Schengen Guest Insurance Switzerland

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Schengen Guest Insurance Switzerland

To obtain a visa for a short stay in Switzerland, as it is in the Schengen Zone, you are required to provide proof of sufficient insurance coverage for your entire stay. This insurance provides the coverage required at an excellent price and is widely accepted by embassies and consulates.

 

Included are emergency medical costs within the Schengen zone in cases of new illness and accidents. Repatriation and assistance are also included as required by the Schengen regulations.

Who can apply for the plan?

  • All individuals visiting Switzerland

  • All applicants for a Schengen visa

  • Max. age for the plan is 70 years old

  • Max. duration is 182 days

All travelers who need to provide a Schengen visa insurance to a consulate or an embassy.

One’s destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things. - Henry Miller

Nice to know

  • Coverage for illness and accidents
  • In-/ out-patient treatments
  • Repatriation to home country
  • Repatriation of mortal remains
  • Hosts can apply for guests as a policyholder
  • Compliant with Schengen rules
  • For individuals and groups
  • 24/7 Assistance
  • 100% digital
  • iOS / Android app
  • Payment by credit card or bank transfer
  • Policy immediately available

Frequently Asked Questions

Legal: The risk carrier is Helvetia Swiss Insurance Company Ltd, Dufourstrasse 40, CH-9001 St. Gallen. The insurance lies with: Europäische Reiseversicherungs (entitled ERV in the GIC), a branch of Helvetia Swiss Insurance Company Ltd, headquartered at St. Alban-Anlage 56, P.O, CH-4002 Basel. The company is registered by the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory FINMA.

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