A reader of Inherited Values is in the beginning stages of planing an antiquing trip abroad and has asked me about travel insurance. Since I’ve, unfortunately, not yet left the country for this sort of thing, and never even considered what happens if you get ill overseas (I shudder to think of it now!), I thought I’d ask here and see if any of you savvy antiquing travelers have any advice on the subject. Obviously, some of this depends upon what health or medical coverage you have in general, and where you are going, but I think what she really wants to know is, is it a big gamble to go without it?
She specifically asked about travel health insurance, saying she thinks she has covered all the other angles — but please feel free to add tips about traveling and antiquing, such as packing and shipping things back, etc.
2 thoughts on “Traveling Abroad Antiquing? Some Help Requested”
Definitely get medical insurance, especially need EMERGENCY EVACUATION AND REPATRIATION coverage should something catastrophic occur. Head over to insuremytrip.com to compare dozens of different policies from multiple insurers.
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