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Travel Smart: Why Trip Insurance is Your Best Travel Partner When we set off on a new adventure, we envision breathtaking landscapes, unique cultural experiences, and unforgettable memories. However, even the best-laid plans can go awry. Emergencies and disruptions can happen, and while they are the last things we want to think about, they’re an essential consideration for savvy travelers. That’s where trip insurance comes in – your reliable travel partner, ensuring peace of mind wherever your journey takes you.   The Unexpected

  When can we travel again? That is the question on many people’s minds. We all crave returning to beloved locations or to get on with our bucket lists and adventures. I’ve heard from many who want to know when they can fulfill their European travel dreams. When we can travel and when we  should travel will be determined by many factors, including the rate at which vaccinations are administered, variant strain spread, and other key indicators. I’ve assembled a couple of resources to

Exchanging currency seems simple. But if you’re thinking about bringing US dollars (or your own currency) to exchange once you arrive at your destination, forget it. You’ll pay a premium at currency exchange stands at the airports and it’s not even possible to go into banks anymore to exchange your money. It's better to obtain local currency while you're already in Europe. Bring your debit card/credit card and plan to use cash dispenser machines (ATMs). You’ll get the best exchange rate

After hours in the air, we all want to hurry to our hotels, flop on the bed and take a nice long nap. But with red-eye flights with early morning arrival times, sometimes that just isn’t possible. Most European hotels and lodging have check-in times around 3:00 p.m., 2:00 p.m. at the earliest. Many, depending on where you’re traveling, have even later check-in times. It’s not uncommon for independently-owned guest houses and inns to have a check-in time that’s around 4:00 p.m. If

How many people have told you to “just stay up all day” as soon as you arrive at your destination (usually in the morning)? In my experience, traveling to Europe extensively for the past 30 years, this will only prolong your acclimation to the time difference. I HIGHLY encourage travelers not to plan any major sightseeing on their first day. Don’t want to wake up at 2:00 in the morning local time tossing and turning, setting yourself up for a