Travel Insurance For Switzerland From India

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Travel Insurance Switzerland

Whether it is the charm of magical storybooks, longingly perusing through travel books or gazing at stunning locales in Bollywood movies, we have all dreamt of experiencing the beauty of Switzerland.

Key benefits of travel insurance while travelling to Switzerland

  • Trip Cancellation
  • Medical assistance upto $5 lacs
  • Local Assistance
  • Baggage lost or delayed cover
  • Duplicate or new passport, in case it gets lost
  • Compensation when flight gets delayed
  • Reimburse bounced bookings of hotels & airline
  • Automatic policy extension for 7 days
  • Reimburse for emergency transportation to a hospital, treatment and medical supplies.

To help you plan the perfect trip to Switzerland with your loved ones, here are details on the places to see, how to commute, daily expense estimates, as well as a guide to buying the best travel insurance for Switzerland from India, so you are covered for all contingencies.

The best travel insurance you can get

If a trip to Switzerland is on your mind, you probably already know that it is among the most expensive countries to visit. The average cost of lodging, travelling and eating in a day in Switzerland comes to about Swiss Franc 196 or approximately Rs 16,000 per person.

Consider a scenario where you lose your money, belongings or end up in an emergency situation, like falling ill or meeting with an accident. Without adequate Swiss travel insurance, things could easily snowball into a crisis. Swiss Tourism recommends you get adequate ‘guest insurance’ before planning your trip.

Tata AIG offers comprehensive travel insurance for Switzerland from India through its International Travel plan, with a coverage of up to US$ 5,00,000 that is customisable based on your requirement and budget. With Tata AIG’s Swiss travel insurance, you can avail of 24/7 assistance through the helpline numbers and other digital mediums. If you lose your belongings, passport, face fraudulent charges or trip delays/cancellations, you can depend on your Tata AIG travel insurance Switzerland to cover for all possible contingencies.

If you fall sick or meet with an accident, all your hospitalisation expenses will be covered for based on the Schedule of Benefits mentioned in the travel insurance Switzerland policy document. Another value-added feature that is relevant for your travel to Switzerland is the emergency medical evacuation benefit available under the Tata AIG International Travel plan. Due to the nature of mountainous terrain and snowy weather in Switzerland, air evacuation is commonly used to move patients around in case of life-threatening emergencies. In the unfortunate event of you falling sick or meeting with an accident in a remote location of Switzerland, you can rest assured that medical help will be available at the earliest, without you having to worry about the expenses.

8 Places you must visit in Switzerland

Interlaken: Located between Lake Thun and Lake Brienz, Interlaken is at the footsteps of the most beautiful Alpine mountain ranges in Switzerland. From snow-capped mountains to lush meadows, stunning lakes and waterfalls - Interlaken has it all! It is, without a doubt, the most romantic place you will ever visit.

Lake Geneva: Picture a beautiful green meadow and before it, a pristine blue lake. And just beyond the lake, the majestic snow peaks of the Alpine - that’s Lake Geneva for you. A famous spot here is Jet d'Eau, a fountain that shoots water 150 metres into the air. The Grand Theatre and Opera House feature some of the greatest cultural acts you will experience.

The Matterhorn: The iconic Matterhorn peak is one of the highest mountains in the Alps. It has four steep faces and is absolutely stunning to look at. This must-see sight in Switzerland is an adventurous soul’s dream come true. You can go skiing in the winters, and swimming, hiking and biking in the summer season.

Bern: The capital of Switzerland, Bern is one of the most enchanting places to visit in the country. With historic buildings and old-world charm, Bern’s old town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Here you will see cathedrals, churches, medieval clock towers and the famous Bear Park. Bern is also known for its shopping markets where you can indulge in some retail therapy.

Zurich: Zurich is one of Switzerland’s largest cities. It is the coming together of olden days and the new thriving districts. There are premium designer stores to buy fashionable watches, jewellery and clothes. There are also over 50 museums and art galleries here to soak in the history and culture.

Lucerne: If you want to go back in time, Lucerne is the perfect city. Situated in the German-speaking part of Switzerland, you will find some of the most beautiful medieval bridges, water towers and historic towers here. Make sure you have some extra time to spare and visit Lake Lucerne as it is absolutely magical and you will not want to leave once you are here.

The Rhine Falls: Gushing waters spanning across 150 metres that look like frothy milk foam, clear blue skies and greenery all around make Rhine Falls at Schaffhausen a must-see spot for all tourists. The best time to see the falls in all its beauty is during the months of June and July when the mountain snow melts. You can take a boat ride to see this glorious sight or go to the viewing platforms.

Swiss National Park: The only national park in Switzerland, the Swiss National Park will let you experience the untouched beauty of the Alpine environment. You will witness sapphire-hinted rivers, majestic peaks, unique wildlife and lush forests. If you are lucky, you will get to see some incredible wildlife from more than 5000 species such as ibex, marmot, red deer, fox, lizards, and hundreds of species of birds.

How to commute in Switzerland

With a robust infrastructure in place, moving around in Switzerland is easy. Renting a car is one of the best ways to see the country and its beautiful landscapes. You will need to be at least 20 years old to rent a car and have an international driving licence. Stick shift cars are a lot cheaper to rent than automatic cars.

You can also travel by train. The country is extensively connected by railroads. Trains are quite popular among tourists and locals as they are economical, clean, comfortable and always on time. The scenic train routes that cross through mountain ranges offer you views like none other.

You can also choose to fly around Switzerland. However, flights are expensive. Trains offer a much better experience at a fraction of the cost.

In Closing

When planning a visit to a country like Switzerland, getting travel insurance is not a choice but a necessity. The insurance cover you opt for will also have a bearing on your visa approvals. However, it is necessary to avail of travel insurance from a reputed insurer such as Tata AIG for complete transparency and surety in understanding the scope of coverage, service quality and claims mechanism so you can have a blissful time in this gorgeous country.

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