When a person is about to travel, the last thing he thinks about is the health risks. We usually tell ourselves that "whatever is going to happen, will happen", we knock on a tree, turn around (in both directions), cross ourselves several times (just in case) and leave satisfied, as if we had saved ourselves before. So when an accident happens or an unexpected illness occurs, we feel like a gambler who has lost everything because he only bet on one number.
To prevent such moments, which can disrupt the rhythm of our holiday and significantly affect our financial situation, it is good to consider betting on a little more numbers. One way to minimize the negative consequences of such events while we are on the road is to take out travel insurance.
We have all heard about this animal, called "tourist insurance", but most often we pass it by with the same disinterest with which, as a Bulgarian politician, he passes a protesting citizen. And we feel deceived when we have to resort to medical services, which are very, very expensive, especially abroad.
Travel insurance provides peace of mind when traveling in Bulgaria or abroad and is a support in the event of any unforeseen situations. The risks that travel insurance covers usually depend on their purpose, but the coverage is generally the following:
The advantages that most insurance companies offer are the following:
When concluding your travel insurance, it is good to ask your broker about the additional types of insurance that can offer you. They are most often the following:
Everyone decides for themselves whether they will spend some time before the trip to take out travel insurance. There are many people who fart back and forth without one and usually most of them have no problems. But who needs to pull the devil by the tail?