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Travel advice for fans travelling to Australia for the ICC Cricket World Cup

If you're travelling to the ICC Cricket World Cup this spring, you'll be aware that it's a hectic time for a cricket fan. The tournament runs from February 14 - March 28, and 49 one-day international matches will be played. That's a lot of games. So, without any further ado, here's what to check be... Read more

Advice for our customers who are currently in France, or planning on travelling to France

After the terrorist attacks in Paris on Friday, November 13, you may have some questions regarding travel to France and how you’re covered if you’re in the French capital. We would advise all travellers to heed the following guidelines: Travellers in France should remain vigilant and avoid public ... Read more

10 best places to visit in South East Asia in 2018

Many travellers still think first of ‘The Beach’ when contemplating trips to South East Asia, but the region has a myriad of beautiful places to explore whether you are looking for spiritual enlightenment, a driving adventure, or sporting thrill.  Whether you are a seasoned backpacker or looking fo... Read more

Less common but amazing places to visit in the USA

The United States is always a favourite holiday destination for Brits, who venture across the Atlantic to explore New York, Florida, California and many other well-known states. The attraction of America is understandable, as they speak the same language and we feel a familiarity having read out it ... Read more

Solo female travellers: Making your trip safe and memorable

If you're a woman who's chosen to travel alone, it can be one of the most fulfilling, rewarding and exciting things you'll ever do. Sorting out backpacker insurance, drawing up an itinerary and choosing a destination is exciting, but it is vital to remember that whether you're away for a week or fo... Read more

Zika virus and your policy: What you need to know

PLEASE NOTE: INFORMATION ONLY APPLIES TO UK POLICIES. The outbreak of the Zika virus has led to many passengers feeling unsure about travelling. The infection, which is spread by mosquito bites, causes symptoms including mild fever, conjunctivitis and headaches. It has already been found in 21 cou... Read more

Holiday insurance for pregnancy: Here’s what you should know

Maybe you’re jetting off on a long-awaited babymoon, or you’re enjoying a beach break with the kids before the new arrival comes? Either way, a break with a bump is guaranteed to be a lot of fun. Picture the scene, holidaymakers. You’ve just arrived at the airport, you’ve sailed through security, a... Read more

The best ways to save money when travelling

Travel can be expensive - but it doesn't have to be, if you know where to look for deals. We've been trawling the internet for the best ways to slash the cost of your trip. Here are the best of the bunch. Airline tickets: Plan in advance and visit discount websites to see if there are better dea... Read more

Stay alert for Heathrow's ghostly visitors this summer

You'd probably think that Heathrow is the last place to see a ghost - but you'd be wrong. Yes, it's the world's third-busiest airport and more than 70 million passengers pass through every year, but if you catch yourself feeling ill-at-ease or walking through a cold spot, stay alert. It's probably ... Read more

Important information for travellers regarding the terrorist attack in Tunisia

Tunisia had over 400,000 visits from Brits last year, so the recent terrorist attack at the Bardo museum in the country’s capital city of Tunis on March 18 is likely to have concerned you if you’re travelling there soon. The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) are currently advising against trave... Read more

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