Tuesday, 3 May 2011

People on Stag & Hen Parties Run Risk by Travelling Without Insurance

The Foreign Office has expressed concerns about the proportion of citizens who travel without holiday insurance on the estimated 169,000 Stag and Hen Parties each year.

This mix has resulted in people being most at risk of accidents whilst woryingly travelling without insurance.

The top destinations this year is Riga in Latvia, while Prague, Barcelona, and Marbella are also particularly popular.

The price of travel insurance for a short break is likely to be around £15 per traveller, the same price as a round of drinks at the airport. Maybe that was a bad comparison to make!

1 comment:

  1. Insurance is a part and parcel of life foe each and every individual. Without insurance there should not be any applicability of life.