Comprehensive Travel Insurance for Rome
Rome travel insurance covers against cancellations and for emergency medical expenses caused by emergencies. You’ll need this type of insurance if you are planning to travel to Rome, to support you should you face any medical-related issues while you’re away.
Its rich cultural and historical background makes Rome one of the most breath-taking places to visit in Europe. Although its architecture is thousands of years old its beauty has withstood the test of time.
Its numerous art galleries, sculptures, churches and heritage sites captivate the hearts of millions of tourists year on year – it’s no wonder that you’ve been considering Rome as a holiday destination.
While it’s easy to get caught up in the excitement of booking a trip of a lifetime, it’s essential that you have comprehensive travel insurance in place to protect you and your holiday.
For high-quality cover that you can trust why not consider AllClear? We provide cover for up to £15 million for emergency medical expenses, including enhanced Covid-19 cover.
Do you need Travel Insurance for Rome?
EHIC (European Health Insurance Cards) will only cover UK residents across all EU destinations, including Rome, until 31st December 2020. Therefore it is vital that you take out travel insurance when travelling to Rome.
So that you can travel with confidence, look out for high-quality cover which includes the following:
- High levels of cover for medical bills – even those related to COVID-19 and for repatriation, should you need to be returned to the UK as a result of a medical problem
- Cancellation and curtailment cover in case an emergency prevents you from going on holiday or means you have to cut it short
- Baggage and Possessions Cover – should your items be lost, damaged or stolen while you are travelling
Benefits of AllClear Cover
|Emergency medical expenses and Repatriation costs||Up to £10m||Up to £15m||Up to £15m|
|Cancellation* and Curtailment||Up to £2k||Up to £15k||Up to £25k|
|Extended cover||30 days FREE||30 days FREE||30 days FREE|
|Friend or relative to travel from your home area to stay with you if you fall ill with Covid-19||Up to £2k||Up to £2k||Up to £2k|
|Travel Delay||Up to £100||Up to £350||Up to £500|
|Cost of return flight due to COVID-19|
|Personal Belongings||Up to £2k||Up to £2.5k||Up to £3k|
|Personal liability||Up to £2m||Up to £2m||Up to £2m|
|Legal protection cover||Up to £50k||Up to £50k||Up to £100k|
|* If you buy a policy which includes cancellation cover|
|All these figures are per person and per trip|
Will you be covered if you’re travelling during the COVID-19 pandemic?
There are three things to check so that you can make sure you're covered:
- You must be fit to travel
- The FCDO must NOT have advised against travel to your destination - check the FCDO travel advice
- You must follow the local government advice for your destination, checking and following their guidelines and entry requirements
You can then be covered for emergency medical expenses and cancellation for a positive diagnosis of COVID-19, with AllClear travel insurance with enhanced Coronavirus cover. Existing policyholders should read our Frequently Asked Questions if your trip is affected by Covid-19.
Simple 3 step quote process
1. Call us or click a quote button on our siteOnce you are ready to start the quote process, the first step is to provide your personal details and information about your holiday plans.
2. Complete our simple medical screening processYou then declare the medical conditions for you (and any other travellers) and answer the specifically designed medical questions.
3. Get your quotesYou will then get your quotes and can either proceed to buy, or save your quote, at this stage.
Tips for Travelling to Rome
Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office Travel Advice
Before travelling to Rome, it’s important that you check the latest updates from the FCDO regarding travelling advice for Italy, especially following the outbreak of COVID-19.
112 is one of the emergency numbers in Rome, Italy.
Alongside 112, the following emergency numbers are available:
112 – ambulance
115 – fire brigade
118 – police
The official language spoken in Rome is Italian. Although you may find Latin features on many ancient buildings and artwork.
The Euro is that national currency of Italy and is therefore used in Rome. When travelling to Rome – you should take with you the means of being able to pay via a combination of Cash and credit card to meet the needs of local demand.
You’ve heard the saying ‘all roads lead to Rome’ and what better way to see the city then by vespa? For more information and tips for driving in Rome, click here.
Dinner starts a little later than you may be used to – with restaurants in Rome serving dinner from around 7:30pm. You don’t need to tip – but if you would like to, around 10% of the bill is regarded as the ‘norm’. restaurants in the heart of the city – in the tourists hotspots may be more expensive than those slightly further out.
Respecting Religious and Historical Monuments
Many churches will expect you to cover your shoulders and to dress ‘appropriately’ when visiting. Some churches may also expect to search any bags before entering, leave any suitcases or pull alongs in their storage facilities and will forbid flash Photography or photography of any kind depending. This is because Churches in Rome are Catholic and are seen as Holy entities.
When it comes to monuments – you may be asked not to touch them or stand in certain places – this is because many are thousands of years old – and they are trying to reduce unnecessary damage.
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Frequently Asked Questions About Rome Travel Insurance
How much is Travel Insurance for Rome?
There are no two people the same. Given that factors such as age, medical conditions and duration of trip play a factor in determining cost, the price will differ for everyone. We offer quotes tailored to your circumstances.
What do I need to know before traveling to Rome?
Italy remains a strict Catholic country and so, when travelling to Rome, it’s important to be respectful towards their culture and religion. Churches are seen as holy entities and therefore you may be expected to cover your shoulders in the majority of them. Take this into consideration when packing for your holiday – a scarf could be useful.
What should you not miss in Rome?
Rome has endless attractions and hidden treasures. For us, those that are unmissable include: the Colosseum, St Peter’s Square, St. Peter’s Basilica, the Pantheon, Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps, Sistine Chapel, Vatican City and Vatican Museums.
How many days do you need in Rome?
Rome has plenty to offer – with such extensive history and rich culture it’s possible to spend a week an entire week taking it all in. However, if you’re looking for an extended weekend break, four days is enough to experience the main attractions.
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