Traveling safe to Spain: why take a travel insurance ?

Do you really need a travel insurance? Wait before you begin to craft your travel to Spain take a few seconds to find information on the potential risks of this country

In Spain , and more precisely in Madrid, incidents have been reported in all major tourist areas, including the area near the Prado Museum, near Atocha train station, in Retiro Park, in areas of old Madrid including near the Royal Palace, and in Plaza Mayor. There have been a number of passport and bag thefts reported at Madrid’s Barajas Airport, local hotels, as well as in El Rastro (Madrid’s flea market) and in the Metro. In Barcelona, the largest number of incidents reported also occurred in major tourist areas–on Las Ramblas, Barcelona’s El Prat Airport, Sants train station, Metro stations, in the Sagrada Familia Area, in the Gothic Quarter, in Park Güell, in Plaza Real, and along Barcelona’s beaches. There have been a number of thefts reported at the Port Olimpic Area and nearby beaches.

This information in mind take the appropriate time to choose your travel insurance with care.

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