Everything you need to know about booking travel insurance for your next holiday
Find great deals on travel insurance cover for over 80s travellers with pre-existing conditions
Travel insurance policies offer peace of mind in case your holiday doesn’t go to plan – but it’s still important to get the claim process right
The UK has left the EU following Brexit, which means the old European Health Insurance Card will no longer be given to UK travellers. Instead, a new, free Global Health Insurance Card has been introduced. Our guide explains what’s changed and what protection it will give you
It’s always important to ensure your holiday is ATOL protected. But what does ATOL protection mean? Let’s find out.
As of January 2021, the UK no longer participates in the EHIC scheme. However, valid cards can still be used in certain countries. Learn about the new terms of the EHIC and its replacement, GHIC, in our guide.
Travelling abroad with your motorbike? Make sure you have the right motorcycle travel insurance to enjoy the roads with peace of mind. MoneySuperMarket does not offer Motorcycle Travel Insurance. Cover is provided by our preferred partner Voyager and is for Standard Travel Insurance.
High blood pressure and hypertension can affect the price of your travel insurance and your cover options. In this guide we'll outline how to handle travel insurance with high blood pressure.
If you have a medical emergency during your holiday, you might need to be brought back to the UK early. This can be very expensive, but repatriation insurance can offer a helping hand.
In this guide we'll tell you what protections you have when booking a package holiday and what travel insurance will cover.
Staycations are a fun and convenient way to enjoy a holiday and see more of the United Kingdom – here’s our guide to building the best staycation you can
Even if you’ve left your insurance to the last minute, there’s still time to get your holiday covered
Need travel insurance for a one-way trip? Check out our no-nonsense guide to insuring yourself when you don’t plan to return home
Planning a winter sports holiday? Find out all you need to know and more about snowboarding insurance right here!
If you are planning a trip for an unaccompanied minor you will need to find specialist cover if they are travelling without you. Our guide explains.
If your holiday is cancelled due to a bereavement, will your travel insurance pay out? Here’s what you need to know.
Travel insurance can be a lifesaver when you’re abroad, but you need a special type of cover if you’re working in another country
As you get older, it’s important take out a travel insurance policy that is tailored to your particular needs
The bill for medical treatment abroad can run to thousands – or even hundreds of thousands – of pounds. Find out more about travel and medical insurance with our short guide
A lost or stolen passport is more common than you might think. This is what to do if it happens to you: how to get a new one and make a claim on your travel insurance
Normal travel insurance won’t cover you for travel to a high-risk destination or country where the Foreign Office advises against travel
Airports never want to see strike action as it upsets customers and costs everyone money, but they still occasionally happen
Travel plans can be thrown awry for many reasons, but is regular travel insurance enough or should we look to take out additional travel disruption cover? Our guide explains
Travel insurance can cover more than just medical expenses. This guide will explain everything you need to know about baggage cover and how it works. With this protection, a lost suitcase needn’t derail your holiday.
There are lots of ways for children to travel – unaccompanied or otherwise. Insuring them is always a must
We all like escaping overseas on holiday, even if it’s only for a short while. Short break travel insurance gives you the freedom to truly relax and enjoy your little getaway.
If you’re the adventurous type, rock climbing can be an exciting holiday activity but one that brings risks. Find out how travel insurance can keep you safe and what you need to look for when comparing policies.
You can avoid losing out when you make a claim by choosing no-excess travel insurance. Here, we explain the pros and cons
Find out more on how to get the best travel insurance policy with a pre-existing condition like diabetes.
Getting successfully from one place in the world to another often relies on smooth interconnecting flights. But will your travel insurance pay out for missed flights?
If you have recently been diagnosed with cancer, a holiday can give you the time and space to come to terms with the illness. Alternatively, it could be that you need a few days away to recuperate from cancer treatment. You might even want to go on holiday to celebrate the all-clear.
If you are a student planning a long summer trip abroad, or even a gap year between studies, then insurance is probably the last thing on your mind. But whether you are heading to Europe for a few weeks or venturing further afield for several months, travel cover is essential.
No one wants to think about an act of terror or war happening while you’re on holiday, but they can happen – which is why having the right cover in place can be so important
Scuba diving is a fun way to explore the sea, and the right travel insurance policy will help protect you and your belongings against holiday mishaps
If you are heading overseas with your partner, it often proves a lot cheaper to take out joint travel insurance that covers both of you rather than two separate policies
If you're over 65, you will probably pay more for your travel insurance. Here’s how to find affordable cover.
Find out how being pregnant might affect your travel plans, especially if you’re intending to fly, and what you need to know about travel insurance when you’re expecting
If you’re looking for travel insurance for your child, you’ll find a lot of options to compare – but what you’ll need from your policy depends on a few different factors
If you’re looking to go hiking or trekking on your break, it’s important you have travel insurance in place – but is a standard policy enough or do you need specialist cover?
Group travel insurance is a means of buying a policy that will cover a group of people, who are not necessarily a family, for travelling abroad on a trip at the same time
If you’re travelling to the Schengen area and you aren’t a UK citizen, you’ll need a Schengen visa – and you’ll also need travel insurance
Whether it’s surfing, kayaking or scuba diving, travel insurance for water sports will cover your holiday activities
Defaqto ratings indicate the quality of the travel insurance policy you take out when you compare with MoneySuperMarket
When you’re on holiday, it’s always wise to take out travel insurance – and cycling holidays are no different
Everything you need to know to find the best worldwide travel insurance for your trip abroad
Discover the ins and outs of backpacker insurance, and get set for that trip of a lifetime
Find out how to get the right amount of cover for your gadgets
Older holidaymakers can find it harder to get travel insurance because of their age - or can find they are quoted much higher premiums than younger travellers
As any golfer will testify, golfing equipment does not come cheap, and for those heading off on a golfing holiday, the last thing they will want is to lose their clubs
If you are planning a year out abroad, perhaps between studies, before you enter your first full time job, or even just for a career break, you will need to take out gap year insurance before you set off
Lying on the beach with a cocktail in one hand and a book in the other is not everybody's idea of the perfect holiday