an accident, while riding as a passenger in a common carrier
  • Cost of obtaining a fresh or duplicate passport in case of a lost passport
  • Total loss of your checked-in baggage by a common carrier
  • Reimbursement of return ticket fare for a family member visiting you, the insured, if you’re hospitalised for more than 7 days
  • Compensation for a third party in case your involuntarily actions result in someone’s demise, cause someone injury or damage to health or property
While you’re insured for most-likely situations, not everything can be covered in an European travel insurance policy. Here’s a list of exclusions you need to keep in mind!
  • Life threatening conditions covered only arising out of disclosed pre-existing diseases, which are mentioned in the policy schedule, for people upto 70 years of age. Customers need to declare all pre-existing diseases while taking the policy. 
  • Claims arising out of non- disclosed and non-declared pre-existing medical conditions will not be covered. ​​
  • Expenses incurred due to any of the following conditions:-
    • Suicide
    • Self-inflicted injuries or illnesses
    • Mental disorder
    • Anxiety, stress or depression
    • Venereal diseases
    • Alcohol/drug abuse
    • HIV/AIDS
  • Expenses incurred if you’re. . .
    • Traveling against the advice of physician and have to be hospitalised.
    • Receiving or are on a waiting list for specified medical treatment.
    • Travelling to receive treatment abroad.
    • Have been given terminal prognosis for a medical condition.
  • Any issues faced due to theft or loss of passport when left unattended or if you don’t report the loss to local police authorities.
  • In case of loss of checked baggage, no partial loss or damage shall become payable.
  • War or nuclear threat in the country where you’re travelling
This plan can be availed by most, but we do consider some of the following criteria before issuing a Schengen Visa travel insurance policy!
  • The minimum age of the insured is 3 months and the maximum is up to 80 years.
  • The person applying for the Schengen Visa travel insurance​ policy has a current, unexpired policy with us.

​Yes, with Reliance Schengen Visa Travel Insurance you can!

If your holiday is extended for any reason, we recommend that you extend your travel insurance​ policy. It always better to be safe than sorry!

Download and fill the​ Extension Form and visit the nearest branch.​


Average Rating:

4.5(Based on 266 ratings)

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  • “Travel is Easy with such Good Service”

    While making my first trip through France, I didn't even know about Schengen travel insurance. But after buying travel insurance from Reliance General, I've discovered travel needs can be easily taken care of.

    Surendra K15 November 2017, Mira Bhayandar
  • “Expenses weren't a problem”

    My son couldn�t take the cold weather and developed high fever. Expenses weren't a problem since we had purchased this international travel insurance. We had to extend our day for 3 more days as my kid was admitted. Since we couldn�t take the flight, we had to reschedule. Fortunately, the travel insurance covers that too.

    Mubasshir K8 November 2017, Bengaluru
  • “Very Good Travel Insurance Plan”

    On my backpacking trip through Europe, my wallet was stolen on a train and I had no money left. Thankfully, my travel insurance plan had a provision for cash in case of emergencies. Reliance General has very good travel insurance plans.

    Vihaan S25 October 2017, Hyderabad
  • “Good going Reliance General Insurance.”

    Fast service given while facing an emergency. I was in Europe for a business conference and my baggage was lost. Your customer service representatives helped me out a great deal. Good going Reliance General Insurance.

    Mahendra R10 October 2017, Ahmedabad
  • “Good policy, covers all the risk.”

    Taking my family for a vacation to Europe. Since I am taking my two year old daughter, I can't risk anything happening. Taking this travel insurance as a precaution. Good policy, covers all the risk.

    Uday S20 June 2017, Kochi
  • “Best rates and process was also easy”

    My younger sister is currently in Europe on a 20 day trip and while searching for a good travel insurance for her I came across reliance travel insurance. As far as i know they seem to have the best rates and process was also easy

    Ramnath R22 May 2017, Pune
  • “Enjoy the trip without a worry because of the reimbursements”

    My Mom and Dad recently went on a Euro trip. I insisted them to take a Reliance travel insurance (after researching online) as it was an international trip. Fortunately, this came in handy as their bags were delayed for 2 days but they could enjoy the trip without a worry because of the reimbursements.

    Sahil B17 May 2017, Kolkatta
  • “Best Schengen travel insurance plan”

    After comparing different Schengen travel insurance plans, I found this to be the best.

    Arun N9 February 2017, Goregaon
  • “Low cost travel plan”

    It is a low cost travel plan and has a brilliant customer service.

    Pankaj K8 February 2017, Kandivali
  • “Best European travel insurance”

    Definitely the best European travel insurance I have taken.

    Amit S6 February 2017, Thane
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