Accidental & sickness medical expenses
Baggage Delay/ Loss
Trip Delay / Cancellation
Passport Loss
Emergency Medical Evacuation
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Medical expenses
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Bail Bond , Personal Liability
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Compassionate visit
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Reliance General Schengen Travel Insurance

Introduction –

Reliance Travel Care Policy – for Schengen, is specially designed plan for those who are travelling to Schengen countries.

Key Features–

  • This policy comes with 2 different plans (Basic and Standard plan), so that you can choose according to your suitability.
  • Worldwide cashless hospitalisation facility is provided under this policy.
  • This plan covers a trip up to 180 days which can be extended upto 365 days.
  • Automated extension is possible in case you face any medical emergencies.
  • This policy has a special policy extension feature, which means if your travelling plan is extended for some reason, you can extend your policy accordingly.

Key Benefits –

  • Quick and hassle-free claims provided 24*7.
  • Free international Sim card is provided with every international trip.
  • Minimum sum assured is 30000 euros.
  • Accidental insurance is also covered during your trip to overseas.
  • If you are hospitalised during your trip, company will bear the expense of the return ticket of accompanying passenger.

Details about premium –


Sum assured



Euro 50000



Euro 30000



*The above rates may change. Please check the policy wordings for more details.

Policy details –

  • The minimum age of an individual which can be covered under the policy is 3 months and maximum is 60 years.
  • The person applying for the policy should have renewed the policy with the company without any break.

Coverage –



Exclusions –

  • Pre-existing medical conditions are not covered in this policy.
  • Sexually transmitted diseases, HIV, AIDS.
  • Venereal Diseases.
  • Radiation, nuclear weapons induced
  • Loss of passport in public places
  • Mental disorder.
  • Self-inflicted injuries or illnesses.
Written By: PolicyBazaar - Updated: 06 September 2016
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