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Travel Insurance for Your Trip to France

Insurance Provider Description Online Discount  
AA Travel InsuranceAA Travel Insurance
  • Single trip cover from £6.69 and annual from just £25.95
  • Emergency medical assistance 24/7, 365 days a year
  • Discounts for couples and families
  • Special rates for single-parent families
  • Insurance cover for business travel included
  • Medical expenses up to £10,000,000
  • Cancellation cover up to £5,000

YesUp to 20% off online

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John Lewis Travel InsuranceJohn Lewis Travel Insurance
  • Choose from 3 levels of cover depending on your needs
  • Emergency medical assistance 24/7, 365 days a year
  • Up to £10m Emergency Medical Expenses and £2,500 for Personal Belongings.

YesUp to 20% off online

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Aviva Travel Insurance Aviva Travel Insurance
  • If you’ll be travelling frequently our Annual Multi Trip Travel Insurance covers you for up to a maximum of 31 days for each trip.
  • Emergency medical expenses – up to £10 million
  • Lost or stolen passport – up to £750
  • Lost or stolen money – up to £500 overall and up to £300 for cash and bank notes
  • Legal expenses – up to £50,000
*Discount doesn’t apply to optional extras

Yes15% online Discount*

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France Travel Insurance Information

People often wonder whether you need insurance cover when travelling to France by ferry. Well, you don't NEED to, but we strongly advise it.

The new European Health Insurance Card (which has taken the place of the old E111 form) means that all E.U. citizens with the card will receive free health care when travelling to fellow E.U. states. This card can be obtained from any local Post Office, or online here.

Though the card does offer free emergency health care when in the E.U., the full cost of any treatment is unlikely to be covered. Due to possible medical charges that could be incurred whilst travelling abroad, we would strongly advise all passengers to take out travel insurance whenever leaving the UK.

If you are planning to partake in France's various winter sports, be sure that your insurance policy covers such activities. This is imperative, as the cost of winter sports injuries can mount up into the thousands.

The European Union Health Card is good news for passengers who are only travelling to France for a short period of time, but anyone travelling for longer should really look into full insurance cover for the duration of their stay. The last thing anyone needs to bring home with them when come back from their holiday is a massive medical bill!

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Fantastic Flayosc

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