Multi-trip travel insurance
Do you travel abroad multiple times a year?
If so, then our multi-trip travel insurance is likely the wisest option for you because it covers all your travel destinations — both in Estonia and abroad — throughout the whole year. With multi-trip travel insurance, you can travel worry-free all year round without needing any additional steps or contracts. Additionally, it covers all of your smaller domestic travel plans — if your trip is cancelled, trip interruption coverage will also apply in Estonia.
Why multi-trip travel insurance?
- If you travel several times a year, multi-trip travel insurance would be the best value option for you.
- You don’t have to remember to buy insurance each time, which means that you can travel without a care.
- If you travel to a number of different regions, select a more extensive type of cover, taking the farthest destination into account.
- The number of trips per year is unlimited.
- You can choose between three packages, meaning that the maximum length of one trip may be 30, 60 or 90 days.
- You may take out recurring travel insurance for 30 days quickly and conveniently using ERGO’s self-service.
ERGO Travel Assistance
- Save the travel assistance number in your contacts before going on a trip.
- We help to change or buy new flight tickets.
- We help to find accommodation.
- We offer advice if your baggage gets lost.
- We organise medical assistance and payment of the treatment costs in a foreign country.
- Obtain as much information about the country you plan to visit as possible.
- Check the Web page of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to see whether the destination is safe to travel to.
- Find out the applicable requirements to entry in the country (visa, written consents if travelling with children, minimum daily allowance, etc.).
- Make sure that all your documents are valid.
- Register your trip on the Web page of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
- Carry your ID card, passport if travelling beyond the European Union, and visa papers if necessary.
- Prepare copies of your documents just in case, print out your reservations and plane tickets.
- Do not forget your driver’s licence if you plan to rent a car.
- Check the airport’s homepage to see how many hours before the flight you should arrive there.
- Read the luggage requirements on the airport’s homepage.
- When travelling in the European Union, have the European Health Insurance Card on you. Additional information from the Health Insurance Fund.
- If you take medicines, make sure that you have a sufficient and legal amount of them (sometimes you may need a doctor’s note or a special permit).
- Let your friends and family know where you are and how to contact you (hotel name, destination and the like).
- Have some currency of the relevant country on top of euros or US dollars.
- Keep your cash and bank card separately.
Use the app “Reisi targalt” by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs if you need information on the situation in your country of destination and advice on what to do when you are in trouble.